Mo:Mo: mania

Mo:Mo: mania, the biggest momo festival in Nepal, including free drinks, live music, and games for children. Rs 650 for adults, Rs 450 for children, 23 February, Bhrikuti Mandap, 3pm

Pranamaya Yoga, an Ashtanga yoga weekend retreat in the hills with Ellen Johannesen. Rs 11,500, 23 to 24 February, Namo Buddha Resort,

Sustainable workshops, learn how to make briquettes and a recycled roof so that you can lower your electricity bill. Rs 150 per day, 28 to 3 March, 10am to 4pm, Hariyo Chowk,

Mustang, a spiritual odyssey, an exhibition that showcases thangkas, photographs, sand mandala, installations, and dance from Mustang. Runs till 13 March, Siddartha Art Gallery

Eco fair, see a wealth of stalls and activities on what local schools and businesses are doing to promote the protection of the environment. Rs 50, 22 February, 2.30pm, The British School, Jhamsikhel, (01)5521794

Cycle rally, students of British School invite you to participate in their rally to raise funds for a charity in Dhading.

23 February, 7.30am, Patan-Basantapur-Jhamsikhel, 9851109546 Documentary film-making workshop, explore principles and components of social-issue documentaries with Czech-Canadian film-maker Kristyna Balaban.

Rs 2,500, 20 February to 6 March, Sattya Media Arts, Jawalakhel,

The play of plays, see this humourous play to know how frantic it is during a theatre production. Rs 100 and Rs 200, runs till 2 March, Sarwanam Theatre, Kalikasthan

Mustang trail race 2013, be part of a group of atheletes and get the experience of a lifetime by running through the roof of the world. 27 April to 10 May,

Wall spiders, come and see 100 young male and female climbers compete in scaling walls as they prove their worth in lead, speed, and boulder categories. Rs 200 to register in competition, 22 to 23 February, 10am onwards, Astrek Climbing Wall, Bhagwan Bahal, Thamel, (01)4419265


Himalayan Pizza

Himalayan Pizza, this Italian restaurant has enough options to keep both adults and children coming back for more. Thamel

Tian Rui, if you’re looking for genuinely good Chinese food this restaurant is the place to go. Thapathali

Cafe Cheeno, comfortable and elegant, Cafe Cheeno is the perfect place to have a cup of coffee and chat with friends. Patan Dhoka

The Village Cafe, authentic Newari food straight from the heart. Pulchok

Noyoz, this tiny little joint serves food that tastes like your mother’s home-cooking. Bhatbhateni

Yeok Teck, the most intriguing part of the menu is the variety of 'mock meat' dishes on offer. Bhanimandal

Heritage Kitchen and Bar, quick, friendly service, good Thai food, and the charm of the refurbished old Newari building. Thamel

Mulchowk, the blend of culinary expertise and charms of a bygone era. Babarmahal

Kasi, spread out over a large terrace overlooking Phora Darbar, Kasi offers a delectable plate of Newari delicacies. Darbar Marg

Backyard, incredibly reasonable prices, modest and simple food has made this restaurant a favourite among Nepalis and foreigners alike. Jhamsikhel

Bombay Masala, flays the limits of geography with a wide variety of cuisine. Pulchok

Buzz, the food at Buzz is good and wholesome, it will leave your palate buzzing. Baluwatar

Capital Grill, the American style diner offers a large assortment of appetisers and entrees to suit everyone’s tastes. Bhatbhateni

Just Baked, haven for those with a sweet tooth. Battisputali

Bagaicha, serves Nepali, Indian, Chinese, Continental, and Thai dishes. Jawalakhel



Mum's Garden Resort

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, (061)463468,

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 get here. Gaurighat, Lakeside, (61)465819

Himalayan Wellness Centre, a one-stop centre for a relaxed mind and healthy body inside the Park Village Hotel. Budhanilkantha, open all week, 9801066661,


Come taste the band

Come taste the band, spread the word around, Deep Purple’s gonna be in town - first and last chance to catch the legendary band live in Kathmandu. 15 March, Dasrath Rangasala, Tripureswor

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