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Meet our Staff

Sunil worked in LBG eight years ago. As a young fresher he had to learn many things very quickly at LBG. And this he accomplished in no time.

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My Experience

This is my seventh times in Lumbini Buddha Garden (LBG). It will be injustice to LBG and their team members if I make a greediness to spill my word in this blog.

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Managing the place

Susobhan was born in Kathmandu and after a fair college education his parents sent him for gaining a diploma in hotel management from Singapore. He returned back to Nepal after completing two years' diploma and tried several outlets in Kathmandu. Looking for something new he moved down to Chitwan and worked for the Rhino Residency Resort for about a year.

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The Food King

Kabi grew up in a small village close to the oldest temple of Nepal, Changu Narayan--Bhaktapur that sits on the hill overlooking the beautiful riverscape of Manohara river. He worked in Banaras (=Varanasi) in a well-known hotel with nearly 80 rooms for about five years. This was the start of his career from India in 1993 –and after working there he returned back to Nepal. He was destined to work for 12 solid years for a mountain resort in Nagarkot as its main chef. He saw Nagarkot change from small hill town with a few tiny thatch roof guest houses to a town of much bigger, luxurious hotels within this period. He also decided that he should gain some experience from the rising middle east economy and worked three years in Dubai, the hub of west Asia. With over 23 years' experience in all these places, Kabi has seen more world than many others and cooked for 1000s of guests!

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My Lumbini Visit After Six Years

I have visited Lumbini many times since 2007. I had an opportunity to participate in National Workshop on Mid-Winter Water Bird Count which was held in Lumbini Buddha Garden (LBG), Lumbini for the first time. Since then I was connected with Dr. Hem Sagar Baral and did many bird surveys and awareness programs around this area.

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A place like no others at Lumbini

The Lodge had transformed compared to what it was then, but had still preserved many of the excellent qualities of its beginning. Nature was still in the centre of the development (one dozen additional rooms had been added since) and although some wildlife habitat had shrunk even here, the place is still like no others at Lumbini. We had originally planned just one night but ended up extending additional two days as my 8 yrs old daughter liked the place so much and insisted!

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Awesome place

I was on my way to Nepal after finishing wonderful three weeks in India. I traveled in a group with other 9 people, most of whom were Aussie like myself. Crossing Indo-Nepal border in a bus at Sunauli, I realized in this part of Nepal the terrain and look of the houses very similar as in most of India I had traveled. We were spending first night of Nepal in Lumbini Buddha Garden.

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Festival Time!

Looking for a peaceful holiday with your friends and family? Visit Lumbini Buddha Garden as there is no better place than this in Lumbini!

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