One Hour in Nepal: Nepal’s Longest Bridge Remains a Hidden Gem as Tourism Resources Focused Elsewhere

Neelam Chaudhary, 23, fishes in the Bhangalo Geruwa channel, below the Kothiyaghat Bridge in Nepal’s Bardiya district. It is the longest bridge in Nepal.

Yam Kumari Kandel, GPJ Nepal


In western Nepal’s Bardiya district, the recent construction of Nepal’s longest bridge has transformed life for residents, and its scenic setting is already attracting tourists from nearby districts. But despite its potential as a major tourist destination, experts and locals say the district has not received enough tourism promotion or development.

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