• Using the huge Indian railway network and some local buses, it is relatively easy to enter Nepal from India. Traveling through Nepal usually takes a bus, because the railway does not extend to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Once in Kathmandu, you can travel to Tibet by land or fly to Lhasa. There are three main routes from India to Nepal, and…[Read more]

  • 30741675 started the topic Adventure Activities in the forum Discussions 3 months ago

    Hiking is to feel the earth with your feet and is the most harmonious way of getting along with nature. This is especially true for hiking on the Tibetan Plateau. Hiking in Tibet Plateau requires a great challenge to people’s physical strength and endurance, and the beauty you feel is unique.

    If you want, you can also extend your tour to the…[Read more]

  • 30741675 started the topic International Exchange in the forum Discussions 3 months ago

    The Nepalese Rupee, codenamed NPR, is the currency of Nepal. It is currently pegged to the Indian rupee, which is two-thirds of the Indian rupee.
    The Nepalese rupee is the same as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and other South Asian countries, but the same is only the writing and pronunciation of the currency, and the exchange rate with other…[Read more]

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