Buddha Maya Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsBuddha Maya Garden Hotel Lumbini
Nice building and big rooms.
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August 29, 2001
Zhangmu to Kathmandu
Checking out of China emigration went smoothly and we hired a taxi (20Y) for the winding trip from Zhangmu down the mountainside to Kodari in Nepal. The distance between the two towns is probably only a kilometer, as the crow flies, but it takes 8 kilometer by road. Across the river from Kodari our taxi …
A 7am start for the 7 hour ridiculously bumpy bus ride across the Himalayas. My bump-metre has gone up to include getting airborne multiple times. Although we are at the bottom of the Himalayas, it's still between 1500-400m above sea level. We wind our way down from the mountains on a public bus around the edge of the cliff, so narrow at times its …
Vandaag hebben we het natuurpark van Shitwan achter ons gelaten na een vroege en mooie natuurwandeling. Hier zijn we dan op het laatste moment nog een wild neushoornjong tegengekomen dat een wees is en tussen de huizen dikwijls komt grazen. Op zen minst Some rear encounters. Nadien zijn we dicht bij de grens met Indie gereden tot aan de geboorte …
... for food and drink and we were immediately surrounded by throngs of people looking at the bike and us and all wanting to talk to us. Refreshed once more we departed to people waving farewells! Finally we arrived at the checkpoint for Bardia National Park,and stopped beside a soldier to ask if this was the right place for Ambasa. "Where are you from.?" "England." A big beaming smile emerged and he thrust his hand out to shake hands. "Welcome to Nepal." Not many border guys like ...
Our last stop in Nepal was Lumbini which is famous for being the birth site of Buddha. He supposedly was born in 623 B.C. In this small village. Today people from all over the world travel there to see his birth site. The site is now a world heritage site. In fact the UN has a project to make a peace park with Buddhist temples ...