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Jhor Waterfall, Your Weekend Destination in Kathmandu

Jhor Waterfall, Your Weekend Destination in Kathmandu

Jhor Waterfall, Your Weekend Destination in Kathmandu– Nepalayatimes Jhor Waterfall, Your Weekend Destination in Kathmandu Kathmandu – Jhor Waterfall is one of the famous cascades among the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, which lies in Tokha Mahankal. Jhor Waterfall (Jharna) is generally famous among the youngster due to its nearby Kathmandu and the normal spring water then what you can …

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3 Billion Budget for Tourism Development in Bagmati State

3 Billion Budget for Tourism Development in Bagmati State

3 Billion Budget for Tourism Development in Bagmati State– Nepalayatimes File Photo: 3 Billion Budget for Tourism Development in Bagmati State Makawanpur – The Bagmati state government has planned Rs 3 billion-budget for the tourism promotion with infrastructure development in the current fiscal year. The budget managed by the Ministry of Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment, will be spent to …

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Explore Bethanchok Trek Kavre (See in Photos)

Explore Bethanchok Trek, Kavre

Explore Bethanchok Kavre (See in Photos)– Nepalayatimes Explore Bethanchok Trek Kavre Kathmandu – Bethanchwok is known as a trekking destination, near to Kathmandu, located at the southern hills of Kavrepalanchwok District. And locals believed that it may be the highest peak of the Mahabharat Range. Located at an altitude of more than 3000m from the sea level, it boasts different …

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Chovar Taudaha Best Couple Destination in Kathmandu

Chovar Taudaha: Best Couple Destination in Kathmandu Valley

Nepalayatimes/Chovar Taudaha: Best Couple Destination in Kathmandu Valley Kathmandu – Taudaha Lake is place right on the foothills of Chobhar, Kathmandu. Taudaha is not the largest it’s rather a large pond. It is a very popular destination for worshippers, families, young couples seeking privacy and even birdwatchers. Story related to Ta-Daha Once upon a time, when the Kathmandu Valley was …

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