Nepal Tourism Pro­moted in China

Beijing (English) - - INFO -

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.

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