Celebrate nature

Celebrate nature, This World Environment Day, join the masses as they come out on the streets to mark the day dedicated to Mother Nature. 5 June

Climate Change, Attend a photography exhibition on climate change by photographers Kishor Sharma and Narendra Mainali. More on pages 8-9. 3 to 5 June, 9am to 4pm, Nepal Tourism Board, Bhrikutimandap

Go organic, Get your hands on fresh farm produce, juices, coffee and all things organic at the Farmer’s Market in Bu Keba. 4 June, 7am to 12pm, Bu Keba, Lalitpur, (01) 5524368  

The Little Prince, Don’t miss out on Studio 7’s musical based on A.S. Exupery’s famed novel The Little Prince. 27 May to 12 June, 7pm onwards, every Friday to Sunday, Hotel Vajra, (01) 4271545, Rs 1000 & Rs 500 (for students)

Basketball in wheelchairs, Cheer six male and three female teams on as they participate in a wheelchair basketball league championship organised by ENGAGE, with the support of the Swiss Embassy and Turkish Airlines. Until 9 July, Army Physical Training or Sports Centre-Lagankhel, 9813053115, or

Cycle for environment, Take part in a cycle rally organised by Kathmandu Cycle City 2020 and Cycle City Network Nepal to mark World Environment Day 2016. 4 June, 7am onwards, Jawalakhel, Bhrikutimandap,

Hidden treasures, An exhibition of photographs and portraits of the Ranas from the private collection of Kamala Lama. Till 13 June, Siddhartha Art Gallery, Baber Mahal Revisited, (01) 4218048/4433930

Design Meet, Attend the third edition of the Design Meet and seize the chance to learn the tricks of the trade in graphic design. 4 June, 8.30 am onwards, 8 Degrees, Jhamsikhel,

Heritage walk, Explore the alleyways of Patan in a heritage walk organised by the Rotaract Club of Kupondole and Know Your Heritage. 11 June, 8 am onwards, Mangalbazar, 9849592287,


Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Regency, Enjoy a sumptuous four-course meal with wine as a perfect complement, at the Rox Restaurant. 3 June, 6.30 to 9.30pm, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, Boudha, 9802050429

Bajeko Sekuwa, Relish a wide variety of meat delicacies at a discounted price in addition to a live band performance in Bajeko Sekuwa. 3 June, 5pm onwards, Lajimpat outlet, (01) 4441672

The Old House, For times when you want to splurge in true Parisian style. Darbar Marg, (01) 4250931

Irish Pub, Not only does it feel like one, but it’s authentic all the way, down to the original recipes from the owner’s wife. Ananda Bhawan, Lazimpat, 4416027

Lazy Gringo, Fail-safe Mexican restaurant. The lemonade with refills is what wins diners over, and the food is mighty fine. Bring your own booze though. Jawalakhel, Open daily 11am- 9pm except Mondays, 9818001617/(01) 2210527



Buddha Maya Gardens Hotel

Buddha Maya Gardens Hotel, Add value to your travel in Lumbini with a stay at probably the best hotel in the area. Lumbini, (71)580220, 9801033109,

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

Atithi Resort & Spa, A quiet sanctuary that fuses Nepali tradition with modern amenities, complete with a fancy pool and a cosy restaurant. Lakeside, Pokhara, (06)1466760,

Water Front Resort, This eco-friendly resort has it all, whether it be birdwatching, paragliding, horse riding, mountain biking or boating. Lakeside, Pokhara, (061) 466303

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


Ciney Gurung live

Ciney Gurung live, Fine dining, with Ciney Gurung serenading for you. Rs 2,000 nett per person. very Friday, 7pm onwards, Shambala Garden Cafe, Hotel Shangri-La, (01) 4412999

Music and art, An amalgamation of music and live art featuring contemporary artist Sadhu X paired with melodious tunes by Irina and her band members. Rs 200, 4 June, 6.30 to 9.30pm, Base Camp, Jhamsikhel, 9818204874

Top of the World Festival, Join the Top of the World Festival at Jiri with music and art, held in celebration of Buddha Jayanti. Tickets available at 4 to 5 June, 11am onwards, Jiri, Dolakha

Tribute to Slayer, Vomiting Snakes gets together with some of the big names in the Nepali music scene to pay tribute to the late Jeff Hanemman, Slayer’s guitarist. 18 June, 2pm, Purple Haze, Thamel, Rs 300 (advance sale), Rs 500 (door sale)

Rock’estival, Veteran music artists come together with newcomers in the industry to relive the glory days of rock and roll music. Rs 1,500 (advance sale), Rs 2,000 (door sale), 4 June, 7 to 11.30pm, The Victory Lounge, Durbarmarg

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