Your vist to Nepal!

Get ready for a vaction of a life time.

What are you going to do?

During this trip you will get the true Nepal experience. by visting temples learning about the religion and relaxing in the beautiful mountain ranges. Get ready for a trip of a life time.

Scheduled and costs

On Monday December 15th

You leave for Nepal on South East Asia airlines

Tuesday December 16th

Check in to hotel Hyatt regency and relax.

Wedsday December 17th

Vist the birth place of the Buddha Lumbini

Thursday December 18th

vist Hanuman Dhoka (Hanuman Gate)

former royal palace of Malla kings

Friday December 19th

Swayambhunath, or the monkey temple.

Most important ,What to do and not to do in buddist temples and areas .

Dress code:

While you are visting these areas dress code is very important and the people will appreciate your modesty, you are going to want to make sure your shoulders are coverd at all times, instead of shorts try to wear longer pants, and last but not least make sure you take off hats and shoes before interning the area and leave them outside.


Pointing at things or people in temples is considered very rude.

Show respect:

No smoking, chewing gum, and turn off your cell phone, headphones, lower your voice, and avoid inppropriot conversation.

Right hand only:

When you receive or give something to a monk you will use your right hand only.

Extra rules

  • Respect the Buddha Statues: Never touch, sit near, or climb on a Buddha statue or the raised platform. Get permission before taking photos and dont do this during worship. When exiting, back away from the Buddha before turning your back.
  • Stand Up: If you happen to be sitting in the worship area when monks or nuns enter, stand to show respect;
  • Body Language: If a monk is sitting, show respect by sitting before starting a conversation. Avoid sitting higher than a monk if you can help it. Never point your feet at any Buddhist while sitting.

Some of the sites you will be visting

What foods you can eat

you can eat anything other than what is listed below.

Relaxing , fun, and informational vaction.

What foods you should avoid.

Try to avoid

  • Meat
  • Fish
  • Onions
  • Leaks
For these foods are not common in buddist culture.

Dress code

When you are visting buddist areas you need to make sure your shoulders are coverd and try to avoid wearing shorts the people will be appreciative of your modesty.

Enjoy your vacation!