If you want to find a place to travel,
Requirements: mysterious, connotative, simple, then go to this country
The history of the millennium in Nepal is still vivid.
It is still worth your time here.
Sunbathing in the square full of pigeons in Kathmandu,
The sun is still shining,
People who have suffered from the pain are still living a quiet life;
Boating on the quiet Fewa Lake in Nepal ,
The Shakti Temple in the heart of the lake reflects the beautiful Sacred Fish Peak.
As if you are in a national park in Canada;
Riding an elephant to find a rhinoceros in Chitwan National Park,
Wild deer and monkeys will guide you.
You may still be able to see the Bengal tiger far away;
Looking for craftsmen in the streets of Nepal’s ancient city.
Do a handful of Nepalese pottery,
Then go to the Thangka workshop to see the creation of local artists.
At that time, countless people were attracted by the movie "Wait for the Wind".
There are many people because of the heat of Dr. Strange.
I am once again moved to this legendary country in Southeast Asia.
No matter who is traveling around the world,
Still the first time to go abroad,
Nepal has too many unforgettable experiences.
It is worth your life to collect.
The Residence of the Gods, Nepal
The three main cities have their own charming style.
Kathmandu, a holy place wrapped in temples and myths, is also a small town full of historical traces. You can go to the sun on the steps of Durbar Square, go to the Monkey Temple to capture the panoramic view of Kathmandu, and go to the Tamil area to find food. In the meantime, I often feel embarrassed, whether I have been here before the past life...
|| Bodaha Stupa
Nepal’s Bodhisattva is one of the largest pagodas in the world. There are dozens of Lama Temples in Tibetan Buddhism, which are built around the Great Stupa and are known as the “Little Lhasa” in Nepal. Here is the huge god eye that often appears in Nepalese postcards, watching everything quietly.
|| Duba Square
When the sun shines, sunbathing at Durbar Square has become one of the few things that have to be done here. Pigeons and sacred cows are leisurely on the square, and backpackers from all over the world are as crowded as local pilgrims.Although some of the monuments in Nepal have been destroyed since the earthquake, you can still see some beautiful sculptures and monuments that are being repaired, and witness a history that is happening.
With more than 2,500 years of history, Swayambhuna is the oldest Buddhist temple in Nepal and one of the world's cultural heritage. Because there are many monkeys here, it is also known as the "monkey temple." Here you can see the panoramic view of Kathmandu. When the weather is fine, you can see the Himalayas, and the scenery at sunset is especially beautiful.
|| Tamil Street
It is one of the oldest districts in Kathmandu, Nepal. There are countless alleys and windings. The alleys are full of courtyards, houses, shops and temples, just like a maze. The dilapidated streets may be disappointing in the eyes of most visitors. Through the photographer's lens, they show different vitality and different colors.
In the hearts of Nepalese people, in addition to countless gods, which are most worthy of their pride, this is the unspoiled Chiwan Forest Park, one of the largest forest parks in Asia. In the eyes of Nepalese, this is the gift of the gods and their most precious wealth.
|| Riding an elephant in a national park to find a rhinoceros
The endless jungle, people can't help but sigh naturally. Riding an elephant through the jungle is undoubtedly the most fantastic time. You can see sika deer, pheasant, chameleon, rhinoceros everywhere. It is also a great experience to sit in a canoe and watch the crocodile sunbathe on the shore.
|| Appreciate the ethnic characteristics of the Taru dance
The Tharu people in the small village of Chitwan migrated from India 50 years ago. Most of the residents living here only understand Nepali, and only a few traders know English. They have their own unique religious beliefs and traditions that preserve the matriarchal society, as well as the most impressive cabaret performances~
Known as the Oriental Little Switzerland, it is also a paradise for the world's walking enthusiasts, a paradise for extreme sports, boating, cycling, gliding, and every experience. After the earthquake, Pokhara still did not disappoint outdoor enthusiasts because it was almost untouched during the earthquake.
|| Fewa Lake Rafting
The lake here is the most fascinating place in Pokhara. The lake is horizontal like a mirror, reflecting the Himalayas. At dusk, there is a chance to see Rizhao Jinshan. You can go boating on the lake, hike or cycle around the lake, or find a cozy lakeside cafe , an authentic English afternoon tea, admire the breathtaking lakes and mountains, and then spend a whole afternoon.
|| Pokhara city walk
Pokhara, Nepal is also divided into two old and new urban areas like Kathmandu. The old town of Pokhara retains the old style of Pokhara and is the best place to learn about the customs of Pokhara. The old houses are all over the street, and the wooden carvings are decorated around the windows. Whether it is a street shop or a market, or a pedestrian on the side of the road, you will feel the local atmosphere.
As soon as you look up, you can see the snow-capped peaks.
Experience the local life in the villages deep in the Himalayas
|| Lightly walk for three hours and enjoy the stunning Himalayas along the way
There are 14 peaks over 8,000 meters in the world, and 9 in Nepal. The charm of walking is that only people who have walked can feel it. All the way through the lush tropical rain forest and the vast mountains, I thought that the snow-capped mountains stood in the distance. When I looked up, I could see the snow-capped peaks as if I could reach them.
|| Visit rural primary schools to learn about the lives of local children
At the end of the walk is a school in the mountains of Nepal. The children continue to attend classes here. Although the conditions are very difficult, you can still see a happy smile from their faces.
|| Visit local residents to learn how to make South Asian cuisine
The villages here still live with local residents who live a calm and simple life. If you want to experience local life, the most grounded way is to cook a meal with South Asian cuisine - curry chicken rice, fragrant rice with thick curry, you will definitely fall in love with this unique food.
|| Get up early and wait for the sunrise to witness the shining light of the fishtail peak
Get up early to watch the Himalayas and wait quietly for the sunrise. In the Annapurna group, the fishtail peak is the most eye-catching, pointed peak and tail, which is particularly eye-catching. The most touching thing is its sunrise. When the sun rises, the dazzling light shines on the snow peak, which is extremely shocking.
Stroll through the old town of Kathmandu and meet the monks at the ancient corner;
Go deep into the remote mountain villages and see the farmers working in the fields;
Through the tropical rain forest, a group of flying birds stunned and then plunged into the forest;
Entering the Himalayas, the fishtail peak is silent.
At sunset, it bursts with the wonders of the whole world...
The surprise that this mysterious country brings to you is far more than that.
It seems that I have to come to the holiday myself to know it!