The best therapy!
The best therapy!
The best therapy!
Tried this in 2011, it was amazingggg. I'm hungry now!
Tried this in 2011, it was amazingggg. I’m hungry now!
Thanks to Sakil for introducing me to this lassi corner. #unforgettable
Thanks to Sakil for introducing me to this lassi corner. #unforgettable
Childhood memories! Having badam and watching a game with dad and uncle. #goodtimes
Childhood memories! Having badam and watching a game with dad and uncle. #goodtimes
I love book shops and Pilgrims is no exception.
I love book shops and Pilgrims is no exception.
No 5! The Maharajgunj route! Affordable and environmentally friendly! #greenisthewaytogo
No 5! The Maharajgunj route! Affordable and environmentally friendly! #greenisthewaytogo

There’s a fairly new page called 1001 THINGS TO DO IN KATHMANDU on Facebook with over 14,000 likes (and increasing). The idea is simple, if you’ve done something interesting in Kathmandu then you can simply go ahead and message the page sharing what you got up to. If what you did is interesting enough or something that many have done then the admin will share that with the world publicly on the page.

Right now, the page is on “thing” Number 25! 1001 is still a LONG WAY TO GO but seeing these 25 photos just made me miss Kathmandu so much that I cannot wait to do so many of the things that I’ve done and some things that I haven’t… like riding on the Sajha Bus or going to Pashupatinath in the evening.

Just sharing photos of few of the things that I’ve done and really enjoyed!

PS. This is great for potential Nepali and non-Nepali travellers! Kudos to the brains behind this page.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. hi kathmanduites!
    Yeah I am very glad to have this page.The first thing that i tired was meditation in boudhanath temple which was to the core peaceful and finally felt like yeah i have lot to do in Kathmandu.
    Away from all the works i learned to seek inner peace.
    keep it up guys.
    looking forward for more interesting things to do 🙂

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