Nepali Ambassador to China Leela Mani Paudyal has said Nepal has planned to launch a campaign targeting 300 million Buddhist in China with a view to encourage them to visit Lumbini.
While welcoming the participants at a tourism promotion programme in Nepal jointly organised by the Embassy of Nepal in Beijing, Consulate General of Nepal in Guangzhou, Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agencies ( NATTA) with the support of Guangdong People’s Provincial Government in Guangzhou Friday, he informed the audiences about this, the Embassy of Nepal in Beijing said.
NTB officiating director Mr Sunil Sharma presented paper about attractions of Nepali tourism industry.
NATTA President Mr Madhusudan Acharya, highlighted their tourism promotional trips to China. During the programme, Nepali folk dances were performed by Nepali students in Guangzhou. Tour operators and Travel Agents and China also held B2B meeting during the programme.
Earlier in the morning, Ambassador Paudyal has a meeting with Deputy General of General Office of people’s Government of Guangdong Province, Mr Li Yi Wei. During the meeting, the two discussed several aspects of bilateral relations.
National Parks of Nepal
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