Word Warriors, Learn about the art of slam poetry from this prominent spoken word group. 19 February, 3pm, Chamber of Commerce, Narayanghat, Chitwan
Gypsy Swing, Groove to the rhythms of gypsy swing with Hari Maharjan and friends. 19 February, 7 to 9.30 pm, Base Camp, Arun Thapa Chok, 9841226397
Canvas art, Canadian artist Robin Luoma’s exhibition of silkscreen prints on canvas alongside live art in collaboration with Artlab. 19 February, 5.30 pm, Image Ark Gallery, Patan Darbar Square, (01)5006665, [email protected]
Run to Unite, Join the fun and participate in the Kantipur Hero Half Marathon. 19 February, 7am onwards,
Kantipur Publication Premises, Tinkune
Master trumpet, Master classes with trumpet player, arranger and composer from Germany, Jonas Winterhalter. Group workshop Rs 200, private class Rs 900 per hour 26 February, 11am, Kathmandu Jazz Conservatory, Jhamsikhel, (01)5013554, [email protected]
Cosplay contest, Compete at Otaku Next’s cosplay competition. 5 March, 10.30 am to 4.30 pm, Chhahari Services, Baluwatar, (01)4424692, [email protected]
Diwas Gurung Live, Acclaimed song writer and guitarist Diwas Gurung is back in K-town. 19 February, 6pm onwards, Moksh, Rs 300
Asian Enduro Series, An opportunity to ride on exciting terrains with the first Asian Enduro Series. 5 to 10 April, Kathmandu, Tickets available at www.enduro.asia
BAC Mela, Local products, foodstuff and a second-hand garage sale plus entertainment for the whole family in BAC’S second monthly mela. 27 February, 2pm, BAC Art Café, Pulchok, www.bikaplaartcenter.org
Miniature Composite, Learn how to plan, shoot and edit miniature composites with Sattya Media Arts Collective. 27 February to 29 February, 11am to 3pm, Sattya Media Arts Collective, Jawalakhel, Course Fee: Rs 1700
Shahid Mallya Live, Enjoy soulful sufi and electronic music with Shahid Mallya and Elektro Sufi. 4 March, 7pm onwards, The Malla Hotel, Lainchaur, Kathmandu, 9813089163
Sports Films, The second edition of the sports and tourism film festival organised by Nepal Tourism Board. 19 to 20 February, 11am to 5pm, Nepal Tourism Board, Exhibition Road, (01)4256909
Himalayan Rush, Gear up for the fifth edition of the Himalayan Rush triathlon series and experience the thrill of trail running, cycling and fresh water swimming. 26 March, Begnas, Pokhara, (01)5550758/ (01)5550759
In the lap of Annapurnas
Rupakot Resort offers the perfect getaway spot, pampering guests in the lap of luxury amid stunning views of the Annapurnas. The sprawling estate sits on top of Rupakot Hill, 1,100m above sea level, giving guests a sweeping view of Lake Begnas and Rupa in the valley below.
The spectacular view is reason enough to wake up early to catch the sunrise, though the lavish rooms may persuade you otherwise. With queen-sized beds, an en-suite bathroom and private balcony, you may find yourself perfectly content with staying in the room all day.
Start your day right with a meal at Panorama Restaurant. Executive Chef Raj Lama whips up a variety of delicious fare, from traditional Nepali dishes to continental classics.
The newly-opened 42-room resort grows its own organic greens and root vegetables and has a small dairy farm. It also uses biogas to power its facility.
Rupakot’s environmental ethos makes it an ideal place for nature lovers, with ample hiking and mountain biking trails, and plenty of opportunities for bird watching. Take a 30-minute walk up to the nearby temple, or take the path less travelled and follow in Prince Charles’ footsteps along the Royal Trek route.
Whether you are looking for adventure or some peace and quiet, Rupakot Resort is the perfect place for a weekend getaway.
(61) 622660 / (01)4004687 /9856038043