Quote from Lonely Planet:
“Bandipur is a living museum of Newari culture, a beautifully preserved village crowning a lofty ridge above the highway stop of Dumre. Its winding lanes are lined with traditional Newari houses. Time seems to have stood still here….. “
I start to search for information in Google on:
To my disappointment, I can’t find much, with less than 20 hotels listed, means with less than 20 choices in Tripadvisor, Agoda, Booking.com etc….. I decided to make a visit to this heritage town at my own effort, without any pre-booking on accommodations in Bandipur, Nepal, with a total budget of 10000rp (USD100), and with an open heart and a good will to write about Bandipur, Nepal.
Part of the reason I made this visit was due to a previous complains from a guests who we introduced for a stay in Hotel Depche Bandipur due to the good reviews in Tripadvisor. And, to her disappointment, she checked out immediately after checked in, and we brought her back to Kathmandu on the same day. Read my stories on Hotel Depche in Bandipur, Nepal here to find out why.
I managed to survive for 4 days in Bandipur, Nepal, loaded with tons of beautiful pictures and information.
Here are some beautiful photos of Bandipur, Nepal.
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