Going to Nepal for a few days.

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  1. Aayush

    Aayush Regular Member

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    I am going to nepal(kathmandu) for a cricket tournament and i've got some questions...
    Is INR accepted?
    Is it safe?(Maoists)
    Is Indian food available easily?
     
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    baki pata nahi, must take ur passport
     
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    Yusuf GUARDIAN Administrator

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    Driving license will do.
     
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    Is INR accepted? - Yes, Mostly!
    Is it safe?(Maoists) - Yes, Safe!
    Is Indian food available easily? - Yes, Mostly!

    Nepal is like India. You won't find major difference. It's just like someone from Delhi visit to North Bihar or Sikkim. Nepal is mixture of Sikkim + North Bihar.
     
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    Galaxy Elite Member Elite Member

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    Passport/Visa not needed to visit Nepal/Bhutan.
     
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    Yusuf GUARDIAN Administrator

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    Lol, Bihar ki burai kar raha hai ya Nepal ki?
     
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    Galaxy Elite Member Elite Member

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    I am not doing burai. Actually, Once i went to Nepal via North Bihar. I stayed there in North Bihar also for few days. I found lots of similarity including language, people in Tarai region.. Also, When you will go some 100 km far from Kathmandu (moutain ranges), it will look like Gangtok.

    It's all about similarity. I like Nepal. :nepal:
     
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    JAISWAL Senior Member Senior Member

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    for anyone going to nepal i must warn you that there is no night life.
    All the market and shops closes between 7-to-8 pm.
    And except that it is mostly like India, and yes except Nepali and Indian currency no other is excepted there openly in market..
    The exchange rate is of 16 nepali for 10 INR.
    And Indian bank atms do work there but mostly in bank atms to withdraw case, not for card payment.
    And last please keep an ID and follow every traffic rule.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    Have a good time.

    don't use the word Lata.

    It means dumb.
     
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    INR currencies above 500 not accepted in Nepal. Careful, while taking cash, and do carry the right denominations.
     

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