Souvenirs to buy from Nepal

Ceramics and Pottery: Pre-historic pottery of Nepal consists of red, brown or black shades on unglazed surfaces. Excavation on various sites in the Kathmandu Valley have revealed specimens of ancient potteryware. They are ususally terracotta unglazed, although a few pieces of glazed potery have ben found. Most of Nepalese potteryware is for utilitarian purposes, such as container jars, water pitchers, lamps, washing bowls, flowers vases, and chilims-small objects used in religious workship. The pottery clay is found in the Kathmandu Valley. Black terracotta is another variety of folk pottery. Bronze...
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Entertainment and Nightlife in Nepal

Nepal is an agricultural based society which means most of the locals go to bed early and get up with the rising sun – working like a dog and sleeping like a log but this does not mean that life goes to sleep too. The life is still wide awake and young to many who need to keep themselves fully entertained and you will find plenty of places to fulfill your desire. Most of the restaurants in the main tourist areas like Thamel close after 10 pm but a number...
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MICE Tourism in Nepal

Nepal is only one destination that will fire up the imagination of your delegates. Some curious, some incredulous, some a little nervous, some still ambivalent but for once, you are going to bring excitement that will turn men and women into boys and girls. Nepal offers a vast range of hotels, convention centers and conference facilities, from small to big for a perfect selling. Katmandu offers a wide choice of conference centres. Besides the conference facilities at the five star hotels, there are alternatives. Birendra International Convention Center has state-of-the-art...
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