Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Scenaries of Nepal-India

Nepal is one of the most important tourist places to visit in Asia. Nepal is non-coastal by Bhutan in the east, Tibet in north east, China in north and India in the south. The fabulous beauties of the Himalayas attract tourists from all over the world. Another mark of Nepal tourism is the beautiful mix of Hindu and Buddhist culture, heritage, architecture and adventure. With the scenery of the Himalayas, Nepal is the dwelling eight of the ten highest mountains of the world. Tourism in Nepal is the major source of revenue and foreign exchange in the country.

The foremost tourist attractions in Nepal are

Mount Everest:
Nepal lives our dream of seeing the Mount Everest and many more extreme, of climbing the mountain. It is a center point for trekkers, mountaineers and rock climbers.
Bouddhnath Stupa:
It is the very largest Stupa in Asia. It is a stronghold for Tibetan Lama Buddhism in Nepal. The white pagoda is 36 meters tall. It is located on the ancient travel route between Bihar and Tibet.

It is situated at an altitude of 2758 meters; Phulchowki is a chief hiking spot. There is a Buddhist shrine on top of the hill.

Nyatapola Temple:
The temple stares on a proposal consisting of five terraces. Each terrace has a pair of figures squatting on the top, namely two wrestlers, two lions, two elephants, two griffins and the tigress and the lioness generally known as the baghini and shinghini. It is also declared as one of the tallest pagodas in south Asia.

Krishna Mandir:
This temple of Lord Krishna is the only construction in Nepal with 21 spires. It is completely made of stone. Krishna Mandir is one of the main tourist attractions in Nepal. The structural design of the temple is an impressive mixture of Indian and Nepalese architecture.

Museums in Nepal:
Nepal is home to many museums and galleries that cabinet the ancient art and architecture of the country. Bronze and brass museum, Natural history museum, National art gallery and the national museum are some of the most visits. It is also home to many national parks that includes Rara national park, Chitwan national park, Sagamatha national park and Makalu Barun national park.

1 comment:

jessy said...

This is the nice blog and providing valuable information about tourist in Nepal.