The view tower will be constructed in the current fiscal year, while Buddha park will be built next year!
In a bid to support the ‘Visit Nepal 2020’ campaign, the Province-3 State Tourism Minister Arun Prasad Nepal has inaugurated the construction of a View Tower and Buddha park at Bandeutar hill in Dolalghat on February 9, 2020.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister Arun said that the view tower will be constructed in the current Fiscal Year (FY) 2020, while Buddha park will be built next year.
He also said that the government is exploring potential tourism sites in the state.
Other delegates at the event include—
- Laxman Lamsal – State Assembly Member
- Uddhav KC – District Coordination Committee Kavrepalanchowk Chief
- Suresh Kakshypati – Dolalghat Chamber of Commerce and Industry Member
- Motilal Tamang – Bhumlu Rural Municipality-8 Chair
Earlier, the Province-3 State Ministry of Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment has introduced the plan for the construction of a view tower and Buddha park at the cost of Rs 55 million.
The State Government is also planning to complete the construction of picnic spots, 3 public toilets and a 586m-long slate pavement in the current FY.
Meanwhile, the Nepali Government has decided to open a cycle lane connecting all World Heritage sites of the Kathmandu Valley to attract foreign tourists.
The Nepali government has inaugurated the ‘Visit Nepal 2020’ campaign with an aim to attract 2 million tourists.
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