Kathmandu, Nepal: Travel/Tourist Information Guide

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Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. It is the largest and the most populous city of this courtry. It is located in Kathmandu Valley. This is a growing urban area and developing tourist region. Kathmandu has a population of some 980 000 people. Kathmandu is surrounded by four hills: Nagarjun, Shivapuri, Phulchoki and Chandragiri. The official languages are Nepali, Newar language, English. Also local people can speak TibetanSherpa,Tamang, Gurung, Magar and Kiranti. the time zone is UTC+5:45.


The weather in Kathmandu is worm during the daytime and rather cool at night. It often rains during the monsoon period. It is good to visit Nepal in September to October and from February to mid-April.

The culture and architecture of Kathmandu combines the heritage of different neighboring cultures and religions. There are a lot of World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu. The main city attractions are Hanuman Dhoka, Durbar square, Narayanhiti Palace Museum, Bodhnath Stupa, Monkey Temple and others. This city attracts tourists by its diverse culture, architecture and picturesque views.

How To Get There


Tribhuvan International Airport is the only international airport in this country. This airport houses both domestic and international flights. It is located less than 10 km from Kathmandu. Kathmandu is interlinked with India, UAE, Bangkok, Pakistan, Korea, Singapurand some other countries. It houses more than 20 airlines. It is advicible not to put precious things into your luggage, because they may disappear. It is good to take care of your luggage on your own, because a lot of people try to take the advantage of the tourists. To get from the airport one has to take a train or get a pre-paid taxi or an airport transfer from his or her hotel. Tipping taxi drivers is not customary. Also there are local buses than stop at the airport gate. They are cheap but very crowded.


There are two bus stations in Kathmandu. The city is well-connected with most parts of the country. The buses are rather slow. Kathmandu has bus links with India, Tibet and Pakistan.

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