For rent in Pokhara,Damside - Fully Furnished Bangalow
I'm currently living in KTM with my husband but we are planning to move to Pokhara at the end of this month (May).
We are looking for a furnished 3 or 4 bedroom house. If you have any information I would be very grateful.
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Hello, if you are looking for a fully furnished bangalow in Pokhara, Damside:
2 small single bedrooms
1 kichen with storeroom
1 dining room with living room
3 lounge rooms
3 attach bathrooms
2 spare bathrooms
1 spare toilet
Front garden and parking space
Back enough space for garden, vegetables and of design of your own models.
Centre to Airport (just 2 mins by car), market places and Lakeside.
I would love to hear some more about the apartment, if you could write some about it or you can mail me at email@example.com
I'm looking for a rental house, 2~3rooms, suitable for foreigners, near Thamel could be nicer.
I'm just beginner to live in kathmandu.
can anyone give me advice how to find rental houses in kathmandu?
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I have a 4 bedroom house,, dhapasi,, 20 minutes drive from thamel ,,, if that suits you
Me and my family are looking for a:
Furnished house, with a yard
in the Pokhara area.
To rent for 2-3 months between Februari and April of 2015.
We have a young son, (3 years) so if the property is child friendly that would be helpful.
Grateful for all information,
Better idea - come to Pokhara and stay for 2-3 day in hotel
Right now - there is a lot of appartment for rent
from 15000 - 50000 NPR per month
fully furnished 1-2 bedroom and all appliance.
I can grab some advert for You with phones - best bargain is from owner an not agent
Real estate website usually dont have this houses at database
good to hear about you coming to Nepal.U can check nepali real state websites for your convenience!!
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I will be living for several months in Nepal, mostly in Bhaktapur. I am told that mattresses there are very hard and so I may want to buy a foam pad to make it more comfortable. Is it possible to buy simple foam sleeping pads in Kathmandu or nearby? If so where, and at what price?
I have friends who live not far from Kathmandu and they say they most people sleep on very hard, straw-like mattresses, and that they have never seen anyone selling a simple foam mattress for a house bed.
Another friend who recently visited said he never saw a foam mattress in the inexpensive hotels he stayed in, nor in the places he stayed when he went trekking.
Is there anyone who actually lives there who can give me specific information?
Also can you buy good mosquito bed nets?
If you have an answer to this, please be specific, names, addresses, prices if you know.
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Thanks to all of you. Detailed info like that is really useful.
Nice to hear that you will be soon arriving to Kathmandu.I have to say that your friends have not shopped that much.Although the people here are used to sleeping at hard mattress,you can easily find soft mattresses at the market and mosquito net is not a big deal.If anything is not available here they can get it in a week from India.The cost shall be from 10k to25k..
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I am a retired man, Dutch citizen, who may live in Nepal, perhaps work for a non-profit organization, perhaps not. Can anyone give me very general information about taxes there? What is the tax rate? Is there a wealth tax? If so how much?
Thanks for any info.
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For the foreign citizen you do neet to pay tax. But if you want to live in Nepal as business man you need pay Income Tax : 10% to 25% or Value added tax 13%. No other taxes needed to pay. For the NGO, if you work as a worker in an organization you need pay 10% of income. if you need my assistance i happily help you Residential visa (60+ age), or Business visa. you can reach me at manojgiri at gmail dot com, in Bagbazar, Bhaktapur or Thamel too
A reader commented on the Expat Report Culture Shock in Kathmandu, Nepal
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Good answers. I laughed when you said everyone asking if you can get them a visa. HAHHAHA that happens constantly The frustration is a big issue here. The way things are done in business and many things are so obviously not a good way and could be much easier with simple changes that Nepalese will not change. Examples like buying food and having no where to sit and no garbage cans or constantly trying to over charge people because they are white. Poor education and fear of change I think cause this along with malnutrition. It is hard to not get frustrated or angry. Thanks for the laugh :)
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Remember, it's not "our" country. I wouldn't criticize how Nepalis do business. It's how they do business. We can adapt, or not.