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  • Regions

    Eastern

    The fourteen administrative zones of Nepal are split between five development regions, one of which is the Eastern (Purwanchal) Region. The town of Dhankuta is the capital of the Eastern Region, as well as the capital of the Dhankuta District. The area around the town is primarily used for agriculture, with small rural villages scattered throughout the region. Dhankuta is located on the ...

  • Business

    Sms

    Nepal’s economy may not be as advanced or developed as some other countries but you can be certain that you will have at least some access to most of the major technical services that more developed countries offer. One such service is that of cellular telecommunication services. Cellular phones are a great way to keep in touch with friends and relatives in other countries and are ...

  • Travel

    Airport guides

    There are some 35 airports in Nepal. Only 10 have paved runways and even fewer are able to receive large aircraft. Still, the country is well-covered by quite an extensive network of smaller airports which can be easily chartered. Nepal airport officials are usually friendly and helpful but may not be able to speak English so if you are planning to pilot yourself to the country, make sure ...

  • Regions

    Cities

    Nepal, bordered by India and Tibet, is a fascinating country with a rich cultural, religious and historical heritage. Boasting a stunning, varied landscape which features an exquisite silhouette of the Himalayas, tourists are drawn to Nepal because of its unique natural wonders as well as its religious pilgrimages. Not only does Nepal enjoy natural splendor, but it also has a number of ...

  • Eastern

    Biratnagar

    Everyone venturing to Nepal will most likely know that Kathmandu is the country’s largest city. What many won’t know is that Biratnagar is Nepal’s second largest city. Located in the Koshi Zone to the southeast of the country near the border, Biratnager has more than 160,000 inhabitants. The city is sub-metropolitan and acts as the ‘administrative center’ for the Morang district.