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Monkey buffet in Thailand

Monkey buffet in Thailand

- by Republica

Usually held on the last Sunday of November, the Monkey Buffet Festival of Thailand is an interesting occasion. The festival was initially started in 1989 by hotelier Yongyuth Kitwattananusont with the help of the Tourism...

Nepal-Korea contemporary art concludes

Nepal-Korea contemporary art concludes

- by Sangita Shrestha

In the eyes of a foreigner, Nepal seems to be the land of mystical art, religion and living culture. And the exhibition ‘Namaste Nepal Kathmandu Contemporary Art’, which is a group exhibition of 21 Korean...

Huge, tropical jackfruit catches on as a meat substitute

Huge, tropical jackfruit catches on as a meat substitute

- by Associated Press

If you’ve never heard of jackfruit, keep your eyes open: You’ll start noticing it everywhere. Jackfruit is a very large tropical fruit often used as a meat substitute. It packs some nutritional wallop, and the...

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Reasons to travel alone

Reasons to travel alone

- by Republica

It helps you clear your head, refreshes your thoughts and ideas. When you are traveling on your own, you are free from all the voices around.

Travel hacks for your next trip

Travel hacks for your next trip

- by Republica

Baby powder is amazing for freshening up. Mostly in summer, if you’re wearing flats or sandals, your feet may start smelling.

Madhyapur Thimi’s beauty

Madhyapur Thimi’s beauty

- by Sangita Shrestha

The temple complexes having pagoda styled temples, wooden windows and doors. Then aesthetically alluring atmosphere speaks volume about Madhyapur Thimi being the soul of the city.

Kathmandu International Film Festival begins

Kathmandu International Film Festival begins

- by Republica

With the festival tagline “Voices from the Margins” Kathmandu International Film Festival officially began at City Hall, Bhrikutimandap on Wednesday. This is the 17 th edition of Kimff where, it is celebrating Sir Edmund Hillary’s centennial year and a special screening of ‘The Ascent of Everest’, about the conquest of Everest by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa on May 29, 1953, officially marked the opening of the film festival.

Photo exhibition ‘Ways of the Mountains’ on display

Photo exhibition ‘Ways of the Mountains’ on display

- by Republica

A photo exhibition ‘Ways of the mountains’ by Kathmandu-based photographer Sudin KC opened on 30 November at Himalayan Java, Mandala Street, Thamel. The exhibit portrays the mountain culture and stories of the people living in the Himalayas and their rich cultures and traditions that are nearly untouched by modern influences.

Travelling is personal (With Video)

Travelling is personal (With Video)

- by Sangita Shrestha

Being a woman in Nepal and to travel solo is a dare. Most of the time, women are skeptical about travelling alone and there are various reasons to feel so.

Republica’s photojournalist Keshab won 'The Spirit of the Workshop Award'

Republica’s photojournalist Keshab won 'The Spirit of the Workshop Award'

- by Republica

Republica daily newspaper's photojournalist, Keshab Raj Thoker won an award for his excellent visual story of a "Donut Palace Queen" recently. He won 'The spirit of the Workshop Award' among 40 participants from USA, Canada, UK, Mexico in 71 st Missouri Photo Workshop held at University of Missouri, USA.