This is a round Tibetan Eight Auspicious symbol Aluminium fridge magnet from Nepal. Fridge magnet are the gift items and they are generally use to ...View full details
Nepali handmade paper is crafted in the traditional way from the bark of Daphne Cannabina, commonly known as LOKTA among Nepalese, an under-storey ...View full details
This is a round embossed Chenrezig fridge magnet from Nepal. Fridge magnet are the gift items and they are generally use to clip the important info...View full details
This fridge magnet is made of glass that has Tibetan eight auspicious symbol. the eight symbols are, The Endless Knot, The Treasure Vase, The Lotus...View full details
Fair Trade Greeting card with a batik stupa print done on cotton fabric and glued to a lokta paper greeting card. These cards are made by artisans...View full details
This is a very special edition of 3 sets of Nepalese Lokta Paper Small Notebook which has a cover printed with Elephant. These journal books are ma...View full details
Mostly you will be doing your shopping in Thamel in Kathmandu or Lakeside in Pokhara. There are other shopping areas such as Durbar Marg or Babar Mahal Revisited that might attract you if you have time to visit them. These two areas provide you with upmarket (original) sportswear, jewellery and electronic shops, and unique gift and material shops, respectively.
In Thamel and Lakeside you will find that most shops sell the same things – trekking gear and clothing and souvenirs. The only thing we can say is, if you are after a higher priced article such as Pashmina shawls, Tibetan carpets or local jewelry, take your time with your purchases and don’t feel pressured to buy something you are not really happy with.
Apart from the store visit, there is an alternative and you can get those souvenirs related to Himalayas, Temples, Buddhist products, Prayer Flags, Buddha Statues, Prayer Beads Malas etc and that is our online store nepacrafts.com. You could buy these products from any where and from desktop and mobile devices.