Shopping in Nepal Nepal offers you wide variety of shopping opportunity which is mostly authentic items as being country rich in culture and traditional arts.
Travelers can enjoy shopping mostly handmade items - wooden crafts, metal crafts, stone crafts, handmade paper items, jewelries made from precious stones, paintings, and cottage garment product around tourists market.
In kathmandu valley Patan is popular for both metal and stone crafts and Bhaktapur for wooden and potteries.
Nepal's most popular and best known souvenir items are given bellow with short description: Some most popular Nepalese stamps and coins can be purchased at most souvenir shops as well as at book stores of Patan, Bhaktapur Jhochhe, Thamel and Hanuman Dhoka areas of Kathmandu Durbar Square.
Nepalese stamps date back to 1907 and there after up to now many interesting and colorful sets have been issued time to time in different occasions for example birds and wild animals, mountain, temple, flowers, historical monuments and respecting different subjective scholars are mentioned.
Travelers can buy miscellaneous sets containing fifty or one hundred stamps per packet as well some of most famous Nepalese, Bangladesh, Mongolian, Vietnam, Tibetan, Chinese and Bhutanese stamps.
Same as some various coins of historical interest are also available in the souvenir shops of tourist market for your valuable collation which are minted in different occasion time to time.
As Nepal is being vast diversified country in the world it is also rich in different culture as well popular for its unique folk music.
Travelers can enjoy traditional folk musical dance show at several authentic Nepalese restaurants in Kathmandu and in other major tourist places.Some of most popular folk records can purchase and collect as a souvenir from Nepal which is abundantly available at music shops.Travelers can get varieties of traditional instrumental music or folk song records some of them are Resham Firiri, Changbahai Chyanba, Om Mane Padme …Nepal’s King Gyanendra and Queen Komal attended a ‘Bollywood’ wedding a few days ago.The royal couple were guests at the nuptials of Siddharth Koirala, the grand nephew of Nepalese Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala, and Yulia Wekitova, at Kathmandu’s Soaltee Crowne Plaza Hotel.The groom, an aspiring Bollywood actor himself, is the brother of Bollywood actor Manisha Koirala.