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Amazing Facts about Thamel

Amazing Facts about Thamel

Thamel-Bazzar, around 7 km drive from the Tribhuvan International Airport, is heart of Nepal’s tourism industry. Thamel-bazzar has been the centre of the tourist industry in Kathmandu for over four decades starting from the hippie movement when many artists came to Nepal and spent weeks in Thamel. It is the place where tourist get everything they want. It is a colorful and beautiful mixture of craft shops, boutique cafes, trekking gear, and rainbow prayer flags.

“Tourist Bazzar”

So if you are coming Nepal to cover Kathmandu Tour or other adventures in the Himalayas, it will be a fantastic idea to know amazing facts about Thamel, a site always bustling with hordes of tourists. The amazing facts about Thamel-Bazzar are listed here.

“Ason bazzar Kathmandu”

Thamel-Bazzar has recently emerged as the most popular tourist area of Kathmandu. It is amazing to see how this area has become the centre for budget travelers in recent years. Thamel-Bazzar is 15 to 20 minutes walk from the center of Kathmandu. Ason bazar, Durbar Square, and Swayambhunath are a mere 10 to 30 minutes walk from Thamel.

“Couple in tourist market kathmandu”

Thamel-Bazzar  has developed itself as an epicenter of entertainment and glamour blending local and global experiences of human wonders. From its origin, it was established with the theme to satisfy the needs of tourists in every desired way. In-fact it gratifies all sort of entertainment from visual to physical to mental.

“Tourist market”

Thamel has transcended itself to a new hub of glitter and glamour where it wakes-up in the night showcasing a new exhilaration and excitement in satisfying the zeal of visitors. When the ‘Sun sets down in Kathmandu, Thamel and its lifestyle rises up. It is a happening place in Nepal; the only place in Nepal where night life exists.

“Mountains Gear shop”

Thamel also acts as the pre-base camp for mountaineers. It boasts a wide range of mountaineering gear shops, trekking agencies, foreign money exchange booths, pubs, clubs and nightlife along with the numerous travel lodges and guest houses.

“Nepali cuisines”

Visiting Thamel helps you get out of your frustrations and monotony. Besides, it is the best place in town to have fun. Young generations today seek freedom, music, food and entertainment. So there is no doubt that Thamel provides even domestic travelers with all what it takes to define luxury.

“Cafe”

Most low-budget travelers consider it a tourist haven. It has hundreds of restaurants, cafes and coffee shops serving Nepali-Western dishes in a single location. Visitors can nearly find anything they want in Thamel – German styled wannabe bakeries to WiFi-enabled cafes. There are dozens of tourist restaurants clustered in the Thamel serving everything from Italian, Israeli, French to Tibetan. Indian and Nepali dishes are always the best tasting with best priced. The visitors can find of course “Nepali Dhal Bhat Tarkari”, or lentils and vegetables served with rice.

“Khukuri”

Tourists have to protect their eyes from the gleam of metallic artifacts and “khukris” in the display cabinets in Bazzar. Together with these, it is almost impossible to shut out the rhythmic religious music played in stores at every corner of Thamel.

“Colorful tourist market”

Being a main tourist hub of Kathmandu, Thamel-Bazzar boasts amenities such as Banks/ATM, Money Exchange, Internet, Clinics, Guides, Cargo, Laundry, Photo studio, Tattoo, Travels and Tours agency, Tailoring, and Rental.

“Nepali culture”

It has a vibrant ethnic culture practiced by its core population of the Newar community

“Rikshaw”

It is the image of Thamel-Bazzar that tourists carry in their mind for their remaining life as it is their first destination in Nepal.

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