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Tadashi Shoji returns to Japanese roots at NY Fashion Week

Tadashi Shoji returns to Japanese roots at NY Fashion Week

- by Associated Press

In a show he titled “Once Upon a Time ... in Japan,” the designer captured the essences of cherry blossoms, Japanese gardens and Watteau gowns at New York Fashion Week. He used lace overlays, obi sashes, intricate swirl prints, romantic flowers, capes, one shoulder gowns, brocade fabrics and kimono-style dresses for spring-summer 2020.

Reviving traditional house

Reviving traditional house

- by Binod Dhungana

Traditional round shaped house at Dadeldhura, Tanahun, build for attracting tourist and preserving the culture. These traditional houses are on the verge of extinction due to unavailability of Khar (a kind of grass used to build roof) and comfort of concrete houses.

Mustang through Bidhata’s eyes on display

Mustang through Bidhata’s eyes on display

- by Sangita Shrestha

Bidhata has been showcasing the theme of architectural beauty intertwined with history, culture and religion of Mustang since, her visit to Mustang few years ago. Before, that she consistently used leaves as her major motif in her painting, comparing their characteristics with life in general.

If you are fearless, you are stupid!

If you are fearless, you are stupid!

- by Kiran Lama

"How’re you feeling now?" A bungee-master at the Last Resort asked me before plunging into Bhote Koshi where the bridge is above 160m above the ground.

Corns: Free from rodents, attract tourists

Corns: Free from rodents, attract tourists

- by Shreehari Poudel

Corn is one of the popular staples in Nepal. And it would be surprising that stack of corn built near the settlements is attracting tourists. However, it is the truth. The corn stacks locally known as Shuli are attracting tourists in Ramkot, Bandipur.

Badagaon-Kaiya Suspension bridge attracting domestic tourists

Badagaon-Kaiya Suspension bridge attracting domestic tourists

- by Umesh Pun

Badagaon-Kaiya Suspension bridge is situated at Parbat district. It is Nepal's one of the tallest suspension bridges located at the height of 156m above ground and has 347m length.These days domestic tourists are also attracted to this place.

Dancing to the beats of kaura

Dancing to the beats of kaura

- by Binod Dhungana

Guests enjoying kaura dance performance at Tanahun Hilekharkha Community Homestay. These days, villagers who run homestay are attracting tourists preserving and showcasing their authentic tradition.

Homestay transforming Kulung

Homestay transforming Kulung

- by Shreehari Poudel

It has been a couple of years, lodging and sharing a residence with the locals while traveling has become prominent. Known as homestay, the act has also equally benefitted locals to generate income.

A fulfilling trip abroad with my family

A fulfilling trip abroad with my family

- by Aayush Simkhada

I went for a 10-day international trip with my family (mom and dad). And this was my first ever international air-trip, of course excluding India, where on July 23 we reached Singapore. I was excited to explore the international arena. As we reached the airport in Singapore, our guide received us and we headed toward the hotel in a coach bus.

5 foods to avoid on vacation

5 foods to avoid on vacation

- by Agencies

Vacations are hard to come by. For people who love to spend their vacation traveling having an upset stomach or being ill during travel is a big no. Here are a few foods to avoid on vacations:

Top 10 things to avoid while traveling

Top 10 things to avoid while traveling

- by Agencies

Travelling can be real relaxer from the daily tight schedule people live in. Besides you cannot live in the four corners of your house forever. In case you have packed your bags and grabbed your passports here are a few tips to avoid certain behavior in certain countries you are headed to.

Pokhara aspiring as a water sports destination

Pokhara aspiring as a water sports destination

- by Republica

Water sports have been a major tourist attraction for a long time in Nepal. Majority of tourists visit Pokhara, the major water sports destination in Nepal to enjoy their time in water-related sports. With an increase in tourists’ attention to sports, the local authorities are keen on the development of water sports. As a result, two lakes of Pokhara: Fewa Lake and Begnas Lake are being proposed as the venue for the same. In addition, few companies have been showing their interest in investing in water sports.