King’s day

King’s day, A special flea market where you can sell or buy new and second hand goods, books, clothes plus promote projects, show off your talents and participate in traditional Dutch games. 25 April, Summit Hotel, Kupondole, 9851023251, 9818233101, (01)5523444, (01)5521810

Up-cycling training, A workshop to teach volunteers how to present ‘upcycling’, a form of recycling that creatively turns waste into useful items, to teach school children. Open 25 individuals, 29 April, 9am to 11am, Clean up Nepal office, Minbhawan, 9841381046,

Radiant Women, An exhibition of photographs by Natalie de Oliveira celebrating women fighting against trafficking. Till 25 April, Manga Hitti, Patan Darbar Square, (01)5011221,,

Tattoo convention, The 5th International Nepal tattoo convention. Rs.200/day or Rs.500 for 3 days. 24 to 26 April, 10am to 8pm, Yak & Yeti Hotel, Darbar Marg,

In retrospective, An exhibition of the works of Nepali draftsman, Birendra Pratap Singh, from 1971 to 2015. Till 26 April, Nepal Art Council Gallery, Babar Mahal, (01)4218048,

Pablo, A solo performance by Najir Husen, which tells the story of a man whose desire can never be fulfilled. Touched, grieved and frightened by his desire, Pablo loses his mind. 27 April, 2pm and 5.30pm, Mandala Theatre, (01)41268130, 9803247787, 9840071934

Tour de Lumbini, A four-day cycle rally to Lumbini. 1 to 5 May, 9841303867,,

Etched art, An exhibition of etchings by recipients of the Australian Himalayan Foundation Art Award Program 2014, Saurganga Darshandhari and Surendra Maharjan. Till 5 May, Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babar Mahal Revisited, (01)4218048,

Objects in the Mirror, An exhibition of diverse media through which Kurchi Dasgupta tries to decipher her location as an anthropocene vis-a-vis failing states, war and economic inequality. Inauguration on 2 May at 5pm, exhibition till 9 May, 10am to 6.30pm, City Museum, Darbar Marg, 9808563570,,

Remembering the Lost sculptures, A series of photo-realistic paintings by artist Joy Lynn Davis documenting community response to the theft of stone sculptures from Kathmandu Valley, and research about the sites where the sculptures originated. Till 22 May, Nepal Art Council, Babar Mahal, (01)4220735,

Women power, Nine Nepali artists get together for a group exhibition, Kedar Bhakta Mathema. Till 30 April, Newa Chen Art Gallery, Kulimha, Kobahal, Patan, (01)5533532,

Root Down, A festival of urban culture with film screenings, live music, skateboarding and free workshops on breakdancing and djing. 12 to 16 May, Alliance française of Kathmandu, Tripureshwor, (01)4241163,


Dhokaima Café

Dhokaima Café, Try Indigenous cocktails at the Rukhmuni Bar. Patan Dhoka, (01)5522113,

Mulchowk, Select your special dinner from set ala-carte menu or regular menu while enjoying classical fusion, folk music by ‘Mul’ band. Babar Mahal Revisited, (01)4259801

Manny’s, Head down for some delicious Corn Fritters, Pad Thai Noodles, Crispy Crunch Potatoes and don’t forget their signature Manny’s Spicy Wings. All served with fine hospitality in an excellent space. Jawalakhel, (01)5536919

La Casita de Boudhanath, Enjoy a host of Mediterranean cuisine with a breathtaking view of the Boudhanath Stupa. Boudha, 9813614384

Fire&Ice, For the best Italian pizzas in town. Thamel, (01)4250210



Park Village Resort

Park Village Resort, Far away from the maddening crowd, yet so close to the city. Budhanilkantha, (01)4375280,

The Yellow House, Bed and breakfast for the light traveller. Sanepa, (01)5553869/5522078,

Shivapuri Cottage, Escape the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu and enjoy peace, tranquility, good food, and fresh air. Rs 3,500 per person per night inclusive of dinner and breakfast. Budhanilkantha, 9841371927

Mum’s Garden Resort, Head out to Pokhara for a peaceful and comfortable stay in beautifully designed cottages surrounded by a lush green garden with great views of Phewa Lake and the Annapurna range. Lake Side, Pokhara, (06)1463468,

Gokarna Forest Resort, A numinous paradise that relaxes you and encourages meditation, just a 20-minute drive away from Kathmandu. Gokarna, (01)4451212,


Universal Religion

Universal Religion, A four-day music fest celebrating the best in electronic dance music. 24 to 27 April, Kakani, Call for tickets: 9802013960,,,

Brasspackers live, This eleven piece brass band, all the way from France, is sure to get your body moving and your soul grooving. 24 April, 8pm, Base Camp Arun Thapa Chok, 9841226397,

Cool Pool Grind, Three Nepali DJs go on tour to seven cities of the country for the coolest parties. 1 to 16 May, 9801014127,,

Jazz celebrations, Seven jazz bands of Kathmandu perform live as part of the International Jazz Day. 30 April, Patan Darbar Square, 2pm to 5pm, (01)5013554,

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