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Forum Posts

Simcard in kathmandu-Nepal

by rungtipch

Hi everyone,

I am from Thailand, will visit Kathmandu in april, can i buy somcard in kathmandu for my family to call me? and how much does it cost to buy? do tey have prepad simcard?

Thank you in advance
Rungtip

Re: Simcard in kathmandu-Nepal

by explore_discover

NEPAL TELECOME or METRO MOBILE Prepaid Sim Card is available for Nepali Rupee Rs.565.00 (Inclusive of tax)Plus Advance Recharge firt time Rs. 500.00

International SMS Rs. 10 per message

You may need the Copy of your passport and a passport size for activation at the time of purchase. Activation take an hour or so, many outlets around the City.

Re: Simcard in kathmandu-Nepal

by thapaliya

Helo,
Welcome to Nepal,
Yes when yo arrive in TIA airport in Kathmandu then you will see there are many horing board Mero Mobile And Telecom Prepaid simcard ??
You will get very easy in more mobile in local shops they are cheap tehn other mobile. then simpley cna connect to your home..

The price will be same as a next post ..

Have a nice time in NEpal???

Re: Simcard in kathmandu-Nepal

by rungtipch

Thank you for all reply,very helpful.

Rungtip,

Re: Simcard in kathmandu-Nepal

by mahabish

ya u can buy sim card here in nepal. it cost around nepali rs 500.

Travel Tips for Kathmandu

Prayer wheels

by herzog63

At many of the Nepali Temples you will see the Prayer Wheels. They are a series of vertical wheels that you spin as you walk clockwise around the temple and I'm sure there is a chant that goes along with it but I don't know what it is. Maybe "om mani padme om"

TIKA on forehead

by bafgkm

Sorry I don't mean to scare anyone!
Whenever there's a festival, locals put TIKA on their forehead, it means blessing and peace. After I put it on mine, many people just keep looking and smiling at me. I was worried about whether only locals can put it or not, in fact, everyone can do this.
Good luck to all!

Pashupatinath, stairway to the temple

by sachara

In Pahupatinath, coming from the village mainstreet at the west, we crossed the bridge to the east bank. The eastbank is a rather tranquil area, where you can walk to three temples, reachable within 500 M.
We sat for a long time at the terraced hill-side at the east bank, having a very good view at the busy other side.
A lot of pilgrims and visitors climbed the stairs, to the Pashupatinath Temple. Entrance to the temple is forbidden to non-Hindus.
The large gilded, triple-roofed temple was built in 1696. Nearly 300 years before there must be allready another building on this site.

Plane back to Delhi

by Vija_v

As we were very short in time, then we decided not to repeat our bus experience once again and to go back to India by plane.
We were using Cosmic Airlines which were quiet good.

Trip was quiet expensive - 100 USD one way, but we didnt had other option. Just one important thing- if you decide to take a plane, make sure that u are very early in the airport. We had 5 (!!!!!) securitu checks in there and i had to give away my lighter as very dangerous weapon :(

We got our tickets in the agency and i can say that they offer quiet good service.

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Local eating is Best

by AlisonMac about Himalyi Kitchen and Tharkali Restaurant

Traditional Nepalese Food at reasonable prices.
These restaurants may look basic, but the food and value for money is second to none.

They are usually busy lunch time and evenings which is a good sign. Recommend the Nepali Set or Dal Bhat meals - great value as they keep topping up your plate until you can eat no more. Available as veg or non-veg, with rice, roti or flour meal porridge.
A must are the beautiful, fresh, steamed vegetable mo mos.

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