As per the publication, Nepal is speedily bouncing back from the twin earthquake and the fuel embargo imposed in the year 2015.
“It remains a fabulous choice for budget-conscious travelers, who can access the best of its world-famous trekking routes and underrated wildlife for well south of US$ 50 a day.
Today, only half of the original garden is in existance.
Garden of Dreams was restored in cooperation with Austrian Government during the period of 2000 to 2007.
Garden of Dreams has enthralled the visitors ever since it was opened to their delight.
To take things into perspectives, Garden of Dreams is our identity as well as national heritage where we can feel proud.
Life is the path of ups and down, so we need someone who shows the ways by taking the hands.It has improved the quality of life of the denizens of Kathmandu valley as well as the tourists want to spend.It refreshes and rejuvenates the mind, body and soul with its ambience and amenities.The Garden of Dreams today stands as an exemplary work of transforming history into magnificent modern amenity to lure tourists.We leave no stone unturned to protect and preserve this oasis of peace and tranquility without compromising its sanctity.