Bageshwar Baba of India in Kathmandu, Nepal

Bageshwar Baba of India in Kathmandu, Nepal

India’s well-known spiritual chief Bageshwar Baba has come to Nepal. Hindu spiritual guru Bageshwar Baba has come to Nepal this week  to recite the Shashwat Dhamma story at Nawalparasi. There's…
9 things to be aware of before visiting Nepal

9 things to be aware of before visiting Nepal

Nepal is a small, landlocked nation bordered by China and India, two enormous neighbors. With difficult trekking routes, breathtaking glaciers, and picturesque valleys, Nepal is one of the best places…
Regarding Kalinchowk Temple

Regarding Kalinchowk Temple

Kalinchowk is a popular tourist destination in Nepal, known for its natural beauty and religious significance. It is located in the Dolakha district of Nepal, about 132 kilometers east of…
Everest is conquered by Lianhui and Thundu.

Everest is conquered by Lianhui and Thundu.

At 12:25 today, Chinese climbers Lianhui Chui and Thundu Sherpa successfully ascended Mount Everest. This was Lianhui Chui's first ascent of 8000 meters, according to Imagine Nepal Treks and Expedition.…
About Kedarnath temple

About Kedarnath temple

Meaning of Kedarnath Temple Kedarnath Temple Sanskrit: केदारनाथ मंदिर, IAST: Kēdāranātha Mandira, lit. 'temple of the God of the field') is a Hindu temple roughly 1200 years old[1] dedicated to Shiva. The temple is located on the Garhwal Himalayan range[citation…
Ahead of Arabian travel-market-2023">Travel Market 2023, the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), has announced new performance targets for Abu Dhabi, which include plans to attract more than 24 million visitors to the emirate by the end of 2023. Saood Abdulaziz Al Hosani, Undersecretary at DCT Abu Dhabi, affirmed the start of an ambitious new chapter for the emirate's tourism sector. The new targets follow a surge in Abu Dhabi's tourism sector in 2022, with hotel occupancy rates and other metrics demonstrating that the sector's revival is well underway. The emirate received a total of 18 million visitors representing a 13 per cent increase from the previous year, while the hotel occupancy rates reached 70 per cent, which surpasses the Middle East average of 67 per cent. The emirate welcomed visitors from around the world, with the highest number of international visitors arriving from India, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, respectively. The improved domestic and international market performance can be attributed to increased destination awareness and consideration of Abu Dhabi's increased range of year-round entertainment and sporting events, as well as trade events and roadshows. Saood Abdulaziz Al Hosani, Undersecretary at DCT Abu Dhabi: "Our ambitious goal to welcome more than 24 million visitors by the end of 2023 builds on healthy growth over the past year. This encouraging performance was enabled through powerful collaborations and the delivery of memorable travel and business experiences across the whole year, supported by an integrated ecosystem of best-in-class services, infrastructure, and impactful marketing. In Abu Dhabi, we are demonstrating the power of partnerships across the tourism sector and the fact that collectively we can thrive." Commenting on the new targets, Saleh Mohamed Al Geziry, Director General for Tourism at DCT Abu Dhabi, said: "The success we have achieved so far inspires us to strive for more. We are committed to delivering on our ambitions for 2023 by further elevating the successful strategy of creating and delivering unique experiences for everyone to enjoy and a diverse range of year-round events for visitors in collaboration with our global IP partners. This is complemented by a MICE industry that continues to thrive, owing to the emirate's world-leading venues, hotels and supporting facilities. Last year, Abu Dhabi Calendar successfully hosted a diverse range of over 100 events during a 180-day period, featuring an impressive line-up of A-list global talent. From the legendary Grammy award-winning singer Sting to K-pop sensations BLACKPINK, and Oscar-winning Indian composer A.R. Rahman, the events left audiences captivated and entertained. The emirate also played host to some popular homegrown family festivals such as the Mother of the Nation (MOTN) and LIWA festivals, which added to the cultural richness and vibrancy of the city. Abu Dhabi also proved itself as a premier destination for global sport by hosting key events such as the renowned Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, NBA, and UFC. These events drew in massive crowds and garnered global attention, solidifying Abu Dhabi's status as a world-class destination for entertainment and sports enthusiasts. In line with DCT Abu Dhabi's mission to provide a diverse range of experiences, 2022 witnessed the launch of two tourism campaigns: 'Experience Abu Dhabi, Find Your Pace' and 'Summer Like You Mean It'. Additionally, a month-long program of activities was held to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Louvre Abu Dhabi, alongside two high-profile events, namely, Abu Dhabi Art and Culture Summit Abu Dhabi. Looking ahead to 2023, DCT Abu Dhabi is determined to offer even more ambitious campaigns and events that showcase its commitment to providing memorable experiences to a worldwide audience, leveraging the strength of its partnerships.

Abu Dhabi targets 24 mil visitors by 2023

Ahead of Arabian travel-market-2023">Travel Market 2023, the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), has announced new performance targets for Abu Dhabi, which include plans to attract…
Presenting The Sagarmatha National Park.

Presenting The Sagarmatha National Park.

Sagarmatha National park:Sagarmatha is an exceptional area with dramatic mountains, glaciers and deep valleys, dominated by Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world (8,848 m). Several rare species, such…
Mount K2

Mount K2

It is the second biggest mountain in the world which name is "Mount k2" after Mount Everest at 8,848 metres (29,029 ft). Mount k2 height is 8,611 metres(28,251 ft) above the…
TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT(TIA)

TRIBHUVAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT(TIA)

  Tribhuvan  International Airport (TIA) is an international airport in Kathmandu, Nepal. TIA was built on 1955 by king Mahendra of Nepal.Tribhuvan  International Airport is also known as Kathmandu Airport…
About Bhaktapur.

About Bhaktapur.

Bhaktapur is literally translates to "city of devotees", also known as Khwopa (Nepal Bhasa: ख्वप Khwopa),also known as the city of the temples, is a city in the east corner…
A little bit about Jumla.

A little bit about Jumla.

Jumla was a part of Khasa kingdom during 11th to 13th century. After 13th century Khasa Kingdom collapsed and divided into Baise Rajya (2he Jumla Kingdom was one of the…
Tindhare Jharana.

Tindhare Jharana.

Basically it is located in the kaphal danda of the kavrepalchowk district, Tindhare jharana(waterfall), widely popular as Bahubali Jharana because of movie Bahubali and wonderful place to visit. The amusing…
About Pashupatinath Temple.

About Pashupatinath Temple.

Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Pashupatinath is one of the four most important religious sites in Asia for devotees of Shiva. Built in the 5th century and later renovated by Malla…