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The History of the development of hotels in Nepal

The History of the development of hotels in Nepal is not so long. No doubt, Nepal, since a long time in history, had established inns at different places for the benefit of travellers. But the hotels as an instrument of production or an enterprise for the production of goods and of services, are of recent orgin.

The growth of the hotel industry in Nepal began in 1955. Mr. Boris Lissanevitch started the Royal Hotel in February 1955 in order to have a glimpse of the growth of the hotel industry in nepal, it is not out of place here to quote Mr. George Lebre of Direction Generale du Tourisme, Paris who had been sent to Nepal as an advisor under the Bilateral Co-operation Programme of the French Ministry of Foreign affairs in 1958 -59. His report provides the details of hotel as follows:

Nepal before than 1990 with Photo and Video Clips

Bagiswori College Chyamsing, Bhaktapur
This video footage contains some rare but historic image slide with it. The picture running in the videos are all the rare 1990 picture of Nepal. This video is giving some past mirror of Nepal and Nepalese history.
Every single picture is portraying the history of Nepal with unbeatable glory. It shows the reflection Nepal that it is rich in culture and tradition with lots of monuments, art and craft. The black and white photos will give all Nepalese a colorful proud and rejoice. Till the end of the photo video, every people could see how beautiful and wonderful Nepal was, is and will be.

May be there have been lots of changes in way of living, buildings and face, but still the heart and soul of Nepalese will never change. They may have been shattered with an devastating e@rthqu@ke and blockade, but will rise again and show that Nepal and Nepalese are more than the world think.They will once again build all those buried history, craft and monuments and stand again as 1990 OR before than 1990 Nepal again.
Bagiswori College Chyamsing, Bhaktapur

Nepal before than 1990 with Photo and Video Clips

Source: Media np tv
Edited by Ranjan Basi

The Arts and Traditions on tourism in Nepal

The arts and traditions of Nepal inspired by ancient Buddhist and Hindu cultures are of an astonishing richness, especially in the valley of Kathmandu. Happily perserved from great migrations and invasions, Kathmandu with Patan and Bhadgaon, second and third towns in importance, constitute a rare ensemble of an architecture of great orginality and quality.

Active handicraft Bronze and Brass in Patan, Pottry in Thimi, Wood carving and painting in Bhaktapur testifies that traditioal genius is still living. Pashmina wool is among the softest in the world. It is plentiful in Nepal, folklore, festivals, music and dances can be appreciated everywhere in the country and all the year around.

The Arts and Tradition on tourism in Nepal

Establishment of the World Tourism Organisation

The United Nations Economic and socal Council 47 th session, geneva-july 1969 examined the result of the Sofia Conference and requested the UN Secretary the result of the Sofia to the UN General Assebbly. The Economic and social Council proposed to the XXIV th United Nations General Assembly. It also recommended to member -states of IUOTO to act jointly at the following Extraordinary General Assembly of the organisation to modify the statues of IUOTO in order to give it an inter-governmental character.

Historical Outline on tourism in Nepal

Since ancient times, people have liked to change their abode temporarily and it is true that temporary human changes of abode have existed since the earliest times. There are many historical reference of fearless and brave persons who went on journeys, risking many kinds of danders.

People travelled due to three principle motives in ancient times: interest, curiosity or religious sentiment.

Three United Nations Organisation and its Specialised Agencies

The Tourism falls within the competence of the Economic and Social Council ECOSOC of the United Natitions Organisations. Since 1946, the council has created a commission on Transport and Communications which, among other matters, has been responsible for dealing with questions of travel and international Tourism. The council initiated the U.N. Conference on International  Travel and Tourism at Rome in 1963. The Regional Economic Commissions of ECOSOC also deal with international tourism. Similarly, a UN organ, the United Nations Conference On Trade and Developement UNCTAD deals with international tourism, thinking it as an important factor in international economic relations, and as a growth factor for the developing countries.

The Classification of International Tourism Organisations

The classification of International Tourism Organisation can be made in two ways:

  1. Inter-governmental Organisations. There are organisations formed by the states and these are inter state organisations as the states are represented by delegates apponted by the governments, the organisations are known as Inter-government. The world Tourism Organisation is a inter governmental Tourism organisation.
  2. Non-governmental organisations: There are for more numerous, ad may be founded either by moral presonalities national non-profit making organisations or associations national professional unions or associations or by bodies. They are not governed by any international low but are subject to the low of the state in which their headquater, are located. There organisations have no privilged status either for themselves or for their officials. BUt some of the non-government organisations may be called upon to collaborate with the United Nations Organisation or the other inter- governmental organisations may be called upon to collaborate with the United Nations Organisation or the other inter governmental oranisations if they have a consultative status. The international TOurism alliance, the world tourism and automobile Association; the interational federation of Workers. Travel Association; the international Union of the Conservation of Nature and Resources are now non governmental Tourist Organisations and are granted consultative status by the UN Economic and Social Council ECOSOC or the compentent organs of other inter governmental organisations.

International Tourism Organisations

Nepal travel information

As the Birth-place of Lord Buddha, Nepal is the holiest place for the Buddhists from all over the world. Buddhists can visit as a pilgrimage and pay the homage to all the Buddhist Shrines in a short period having started from  Lumbini, the Birth-place of Buddha and the world Buddhist Centre, the monasteries constructed by several Buddhist countries from all over the world, Bouddhanath, the considered biggest stupa of the world which fulfills the desire of everybody according to the Tibetan Buddhism, Swoyambhunath, the most ancient stupa of the world, Patan, the city of arts and crafts with hundreds of Buddhists monasteries and shrines, and Namo Buddha where in the past life, Buddha has offered his flashes to an old tigress and her calves, including many Tibetan monasteries wherever you want to visit.
Itineraries

Day 01: Arrival transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Visit Bouddha Nath, Swoyambhu Nath and Patan

Day 03: Visit Dhulikhel, a 2 hours walk to Namo Buddha and 3 hours walk to Panauti.

Day 04: Kathmandu-Lumbini (by vehicle or by plane)

Day 05: Lumbini-Kathmandu

Day 06: Departure Transfer

If you wishes to visit one or more Tibetan monasteries it takes one or two days more.


 

The same program can be done as follows exploring the major parts of Nepal

Day 01: Arrival transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Visit Kathmandu, Swayambhu, Patan

Day 03: Visit Bouddhanath, Pashupatinath, Bhaktapur.

Day 04: Visit Namo Buddha and back to Kathmandu

Day 05: Kathmandu-Pokhara

Day 06: Pokhara- Lumbini

Day 07: Lumbini-Chitwan National Park

Day 08: Chitwan

Day 09: Chitwan Kathmandu

Day 10: Departure transfer for the international flight connection


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Values of Tourism

Tourism is a fundamental and desirale human activity, worthy of the commendation and encouragement of all people and all governments. So it is termed as one of the most laudable of human activities. Besides generting economic activity, it evolves international goodwill and understanding. While developing many industries, Tourism creates friendship and expends understanding amongst nations. Tourism is a medium through which we can exchange knowledge and create understanding among the people of the world. Tourism gives a direct knowledge and contact with the Great achievement of the human mind. So it helps to unravel the basic similarities of human feelings without reference to the country and culture.

Conference Tourism

International Conferences are organized in big cities or in places where such convention facilities are available. A large number of delegates of different nations partake in them. These conferences are arranged in the cities est prepared to receive the delegates and to cover the low accupancy rate of the hotels in the low season. There is a rapid growth of conference tourism in the modern world.

Business or Technical Tourism

All tours undertaken by businessmen or industrialists or professionals to places of their interests or visits to fairs and exhibitions, or places of technical achievements are included under this category.