Morning Coffee Queries

Morning Coffee Queries, For interesting business ideas and experiences, entrepreneurs, students and start-ups can participate in Monday morning coffee queries. 19 December, 9 to 11 am, Bodhi Books and Bakes, Maharajgunj, Tickets:

Bird trail, Head out to Phulchoki hill for a day of bird watching with fellow bird lovers led by Ramesh Chaudhary.
17 December, 7 am onwards, Meeting point: Godawari buspark, (01) 4417805/4420213

Christmas party, Food, drinks, live French music, games and surprises at Alliance Française Kathmandu. 17 December, 2 to 7 pm, Alliance Française Kathmandu, Teku, (01) 4242832

Scenic trail, Run or hike through the scenic 15 kilometres of Changu Narayan to Nagarkot trail. All proceeds go to the Nagarkot Buddha Peace Garden and Clean Green Nagarkot movement. Both way transportation provided.    17 December, 9851192617/98414111789/9751041507, [email protected], Fee: Rs 1500, Transport provided from Nepal Tourism Board

Rajman’s Kathmandu, Don’t miss out on the exhibition of artist Rajman Singh’s mid-19th century drawings of Kathmandu Valley. Until 16 December, Taragaon Museum, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, Boudha, (01) 5178334

Brazilian cinema, Don’t miss the screening of Brazilian feature films and documentaries. Passes can be collected from the Brazilian Embassy, Maharajgunj. 18 December (Yatra 3 pm & Heleno 5 pm), Yala Maya Kendra, Patan Dhoka, (01) 472 1462 /3

Community arts, Take part in a two-day arts training for activists and teachers facilitated by MABELLEarts’s Leah Houston and Michael Burtt from Making Room Community Arts. 25 & 26 December, NexUs Culture Nepal, Maitri Marg, [email protected], Register at:, Rs 500

Yoga bootcamp, Mark your calendars for rigorous, energetic and intense four-days of yoga bootcamp.
18 to 31 December, Sooriya Wellness and Yoga centre, Lajimpat, [email protected]

Phantom of the Opera, Mark your calendars for the re-adaptation of Andrew Llyod Weber’s The Phantom of the Opera by Malpi International School students. 20 December, 5 pm onwards, 21 December, 3 pm onwards, Nepal Academy Hall, Tickets Available at: School City Office, Kamladi, (01) 4169119, Tukche Thakali Kitchen, Gairidhara, (01) 4430356, School Office, (011) 440080



Ghar-e-kabab, Serving the best of north Indian cuisine, with live Sarod recitals on some days. Hotel Annapurna, Darbar Marg, (01) 4221711

Hyatt Regency, Christmas goodies on offer. Choose your favourite from a variety of cakes, pies, puddings, cookies and chocolates. 16 to 31 December, 12 to 9 pm, Lobby lounge, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, Boudha, (01) 5171234

Haus Café, Pastas, pizzas, desserts, Haus does everything with equal perfection. Pulchok, (01) 2211777

Darbar Restaurant and Bar, Outlet specialising in delicious Japanese food and drinks, and also Continental and Nepali staples; spacious parking and a lush green garden. Hotel Kaze Darbar, Kamalpokhari, (01)4420737

Phat Kath, Offering French-ish food, a takeaway crêperie, low tables and hookahs for hippies, tables and chairs for normal people, and a formidable hip hop soundtrack for everyone. Thamel, 9816696571



Atithi Resort

Atithi Resort, A perfect place to stay, nearby pool, massage, sauna, and delicious food of your choice. Shantipatan, Lakeside, Pokhara. (061)466760 /400207, [email protected]

Balthali Village Resort, A small, cosy retreat with a bird’s eye view of green terrace fields dotted with ochre painted houses. Balthali, Kabhre, 9851075818

Hotel Landmark, Made entirely from traditional Nepali brick and woodcraft, this hotel is rich not only in heritage, but also in services and boasts an award winning restaurant, the Hungry Eye. Pokhara, (061)462908/3096/4897,

Temple Tree Resort and Spa, A peaceful place to stay, complete with a swimming pool, massage parlour, and sauna, it’ll be hard to leave once you go in. Gaurighat, Lakeside, (61)465819

Raniban Retreat, Situated at the other end of the Phewa lake and nested inside the Raniban forest and the World Peace Stupa, this retreat has one of the best views of the Annapurna range, Phewa lake, and Pokhara. World Peace Pagoda, Pokhara, (061)692136, 9841382053


Rubik Joshi

Rubik Joshi, Get ready for a night of fun and fine tunes as you listen to singer song-writer Rubik Joshi perform some hit music. 16 December, 7.30 to 10.30 pm, Base Camp, Jhamsikhel, 9841226397, Fee: Rs 200

Open mic night, Grab the mic and sing your heart out at the House of Music every Tuesday. House of Music, Thamel, 9851075172

Music for a cause, Be a part of this music event, organised by Drokpo, to raise funds for a pilgrimage for senior citizens. 17 December, 3 pm onwards, Behind Shechen Monastery , Mahankal,  9860113462

Acoustic night, Tap to the beats and hum to the tunes as Adrian Pradhan, Almoda Rana Uprety, Anuprastha, Neetesh Kunwar belt out some of their hits. 17 December, 7 pm onwards, Karma, Tripureshor

Live performance, Get into the Christmas spirit and come along to a day of live performances by 1974 A.D, Sabin Rai, Sugam Pokharel, Almoda Uprety and more. With mouth watering food from restaurants all around Nepal, don’t miss out on a fun day of music. 25 December, 11 am to 6 pm, Jawalakhel Football Ground, 9861060827

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