Hype on the streets, scurry of people, kites and pings, the festival of Dashain is here
Where N Wear calls for a fun-filled and woke Saturday
The hundred colours of the Sarangi slowly turning into a rainbow yet again
The story behind the grand stature of the Kumari
Yet another colourful Monday
There are 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nepal, including seven in Kathmandu Valley itself.
Asar 15 is a day full of fun and festivities and eating. ‘Mana Ropera Muri Falauni’ (sow little and reap in abundance) is commonly said during the month of Asar.
One of the most powerful goddesses Taleju Bhawani resides as the Guardian deity of Kathmandu Valley.
People are drawn to this place due to its mesmerizing temples and to experience its rich culture and heritage.
Beat the summer heat and cool off at the pool
Himalayan French Cheese has beaten all odds and has been successful in establishing a chain specialising in French cheeses
Rato Machindranath Chariot is resting at Eeti after travelling through Mangal Bazar, Patan Sundhara, Mikhabahal and Lagankhel.
Nepal celebrates Buddha Jayanti to remember Lord Buddha's birthday
Rato Macchindranath Jatra, the grandest festival of Nepal, has finally begun. The tall chariot is on its journey through Patan
Mother’s day is revered in Nepali society as it is the day the children express their gratitude to their mothers. It is the day to make mothers feel important and loved for their sacrifices, love and hard work.
If you’re looking for a getaway that offers a unique cultural experience, step into Nepal’s very own Cultural Gem; Bhaktapur.
Ghode Jatra is a festival that holds significance in both the cultural and formal aspects of the capital. This auspicious festival decorates the novelty of Kathmandu in a way that you can’t help but admire and respect it.
Modernization has hardly affected the presence of spiritualism in Nepal, hence mastering in yoga is easier and more effective here.
A two-day festival, Holi or Fagu Purnima is a spring festival that marks the triumph of good over evil and the end of winter. It is a time to mend broken friendships, and celebrate love and joy with vibrant colours.
In recent times, the tattoo culture in Nepal has grown increasingly. This culture has paved ways for new parlours to mushroom in every few months. For your convenience, we have picked out five must-visit tattoo parlours in Kathmandu Valley.
Closely associated with Pashupati, Shivaratri literally means the night of Shiva which marks the union of Shiva and Shakti (the goddess of power).
Two years ago, the earthquake of 2015 had severed the entire east side of Sundari Chowk, now it holds the newest renovated wings of the museum
The most alluring thing about Patan is its rich culture, embedded in every courtyard, every eatery and every monument that has been carefully preserved
Sonam Lhosar never fails to deliver an attractive parade of cultural dances, custom, and tradition during the celebration at various places in Kathmandu
A list of useful social etiquettes that will make your visit to Nepal a lot more hassle free.
Maghe Sankranti is one of the auspicious festivals of Nepal which is believed to signify the end of the harsh winter and welcome spring with joy and festivity.
On the occasion of Prithvi Jayanti, Nepal commemorates the birthday of her founder and unifier, the late king Prithvi Narayan Shah.
New Year is just around the corner and if you’re planning to start the upcoming year with friends and family indulging in good food, music and a palatable environment, check out some of the happening places to dine and chill during this New Year’s Eve.
Farmer's markets have some of the best organic produce while promoting a sense of community.
Christmas is right around the corner and the city is all prepped for the holiday. So where do you go on Christmas Eve in Kathmandu? Here are a few of the hottest places and events to check out this Christmas.
Built in the Lichhavi period, Changu Narayan Temple is said to be the oldest Hindu temple in the Kathmandu Valley
The memories of the mesmerising natural beauty of Nepal is not just the only thing you can take back
Festivals are the best ways to witness the culturally rich symmetry of Nepal
Nepaltraveller.com talks with a few up and coming photographers who tell us about their passion and what makes them tick
Nepalese religious architecture is another art medium that is an important part of the country’s cultural heritage.
The charm of Coffee Table books are in their its lustrous pictures
On a no moon night, the people of Kathamandu light up the city and celebrate Laxmi Puja
During Tihar, each day is devoted to a honoring a different entity and on the second day, Kukur Tihar, all dogs are recognized, honored, and worshiped.
Although Ghatasthapana may be the starting point of Dashain, Phulpati is the major event that invites Dashain into our homes.
Some interesting facts you should know about this holy temple
The first day of Nepal's largest and most celebrated Hindu festival, Dashain kicks off with Ghatasthapana when seeds of barley are sown
A 25-year old blogger from the UK raised the stakes for all bloggers in Nepal when he started sharing his opinions online. After a journey of nearly ten years, he shares with Shuvekshya Limbu of www.Nepaltraveller.com what he aims to do with Tracing Nepal and his own experience while travelling to the most rural parts of Nepal.
Many movies have been shot here in Nepal but only a few bestows the true essence of this beautiful country
This festival lasts for eight days with singing, mask dancing and jubilation. Indra is thanked for the rains and assured once again that he is respected in the Kathmandu Valley.
Teej is important for the Hindu woman; it isn’t just lavish eating and dance but a subtle way of conceding emotions
In the Hindu religion, a father is given the place of a god. He is a teacher, a protector, and the mighty saviour
Gai Jatra is a traditional Nepali festival held in memory of the dead. Family members of a person dead within the last year take out a procession, with either a cow or a person representing the dead person.
ASMI SHRESTHA was Miss Nepal 2016 and represented Nepal at the Miss World 2016 contest. She shared with Shuvekshya Limbu of nepaltraveller.com her travel plans and exciting experiences.
There is always an interesting story and some deep meaning and reasons behind the celebration of every festival in Nepal. With Nag Panchami here, nepaltraveller.com compiles interesting myths and stories surrounding this festival
Nepal’s green festival of merrymaking and devotion
Coffee shops are an escape; an end to boredom, a place for day dreamers and an introvert’s paradise.
The increasing demand of customers have created a culture of gig which has influenced both the musicians and the host. Joshna Karki talks with a few performers and their host about gig culture in the Valley.
Escape the city lights and travel to revel the breathtaking canopy of stars
The Eid Festival was open to all visitors of any backgrounds and faiths, with an array of entertainment and attractions for the whole family to enjoy, including, arts and crafts, exhibitions, and more.
The traditional Dhan Nach dance mirrors the culture and lifestyle of the Limbus
Enriches your knowledge about Nepal’s diverse culture, unique history and breathtaking natural beauty with these perfect reads
The Farmers Market at Le Sherpa every Saturday brings together producers of fresh organic produce from across Nepal
Here are a few facts you should know about the great Buddhist stupa