Tibet Peace Guest House

Paknajol, Thamel, Kathmandu, 977, Nepal

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    It was so excited in this hotel while i stayed. It is just 2 minute walk away from the center called Thamel. It was so quite and the hotel has the very beautiful garden too. The staff are so good here , they are very friendly to me.

    Unique Quality: 1. They are in very quite place.
    2. They have very good room and the room with the view of their most beautiful garden.

    Directions: so from airport it takes 20 minute in taxi and the taxi will cost you around 350 nepali rupees.

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Forum Posts

Flights from Kathmandu to Bangkok

by joerebbeck

Hi Guys,

After spending hours trawling the internet I'm hoping that someone here will be able to help me find a reasonably priced route east out of Kathmandu.

It seems that only Thai airlines have a direct service on the route for about 45000NRP (330GBP). Does anyone have any experience of indirect flights, and if so what route would you recommend? I'm guess that there must be someway of going via India but can't seem to find anything at a lower cost.

By the way, my travel plans are very flexible. I don't need to fly into Bangkok - any of the ASEAN countries would do if I could travel onward from there.

Any advise much appreciated.

Thanks, Joe

Re: Flights from Kathmandu to Bangkok

by wanderer9020

ur taking one way?? how about taking an airline to chennai, india. fromt there, u can fly tigerairways (budget )to singapore

Re: Flights from Kathmandu to Bangkok

by wanderer9020

try the direct flight of silkair to singapore from kathmandu.

Re: Flights from Kathmandu to Bangkok

by into-thin-air

You have quite a few options
Cheapest flights out of Kathmandu are to Delhi, Try Air India, Sahara, Druk and I have heard that Cosmic are once more back in business.
From Delhi you can get onward flights anywhere !!
Pop around and have a chat with Nirmal at HMA – he can often sort out flights at better than average prices – Contact details are on my Nepal page, Transportation tips
Good Luck

Re: Flights from Kathmandu to Bangkok

by bkarjee

You have two (cheap) options to fly out to either Bangkok or Singapore (I will advice flying to Singapore, because Singapore has better connectivity to India)
Option 1: Fly Indian Airlines from Kathmandu to Delhi (1.5 hrs flight). From Delhi to Singapore, take Indian Airlines Flight (5.5 hrs flight)
Option 2: Fly Kathmandu to Kolkata (1 hr flight) by Indian Airlines. From Kolkata, take Air India Express to Singapore. (4 hrs flight). Instead of Singapore, you can also fly to Bangkok by Air India Express.

Re: Flights from Kathmandu to Bangkok

by joerebbeck

Hey. Thanks to you all for the advice. In particular Rob (you gave me some tips on additional airlines. I've been in contact with Nirmal so some things I have planned when we arrive but I guess he's not yet paying as much attention to his email than I'll get in person - I'll visit him when I arrive), and bkariee - seems the calcutta route may work best for me.

I'm hoping to come back to the UK via India - spending a bit more time there before my return... I need to know about how I can get vaccinations in the UK in the next week (or if I can get these in Nepal???) before I leave but I'll put a post on the India forum about that! Of course, if you have any advise II'd appreciate it!

Thanks again,

Travel Tips for Kathmandu

Beautiful colors

by duke0123

Along the road and especially near holy places there are people who sell these colorful offerings.
I have seen them in Pashupatinath but also in Bhaktapur. I always like this because of the beautiful clear colors.

Gear list for trekking

by oddyeti

One Backpack...and one day bag.....bum bag is optional....
you can also bring in a duffel bag...which is what the porters find more comfortable to carry, as they combine two duffels and tie them into one pack to carry. Shoes - trekking shoes with ankle protection - well worn in...or they will bite badly
Tevas - always good to have them or trainers for the evenings...and for the days when you are not trekking. Toiletries - minimum...sun protection 40+ SPF (water proof)....biodegradable soap...(save nature) and lip balm...of course the toothpaste and toothbrush...some people also like bringing moisturisers...

Ladies remember, you will be too tired at the end of the day to really be beautifying yourselves...so the rest of it is useless. As you want of course...digital is common now...you can charge the batteries at places..so you should be fine...

If you have a regular camera, you can get rolls along the way...but carry enough as they are more expensive on trekking routes Camping is not recommended in normal trekking routes...as the villagers make more money when you stay in their lodges, and there are enough of them. Supporting them is more important. Other gear you will need will be

Sleeping bags and liners - specially fleece liners are excellent...most sleeping bags should be -5 above
Lighters - so that you can burn the toilet paper if you use some along the way
Swiss knife - always useful...
water bottle and water purification tablets. some bags for bringing back your garbage
good book
games when you are bored - though you should not be
notebook to write your journals

Paintings - not kitch, at Creative Art Gallery

by Saagar about Creative Art Gallery

A small exhibition/art gallert one level up from the street in Thamel. Doesn't really distinguish itself from many similar shops around there except for the wide open front and sometimes very large paintings seen from the street.
The painter/artist is Raju Manandhar.
I bought a large Tharu dance motif. Very nice, has gotten many compliments from visitors at home. It may be something off a postcard, but never mind, it is lively, artsy, recognizeable and with colors that act as a polka dot in my place. Landscapes, folklorish motives, city motives. They will probably paint according to order, too. Not cheap, but you will find that the frame may cost more when you live in Northern Europe....
It is all in the eye of the beholder....

Great place to relax after a hard day!

by halfbeat about Kathmandu guest house.

I thought the Kathmandu guest house was awesome!! I can honestly say it was the best place i have ever eaten in. The atmosphere was fantastic!! Met some great people while in there, all of whom were quite like minded and very interesting people. Pretty quiet place if you want it to be.. i read my book for a while, but then if you feel like it, there are plenty of people to swap your stories with. Even had a live band next door on one night.... bit of music in the background is always good for the ambience.
Food was all really good, very varied aswell... local and international. All was very reasonably priced. I tried Chinese, Italian and Nepalese cuisine while there, and was happy with all of it. Service was excellent!
The restaurant is outside, partly covered and in a sort of courtyard, set back from the main street. Was a bit cool in the evenings while i was there, but they have open fires burning around the courtyard to keep you warm.
Dont confuse this place with the "kathmandu peace guest house" though... 2 different places entirely. I think it was the "Spinach lasagne" i kind of ordered it in error.... didn't notice the spinach part of the title, and when i got it, it was delicious!!! What a surprise... i may turn vegetarian yet!

Tukche - a little-known pearl in Kathmandu

by Saagar about Tuckhe Thakali Kitchen

The Tukche Thakali Kitchen says it all - it's Thakali food at its best: the good-humoured and daring trading people from the Kali Gandaki area who tend to run many of the good inns and restaurants on the Jomsom-Muktinath trail and on Pokhara Lakeside. Tukche is the main Thakali village.
At Tukche Thakali Kitchen you will get Thakali food at its best. For the more special dishes, you should be sure to order in advance, perhaps with your booking some hours or a day before.
The tables are comfortably low, the light dim, and the place itself rather small and after a trek through the Kali Gandaki there should be no place better to reminisence than here.
Go for it! The menu is very heavy on the snacks and tidbits side, with the main dishes aligning with more traditional daal bhat and deldho varieties (millet, maize, buckwheat porridge).
In fact you can dine here on snacks alone and stay off the mains if you wish. I would certainly do so again. The dried (sukuthi) and spiced chyangra mountain goat is very good. Momos is an all-time favourite that do not come much better than here. Wash it all down with the local apple tipples, thungba, chang or a conventional beer. Of course any other drink you'd think of would also be available here. I never made it through the dessert part of the manu, but we understood that making kheer rice pudding took some time, so that's another thing to pre-order for the next visit.
This is a place very popular among Nepalis, and understandably so.


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