Reflections, An art and photography exhibition commemorating the first anniversary of the April 2015 earthquake by 25 Nepali and international artists. 25 April to 29 April, Patan Museum, Patan Darbar Square, (01) 5521492

TEDxPatan Adventures, Engage in a discussion about the role of technology and innovation in the long term reconstruction of earthquake damaged buildings in this edition of TedxPatan. 22 April, 3 pm onwards, Patan

One year on, Attend an art exhibition by the celebrated artist Hari Nepali as he walks you through the valley’s heritage sites he painted from memory and photographs alongside paintings of the same sites post earthquake. 25 to 30 March, Hotel Moonlight, Pakanjol, Thamel, 9841242309,

Face of hope, Experts discuss seismology, humanitarianism and reconstruction work in Nepal as the country nears the one-year anniversary of the April 2015 earthquake. Followed by a photo exhibition on life after earthquake in Nepal by Christopher Phillips. 22 April, 5.30 pm onwards, Alliance Française de Kathmandu, Tripureswor, (01)4241163,

World Book Day, Attend Sasto Book’s event to celebrate World Book Day featuring book swaps, meet with authors, and a book fair. The books that are left after the book swap shall be donated. Entry is free. 23 April, 11.30 am to 4 pm, Alliance Francaise de Kathmandu, (01) 4223839, 9808411663

Kathmandu Kora, Gear up for the challenge and ride to raise funds for birthing facilities in Nepal in the sixth edition of the Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge. Registration is free. 16 July, 7.30 am onwards, Mangalbazar

BAC Mela,  Local products, foodstuffs and a second-hand garage sale plus entertainment for the whole family at BAC’S monthly mela.  30 April, 12 pm to 7 pm, BAC Art Café, Pulchok,

Heritage ride, Join Tour De Lumbini, Kathmandu Cycle City 2020 and Cycle City Network Nepal as they ride along seven world heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley. 23 April, 8am onwards, Basantapur Darbar Square, 9841303867

The Missing Link, Park Gallery presents series two of its bimonthly exhibition with artworks by Saroj Bajracharya titled ‘The Missing Link’.  Until 30 May, Park Gallery, Pulchowk, (01) 5522307

Get sporty,  Run, ride or rock climb and participate in the fifth edition of Himalayan Outdoor Festival. 29 April to 1 May, Hattiban Hills, Pharping,, 9823287228/ 9843817625


Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Regency, Enjoy a sumptuous Italian-styled lunch at Hyatt’s Rox Restaurant featuring a variety of dishes like mushroom, leeks and sage pasta, homemade tagliatelle, lamb ravioli and a variety of risottos and desserts. Till 30 April, 6.30 pm to 10 pm, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, Boudha, (01) 4491234

Cafe Du Temple, Famous for its delicious food, warm ambience, and a beautiful roof top view. Patan Darbar Square, (01)5527127

Lazy Gringo, Fail-safe Mexican restaurant. The lemonade with refills is what won us over, but the food is mighty fine. Jawalakhel

Falcha, Give yourself away to the twin pleasures of lemon jeera chicken and mutton handi kabab. Jhamsikhel, Lalitpur

Singma Food Court, For the best Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine in town. Pulchok, 5009092 and Bhatbhateni, 4411078, [email protected],



Shangri-La Village Resort

Shangri-La Village Resort, Escape the heat this summer with a two day and three night package at Shangri La Village Resort in Pokhara. Gharipatan, Pokhara, Rs 7500 per person including one way transportation from Kathmandu, rafting and lunch (self transportation and non rafting package also available), (01)4420252/9808187015/9860260894

Mango Tree Lodge, Culture walks, rafting in the Karnali, wildlife exploration, and jungle safari at the Bardia National Park. Bhetani, Bardia, [email protected]

Neydo Monastery,  A monastery and guest house, Neydo is home to many significant religious sites of the great siddhas. Leave your troubles behind and book a room. Pharping, Kathmandu,

Pataleban Vineyard Resort, Japanese-influenced eco-resort with great views, jungle walks, and picnics.  Chisapani, Kathmandu, 9841679364

Tiger Mountain Lodge,  Situated 1000 ft above Pokhara valley, this resort offers spectacular views of Machhapuchchre, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu. www.tigermountainpokhara com,  (01)4426427, 9849194874


All about jazz

All about jazz,  Celebrate the fifth International Jazz Day with a concert followed by a jazz workshop organised by KJC. 30 April, 6 pm onwards, Moksh, Jhamsikhel, (01) 5013554

Rock for a cause, A fundraising event for the victims of the earthquake featuring Chinese indie rock band Wang Wen and Nepali rock band Monkey Temple. 23 April, 12 to 6 pm, Purple Haze, Thamel

Metal night, Book your seats for a night of hard-hitting heavy metal featuring bands Binaash, Aakrosh, Nude Terror, DISORDER, Crown Of Thrones and Vivace Octave. 30 April, 12 to 6pm, Reggae Bar, Thamel, (01)4700654

Hip Hop Mania, Don’t miss out on performances by hip hop and soul artists Adrienne Mac Davis and Felecia Cruz Doors. Entry fee Rs 300 23 April, 8.30 pm onwards, House of Music, Thamel, 9851075172

Music mania, Be part of the rock and roll mania with the 12th edition of the KCM Inter College Music Competition. Preliminary rounds on 15 and 16 April. Registration fee: Rs 5000, 10am onwards, 23 April, Jawalakhel Football Ground,  9849149154, 9849465316, 9813505758

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