Trip to Nepal

@bhanusb (5709)
India
November 20, 2011 10:50am CST
Hi my friends, recently I visited Nepal. Nepal is the country of mountains and temples. The picks of Himalayas attract the tourists to tour Nepal. From the high hill top one can see the sun rise on the snow-white mountains. When the sun rises the picks of white mountains create a heavenly atmosphere. Many young travelers go near to Everest by tracking. Crafting in the hilly streams is also a attraction of Nepal. Nepalis are mainly Hindus. There are many Buddhists also. Actually the Nepalis follow both Hinduism and Buddhism. There are many temples and monasteries all over Nepal. Lumbini the birth place of Lord Buddha situated in Southern Nepal. It is also a tourists attraction place. I found lots of tourists specially the Westerners in Nepal. Nepalis people are very friendly and the girls are smart.
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@kiran8 (15220)
• Mangalore, India
21 Nov 11
Hi bhanu, Nepal is a great place and I have some lovely memories of the place.I visited it long back when I was in college as part of annual NCC camp, we had gone there camping and for mountaineering training.I would like to visit the place again.Now Kathmandu has become one of the most favored tourist spots and I hear that hotels and resorts are quite expensive...all the best bhanu
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
22 Nov 11
Hi kiran, if you again visit Nepal you will find lots of changes. Nepalis are now very smart. They modernized the tourist spots.I found there flows of tourists. Majority of them were westerners. Dollars are flying there. Yes hotels and resorts are quite expensive there. Nepalis are more interested about white people. Because they don't bother to expense.
@kiran8 (15220)
• Mangalore, India
23 Nov 11
Yes I too heard about that, for that matter why Nepal, it happens in India too....When we were in Goa, the moment a western tourist came on he spot , the shop keepers wold forget about everyone else and start chasing them - a matter of earning their living !
@Porcospino (16435)
• Denmark
21 Nov 11
It was very interesting to read about your trip to Nepal, it is one of the places that I hope to visit one day. I am thinking about combining it with a trip to India, because I would really like to visit both places. I have a friend from Japan, she visited Nepal some years ago and she enjoyed the trip very much. I found it very interesting to see her pictures and hear about her experiences. I hope that I will also be able to visit Nepal one day
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
22 Nov 11
Hi Porcospino, I hope you will enjoy your trip to Nepal. It is a wise plan to visit both India and Nepal. India is a vast country and great civilization. India is mini world. Variety is it's specialty.
@boyuancy (1709)
• India
21 Nov 11
Sounds interesting from what you have written over here. Why don't you create a squid lens? Add some non personal pics if possible. Also submit it on expertscolumn.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
21 Nov 11
Thank you boyuancy for your appreciation. I can't write experts column. Because my knowledge of English is very poor. I only tried to express my feelings about the the trip to Nepal. I shall try to add some non personal pictures.
• Philippines
21 Nov 11
I been wanting to visit Mount Everest long before Mr. Romy Garduce the first ever Filipino to reached the highest peak of the mountain. Mt. Everest has been a wonderful place to be for tourists.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
21 Nov 11
Hi rmendoza, you can be the second Filipino to conquer Mt.Everest the highest peak of the world. The hole Nepal is a wonderful place for the tourists.
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
21 Nov 11
Yeah,Nepal is indeed a mysterious country to me.There are lots of people in my country choose to go there and they went to Xizang and then down to Nepal.I will find some time and go there to experience the amazing traces in Nepal.lol
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
21 Nov 11
Hello jricky, yes I met two Chinese at Lumbini in Nepal. One of them was a young lady. I hope you will enjoy your trip to Nepal.
@emjay86 (640)
• Philippines
21 Nov 11
WOW!!! I wish I could get there too. Seems like a very awesome place to be. The feeling of being on holy ground. And the scenery is priceless. Ahhh..I wish dreams, my dreams, can come true.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
21 Nov 11
Hi emjay, hope your wish will be fulfilled and will enjoy the trip to Nepal. Nepal is the holy ground for both Buddhists and Hindus. Hindus believe the gods and goddesses live somewhere in Himalayas. Really the landscape of Himalayas is so beautiful which can't be expressed in language.
@greenline (14865)
• Canada
21 Nov 11
Hello. That is an excellent presentation about Nepal. Very interesting to read. Thank you. I have not been there yet, but I have been thinking of visiting there for some time now. Lumbini is certainly a place of interest for Buddhists, visitors and tourists. I have been to Bangkok, Thailand, a few times. There is a place called Lumbini Park there in the City of Bangkok, taking the name from Nepal.
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
20 Nov 11
Wow, sounds like a fun place to see. To be honest, I spend most of my time at working and working, I never actually see the real world myself. I want to go to Nepal too. So, how long was your trip to Nepal, and did you post any fun photos in mylot here so we can see it ourselves too. I love to travel and see the world. Financial source is the restriction.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
21 Nov 11
Hi kingparker, don't feel yourself unlucky person. There are so many people in the world who could not see other countries. My financial position is also restricted. So far I only traveled five countries near to my homeland. I was in Nepal for eight days. I shall try to post some photos of Nepal in myLot. Hope in future you will travel Nepal and other countries.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
20 Nov 11
well..it means, you enjoy your trip to Nepal.. what about the accomodation service in Nepal?expensive or cheap?? i had no information about this country
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
21 Nov 11
Hi adhyz, yes I enjoyed the trip to Nepal. Nepal is surrounded by India in the east, west and the south.In northern side is great Himalayas. Tibet is situated in the other side of Himalayas. There are are many hotels in the capital Kathmandu and other towns. Generally hotel accommodation is expensive. There are cheap hotels also.
@maximax8 (27048)
20 Nov 11
Hi my friend Bhanusb. I am very happy to hear that you really enjoyed your trip to Nepal. The mountains and temples sound beautiful. I am pleased that you found the local people friendly. I know a man that visited Nepal to do some trekking across the mountainous landscape. He found Nepal a very cheap country. The religion sounds very interesting in Nepal. For a westerner I believe combining a trip to India with Nepal is a superb idea.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
21 Nov 11
Hi maxi my friend, I knew you would be the first person to response. Because you are the number one traveler. Yes Nepal is very interesting place to travel. You can say the country as daughter of Himalayas. Yes a westerner should combing Nepal with trip to India. Really the mountainous landscape of Nepal is very charming.
@kapil11 (247)
• India
3 Dec 11
thanks guys for commenting such good things about nepal.I am from Kathmandu,NEPAL and i am overwhelmed by your positive comments of the beauty of Nepal,plz visit nepal again guys!!!hope to see you guys in nepal soon!!!!
@doggydimon (1379)
• Philippines
28 Nov 11
I am so envious! Nepal is one of my top countries to visit in the future. Have you visited the World Heritage Sites? How many did you visit? I have been interested in their tourist attractions and culture for how many years now. I also wanted to know and see how they choose their living goddess.