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Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA certified) for Kathmandu Guest House by the Government of Nepal. Ministry of Forests and Environment Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Cvil Aviation The KGH Group of Hotels and Resorts, a leading hotel chain in Nepal first established its first 13-room guest house in Thamel in 1968 namely Kathmandu Guest House (KGH). Since...
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Dr. Iwamura Memorial Hospital and Eye Care Clinic team has visited Kathmandu Guest House to conduct a day health camp. The camp was conducted among KGH Staffs where all age group staffs were benefited. Staffs were provided free dental and eye checkup also they were taught about basic precautions.
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The KGH Group is proud to be supporting Doug Scott’s remarkable development and social work through his organization CAN (community action Nepal) : 1) Khumjung Heritage House, Khumbu- CAN is rebuilding Pertemba Sherpa’s 300 year old house to its former glory. The house will be built in the traditional style and become a heritage museum....
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The legend of yesterday Doug Scott CBE, first to ascent the South West face of Everest honors the legends of today –  Nirmal Purja shattering world records of soon being the fastest climber of the 14 highest peaks. @14dawa Chang Dawa Sherpa youngest climber in the world of all 14 highest peaks and Mingma Sherpa,...
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KGH Group winner of Resilient Tourism Business Award 2019. Thank you IIPT and Nepal Tourism Board for this award.
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World's Largest Vajra
“Vajra” in Sanskrit or “Dorje” in Tibetan, meaning both “THUNDERBOLT” and “DIAMOND”. As in the legends, Vajra was used as a weapon by Lord Indra to create thunderbolts upon demons and in the spiritual context Vajra was and is used as an important tool in performing ceremonies in Buddhism and Hinduism rituals.
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