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by on September 2, 2021
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Nepal  From the roof of the world at an altitude of more than 8,000 meters in the north of Nepal, to the valley and plains of the Tara River in the south, which is 70 meters above sea level, Nepal has created a diverse climate and natural beauty. Here, it is called the kingdom of the gods. Walking through the temples where Hinduism and Buddhism are fused, people smile and say Namaste to you every day. Three steps in a small temple, five steps in a large temple, the strong religious color makes people awe. 

The most beautiful ancient apple city in the world, Patan, the "City of Art" on the Patan Gu Peninsula, is also the cradle of Newari style and craftsmanship, as well as an important town of Buddhism and art in the Kathmandu Valley.

Nepalese Food

The types of Nepali cuisines are determined by geographic location. Eg. Rice is the staple food in most areas of Nepal, however, the staple food of the people in mountainous areas is mainly corn, millet and buckwheat. Besides its own authentic cuisine, some Nepalese dishes are inspired and influenced by the Nepalese food culture of neighboring countries such as India and Tibet. In addition, every community has its own rich Nepali food culture. For example, Newari is an indigenous community in Kathmandu, which has a wide variety of dishes and almost 200 kinds of cuisines.

Strolling through the streets of Badgang is full of ancient atmosphere and artistic atmosphere. There are various buildings in different periods: old palaces, Hindu temples, pagodas, stone pavilions, Chinese tables, statues, etc., which are densely populated in downtowns and streets. , Known as "living ruins" and "open-air museum".

Boudhanath Stupa, one of Nepal’s world cultural heritage, the largest half-circular pagoda with a covered bowl in Asia and the world

Pokhara, nestled under the annual snow-covered Annapurna Peak and Fishtail Peak, is next to the charming Fewa Lake. The lush vegetation and the magnificent snow-capped mountains are in sharp contrast.

Festivals of Nepal

Nepal is known as the "state of festivals". Almost every few days there is a festival, sometimes even a festival followed by a festival, which is rare in the world. There are more than 300 national festivals in Nepal. Few countries in the world like Nepal stop daily work for festivals. Nepalese spend almost one-third of their time preparing for festivals every year. Most festivals of Nepal originate from the worship of various gods. The government stipulates that there are more than 50 holidays.

There are almost all kinds of festivals throughout the year. So if you travel to Nepal, especially to the Kathmandu Valley, you will definitely encounter a certain festival. For tourists, you can experience the local religious culture and traditional customs by participating in different Nepal holidays and festivals.

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