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Nepal has a variety of cuisines depending on the geography and ethnicity of a place. The cuisine in Nepal is considered to be much healthier than the South Indian cuisine. They rely on salads, meat, fresh vegetables, pickles etc. The usage of fats in Nepal cuisine is minimal. Ever since Nepal opened its borders to the foreigners in the 1950’s, it has been taking heavy influence from its bordering Countries like India, China and Tibet. Since Nepal has a lot of trade barriers, they mainly depend on the locally grown produce. Lentils, potatoes, cumin, coriander, garlic, tomatoes and chilies are many of the common ingredients used in their cuisines. Curd or dahi is again something that is widely used in Nepal. Lassi, a drink made from curd and desserts like Sikarni is quite popular here.


Dal-Bhat-Takari is taken by the people throughout Nepal and is the most famous food in Nepal. This meal is eaten twice every day. Bhat refers to rice. Dal is a curry made by using spices and lentils. Bhat and Dal are served together giving it a soupy appearance. Dal-Bhat-Takeri is eaten along with sliced lemons or pickle. Rice, being the staple food in many of the Asian Countries, is prevalent in Nepal too. Pulao is taken during any festivals or celebrations. Pulao, seasoned with turmeric, nutmeg and cumin is taken with curd and papads. Rice items are always served with roti by the side.


Dumplings, in Nepal, is called a momo. Steamed meat or vegetables is the main ingredient in momo. They are taken with a spicy dip made with tomatoes in fermented vegetables. Momo is an influence from the Tibet and Bhutan. Momo’s are filled with cheese or potatoes also. The momo from Rosemary Kitchen and coffee shop in Kathmandu is a must-try.

Momo- served with other delicacies.

Thukpa, a common delicacy in Nepal is served with momo’s. It is a hot noodle soup that is very famous all across Nepal. Thukpa is seasoned with meat stalk which gives it a soothing aroma. Thukpa is also an influence from the Bhutan and Tibet. The Nepalese version of Thukpa is a little spicier.

Momo is also taken with Gorkhali lamb – a curry dish. Onions and potatoes are the other ingredients used for making Gorkhali lamb. Steaming hot Momo’s are then dipped in the curry. A very spicy dip of tomato base is mixed in the curry. The curry can be taken with rice or roti also.

The sel roti made of rice flour is another must-try food in Nepal. Sel is taken together with momo too. Sel roti has a puffy-soft texture and can be your perfect snack or breakfast also.


Nepal is a Country located in the Himalayas in South Asia. The geography of Nepal is diverse with rich and fertile plains, subalpine hills and so on. The world’s tallest mountains can be found in Nepal, with the Mount Everest being the highest peak in the World. Nepal, being multiethnic attracts quite a lot of tourism and is a popular travel destination ever since Nepal opened its borders to the foreigners. Mount Everest in Nepal is quite a sight indeed! Planning a trip to Nepal? Here are some of the best things and must-visit places to explore in Nepal.

1: Trekking in Nepal.

Nepal offers some of the best trekking routes in the World. The Poonhill trek route and the Everest Base Camp trail is one of the most adventurous treks routes in Nepal. The Mera Peak is about 6000 meters tall and offers a trekking trail for people with no prior experience also.

2: Flight tour.

If you want to enjoy an unparalleled eye-level view of the Himalayas, then go for a panoramic flight tour over the Himalayas. Peaks such as the Mount Makalu, Mount Gosaithan, etc., can be viewed on the flight.

3: Chitwan National Park.

The Chitwan National Park is home to the one-horned Rhinos, Bengal tigers, Asian elephants and thousands of migratory birds as well. Kingfishers, egrets and the paradise flycatchers are a common sight here.

4: Visit Pokhara.

Here, you have scenic boating trails and cycling trails. Pokhara is a lakeside town. Paragliding and Mountain Biking is two of the top activities to do in Pokhara.

5: Mountain Biking in Kathmandu.

One of the most exciting cycling trails can be found in Shivapuri National Park. Here, you get to cycle across the Godavari, Bungamati and the Chapagaun roads. Kathmandu is towered with temples, shrines and rock-cut buildings. The Durbar Square, The Boudhanath stupa, etc., are all some of the must-see places in Kathmandu.

6: Bardia National Park.

The forest is one of the most significant tiger habitats in the World. It covers over 968 sq. Km. It is also home to the rhino’s, Gangetic dolphins, cranes and Bengal floricans.

7: Visit Pashupatinah Temple.

Pashupatinah temple is situated on the banks of the Bagmati River. Only Hindus are allowed inside the temple. The non- Hindus can see the glimpse of Lord Shiva’s bull, Nandi, from the outside western entrance.

8. River Rafting.

The Bhote Koshi River offers one of the best rafting experience of all times.

9. Patan.

The architecture in Patan is spectacular! Patan is famous for its Stupas and temples- the Golden Temple and the Kumbeshwar Temple being the top two must-see places in Patan.

10. Kayaking down the Seti River.

The total duration of Kayaking is three days, starting from the Phewa Lake in Pokhara to the lower Seti River. The Chitwan National Park is near to the lower Seti River.

Nepal offers a fun-filled experience with memories to cherish for a lifetime! It is truly one among the must-visit places in the World.

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