tourism Archive

October 2018

SO FAR SO GOOD

The canopy walkway at Borneo Rainforest Lodge in Danum Valley. never met any during my time in Sarawak, but the […]
October 28, 2018

SO FAR SO GOOD

Photo: THE CULTURE-IST slender snake slithered high above our heads on the damp rock wall and the brown guano floor […]
October 10, 2018

Here & Now

n 2008, I returned to Kathmandu with an overwhelming desire to drive a car, but not just any car: a […]
October 9, 2018

Opinion

Photo: HANNAN LEWSLEY year has gone by since mayors were elected to head municipalities across Nepal. They came to office […]
October 3, 2018

September 2018

Here & Now

A villager in Maspur, Humla weaves a doko basket from strips of bamboo. “ai grihasthi” is a greeting heard often […]
September 28, 2018

SO FAR SO GOOD

1/2 Gurkha Rifle C Company soldier in Ba Kelalan crossing a bamboo bridge that was built over a small river […]
September 24, 2018

he government’s determination to clear-fell a large swathe of eastern Nepal’s last remaining hardwood forest for the proposed Nijgad Airport has been […]
September 21, 2018

Opinion

How does tourism industry intersect with local governments in a federal state? Patan and Bhaktapur have shown the way by their municipalities working with Nepal Academy of […]
September 18, 2018

August 2018

ucia de Vries first saw the majesty of the Himalaya in Gilgit of Pakistan 25 years ago, and fantasised about […]
August 31, 2018

nown for its pioneering role in high-end tourism in Nepal since the 1960s with its five-star Soaltee property in Kathmandu, […]
August 31, 2018