Bhadrapur, a calm suburban town of Nepal, is only 45 minutes flight away from Kathmandu and offers a gateway to the eastern Himalayan regions such as Ilam, Taplejung, Panchthar and trekking to the base camp of Kanchanjunga.
Biratnagar, a sub-metropolitan and Nepal’s second largest city is located in Koshi Zone on the southern Terai belt of Nepal, near the south-eastern border with India.
Tumlingtar is a region and a city, in Eastern Nepal, between Arun river and Sabha River in Zone. The area is also known for the temple of Hindu goddess, Manakamana, known as Manakamana of Tumlingtar, situated 2.5 km north from Tumlingtar Airport.
Janakpur is the administrative headquaters of Dhanusa District of Janakpur zone. Located 400 Km south-east of Kathmandu, Janakpur has a substantial tourist industry due to its importance as a Hindu pilgrimage destination.It is also home to the only operational railway in Nepal.
Bharatpur is a city in the central-southern part of Nepal. Located in Chitwan Valley, its common and unofficial name is Narayangadh and is widely referred as such. Bharatpur is the district headquarters of the Chitwan District, as well as a separate Municipal authority, and is the seventh largest city of Nepal. It lies on the banks of Narayani River and serves as a commercial centre of Chitwan district and central region of Nepal.
The enchanting city has several beautiful lakes and offers stunning panoramic views of the Fishtail Mountain flanked by the Majestic Himalayas.
Lumbini is a World Heritage Site that attracts tourists from all over the world.
Bhairahawa is the gateway to Lumbini, the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautam (Lord Buddha), a medieval Prince who later renounced his privileges and became a monk preaching peaceful co-existence and a philosophy to living called ‘Buddhism’.
Nepalgunj, is located in Banke district, near Nepal's southern border with India It is the transport hub for western, mid-western and far-western regions of Nepal. The nearest Indian border is about 8 Km South of Nepalgunj.
Nepalgunj is an important business centre for more than 5 regions (Bheri, Rapti, Mahakali, Karnali, Seti).
Dhangadi is the city in Western Nepal on the border with India. It is the district headquater of Kailali District in the province of Seti and the largest city in the Far-Western region of Nepal. The city is well connected with other major cities of Nepal and the Indian stat of Uttar Pradesh. The airport is located 10KM away from city.The place is facilitated with all kinds of necessities.