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About Nightlife Guide In Nepal

Kathmandu is one of the most beautiful cities of Nepal, and as such attracts a huge amount of tourists to it each year. While the morning is perfect for the tourists to go around and view all the scenery of the beautiful country of Nepal; when night falls, the city grows silent; or so it seems. Most of Nepal nightlife scenes have their centres in Kathmandu, and as a result, there are plenty of options for any tourists who want to enjoy the night.

1. Kathmandu Durbar Square

The heart of the city, Kathmandu Durbar Square is also a centre for nightlife in Kathmandu, Nepal. With statues, temples, and palaces all around, walking in the Durbar Square at night feels like travelling back in time, with the lights around the temples having an enchanting effect on those strolling on the streets.

2. The Jatras of Nepal

One of the chief cultural attractions in Nepal is the Jatras. Always identified for their unique celebration of religion and culture, anyone can experience a different sort of Nepal nightlife during the Jatras. The Jatras is a sort of street festival involving plays and traditional music in a carnival-like atmosphere.

3. Casinos of Kathmandu

Other than enjoying the religious and cultural heritage of the city, Kathmandu nightlife attractions also involve casinos where people can indulge their need to gamble. Casinos are located in most good hotels, and the residents of the hotel can play the different games with their money to have fun in the nighttime.

4. Thamel Street

Thamel Street is one of the biggest tourist spots in Kathmandu. The nightlife in Kathmandu, Nepal would not be complete without the attractions of Thamel Street, with crowds, soothing music, shopping for everything starting from clothes, to tasty food; the street has it all. Other than walking down the street to explore the city, tourists can also visit the many restaurants, cafes and spas, other than the local shops present here. For those who are looking for a bit of mid-vacation workout, gyms and fitness centres are also available.

5. Culturally Diverse Functions

Kathmandu is the spot of several culturally diverse functions, which take place each evening. Being rich in their own country's heritage, there are folk dances and music every evening for those looking to experience it. While there are several open spots where such things may be experienced, there are also local bars and clubs, where these performances take place.

6. Bars and Clubs

For those looking to just let loose in Nepal, there are some other Nepal nightlife tips. They can experience the nightlife in bars and clubs, mostly located near Thamel, who have live music in the evenings and nights. Sam’s Bar and Tom and Jerry’s are the most popular ones in town.

7. Fine Dining

Food is one of those things that a person must experience when they travel to a new place, and given the number of Fine Dining restaurants located all over Kathmandu, tourists can enjoy the night with International and exquisite cuisines. With wine tasting and various different dishes available, it is not an experience that anyone should miss.

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Travellers can travel via bus, car or flights. However, flights do get delayed now and then.

Yes. The guides understand and speak English, Hindi and Nepali.

If you are on a vacation, you can include Pokhara, Kathmandu and Chitawan National Park in your itinerary.

No. Indians don't need a visa to visit Nepal. However, an ID proof is needed for verification.

Yes. Nepal is absolutely safe for solo travelling. It is considered as one of the most peaceful countries in the world.

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