Kanyam and Shree Antu attracts tourists who escape heat waves

Pashupatinagar, May 14: Kanyam and Shree Antu, bustling hill stations in east Nepal, have attracted numerous tourists seeking respite from the scorching heat. 

During this summer, people from Jhapa, Morang and Sunsari have thronged the hills of Kanyam and Shree Antu. The scorching heat is getting unbearable as most of the Tarai districts are grappling with soaring temperatures and heat waves lately.

Blooming gulmohar flowers on both sides of the Barne tea garden in Barne of Buddha Shanti Rural Municipality-4 emerge as a major attraction for the people heading towards the hills from Birtamod. People are seen taking photographs and videos to capture the beauty and serenity of the location. 

Nirmala Kattel from Fikkal, “We will miss the beauty of the fleeting moment if we don’t capture gulmohar trees blooming with red flowers in photographs.”

She said, “Everyone visiting the place at least take a picture with trees covered in red flowers and post it on social media. This has become a viral location.”

Manoj Prasai, Chairman of Buddha Shanti Rural Municipality, said, “Making security arrangements for the tourists has emerged as a challenge to the local authority after the tourists swarmed in such a large number to nearby hill stations and tea gardens.”

He said, “Local police are delegated with the task of ensuring the security of the tourists that have thronged in such a large number lately.” 

The area is cleaned every day to make sure tourists get to enjoy the beauty of the place, he added. 

The rural municipality has also constructed viewpoints from where tourists can get the best view of the location. Due to the inflow of tourists, the business activities too have increased in the area. 

Chairman Prasai said internal tourism could be promoted by collaborating with local hotels and resorts by offering attractive packages for the tourists wanting to visit these hill stations.

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