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Scope of Tourism in Butwal Nepal

Destination: Butwal 
Highlights:
Birendra Park
It is a popular place for having a picnic with beautiful gardens, colorful flowers and green trees. Furthermore, visitors can joy at the outdoor market nearby which is held twice a week.
Siddha Baba Temple Butwal
Located in Palpa, this famous temple is one of the most popular pilgrimage places for Hindu devotees. Siddha Baba Temple Butwal worships Lord Shiva; many people believe that if they visit the temple regularly, the Shiva will bless and respond their wishes.
Nuwakot Hill Top
Situated in the northeast of Butwal, Nuwakot is a small hill top with a high altitude which will offer you a spectacular view of Himalayan range.
Buddha Statue
It is a symbol of Siddhartha Gautama, the prince who found this statue. The statue is a system including three main philosophies which are: Mahayana, Theravada, and Vajrayana.
Lumbini
Lying in the district of Nepal and near the Indian border, Lumbini is the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama. It is also the place where Buddha lived until he was 29 years old.
Manimukunda Park
This park is also known as Phoolbari and be well-known for the Akhileshwar Mahadev Temple. It is also a suitable and beautiful place to have a wedding and other activities.

Sainamaina Museum
This is an open museum which is located in 12km in the west of Butwal. Visitors can see some historical treasures and you will love this museum if you are an archeology-lover.Jitgadhi Fort
This is also an interesting place to visit in Butwal. This fortress was built during the Anglo-Nepal war and be one of the symbols of Butwal.Best time:The best times to visit Butwal for ideal weather is November first to March last.Accommodation:There are enough hotels and lodges in the Butwal of low range to high range. You may get high standard hotels there which may cost a bit high and you may enjoy low cost in normal standard hotels.Transportation:In order to get to Butwal from kathmandu, you must go to new bus park. Public buses run every hour although try get there no later than 10am, otherwise you may be driving in the dark.Description:Crowded, dry and dusty, Butwal has all the hallmarks of a typical Terai city, its bustling streets dominated by bell-ringing rickshaws. Sitting on an ancient trade route from the Indian plains towards the Himalaya, it remains an important trade and transport hub at the crossroads of the north–south Siddhartha Hwy and east–west Mahendra Hwy. Nevertheless, Butwal is a dry well when it comes to tourism, so most pass right through. 

Archaeologists have identified a village 15km east of Butwal as the site of the kingdom of Devdaha, home to Maya Devi, the mother of Siddhartha Gautama, otherwise known as the Buddha. There’s a small memorial park on the site, signposted off the Mahendra Hwy towards Narayangarh.