Nepal Tourism Promoted in China
The Nepali Embassy in China gave art performances at the Namaste Hotel in Beijing on April 21, 2017, launching the Nepal tourism promotion in China. Wang Xiaofeng, deputy director of the China National Tourism Administration, delivered a speech. In his welcome speech, Nepali Ambassador to China stressed the importance of tourism for Nepal and the efforts made by Nepal to attract more Chinese tourists. Nepal's tourism resources were introduced at the event site. Photographer Meng Xiangguang shared his experience in Nepal to the attendees. Nepali students in Beijing also put on wonderful performances.
Wild land, meandering rivers, blue sky and white clouds are all natural. Nepal is home to eight peaks and a paradise for hikers. As the birthplace of Sakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism, Lumbini which attracts many Buddhist believers to worship and study, is known as the “healing place.” Nepal has a population of 30 million people, with more than 100 nationalities. The hundreds of languages and dialects fully showcase its cultural diversity. Backed by natural beauty and religious culture, Nepal can meet your demands for a challenging outdoor trip, peaceful spiritual practice or cultural exploration, becoming a genuine international tourist destination.
In recent years, the number of Chinese tourists travelling to Nepal has increased. The earthquake in April 2015 didn't reduce the enthusiasm of Chinese tourists to Nepal. In 2016, a total of 104,000 Chinese tourists travelled to Nepal, becoming the second-largest group of tourists after India. Nepal provides visitors with safe, convenient and comfortable travel services, including free travel visa; landing visa issuing at international airports and border ports; direct flights between Nepal's capital Kathmandu and Chengdu, Kunming, Lhasa, Guangzhou and Hong Kong; currency exchange; credit card payment; catering and Internet services, to meet the needs of visitors. A holiday trip to Nepal is definitely a good value for your money.