Saturday Oct 16, 2021
Saturday Oct 16, 2021


Eight youths summit Mardi Mountain

Oct 8, 2021
Eight youths from Machhapuchchhre Rural Municipality-1 of Kaski district have successfully climbed the 5587-meter-tall Mt Mardi.

WHO’s ‘Walk the Talk’ programme concludes in Pokhara

Oct 2, 2021
‘Walk the Talk’: The Health for All Challenge, an annual event launched by the World Health Organisation with the aim of encouraging people to be physically active and mentally well for their own health and that of others, has concluded in Pokhara today.

France appoints Gilles Bourbao as new ambassador to Nepal

Sep 17, 2021
France has appointed senior foreign affairs advisor Gilles Bourbao as an Ambassador to Nepal.

Foreign tourists stuck in Nepal will be exempted from paying visa fees, fines

Jul 11, 2021
Foreign tourists who had been stuck in Nepal due to the prohibitory order that was imposed to control the spread of the second wave of the coronavirus will be exempted from paying visa fees.

Phuket draws tourists despite rising Thailand virus cases

Jul 9, 2021
In the week before the sandbox started on July 1, Phuket saw 17 new cases of the coronavirus.

1,143 foreign tourists visited Nepal in June

Jul 4, 2021
A total of 1,143 foreign tourists visited Nepal through the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in June.

Continental Europe could allow US tourists back this summer

Apr 27, 2021
American tourists could soon be visiting continental Europe again, more than a year after the European Union restricted travel to the 27-nation bloc to a bare minimum to contain the coronavirus.

‘Red Tourism’ draws Chinese on centennial of Communist Party

Apr 27, 2021
On the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, tourists are flocking to historic sites and making pilgrimages to party landmarks.

Hong Kong, Singapore to launch air travel bubble from May 26

Apr 26, 2021
Hong Kong and Singapore said on Monday they would launch an air travel bubble in May, months after an initial arrangement that would allow tourists to fly between both cities without having to serve quarantine was postponed.

Israel, Bahrain recognise vaccine certificates

Apr 23, 2021
Israel and Bahrain say they have reached an agreement to recognise each other’s coronavirus vaccination certificates, allowing travellers between the countries to forgo quarantine and other restrictions.

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