Assortments of dairy products are available. High-quality Yak, Goat and Sheep cheese are very popular and exported globally. Hard cheese refer to as Chhurpi by the locals is also popular and widely exported.
Also referred to as Lokta paper, is artisan handmade paper indigenous to Nepal. Lokta paper is highly durable, today the paper use is widespread. Australia, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Taiwan, Hong Kong and India are major importers.Typical uses include gift wrapping, wallpapers, painting, and decorations, just to name a few.
Nepal is the second richest country in inland water resources and yet Nepal has 12-18 hours load shedding every day. It has over 83000 megawatt capacity of hydro-electricity power. Both Public and Private sectors are seeking international investment. The electricity demand is rapidly increasing, many opportunities for international investment exist. Many hydropower projects and associated companies seeking international investment are also expected to participate.
Nepali carpets are handmade using wool, silk, and cotton. Varieties of designs are popular in the market including Tibetian, Kashmiri, Persian, other modern and traditional Nepali. These high quality, highly durable carpets are made of 60% or 80% or 100% knots. Carpets made in Nepal are environmental friendly, elegant and used for home furnishing and decorations. Carpets are one of the highest exported products of Nepal.
Nepali garment industries include manufacturer and exporter of garments made in Nepal. Garment industry offers a wide range of Nepali handmade clothes just to name a few - skirts, summer garments, jackets, kurta, Trousers, tank tops. Additionally, Nepali garment industry includes traditional clothing, Woolen Clothing, Cotton Wrapper, Ladies Half Sleeve, Ladies Long Dress, Ladies short sleeve, Garments bags, etc.
Small and Medium Size cottage industries play a critical role in Nepal's economy as the only source of income for many. These companies have limited production capacity but offer unique, authentic products.
Nepal Tourism Industries include service providers in the tourism industry. These industries help ensure all visitors have the best experience possible. Nepal Tourism industries work in close cooperation with NTB and other related bodies and organizations.
Nepali exports and imports business include companies that are working to expand existing imports and exports of a broad range of products. As well as seeking new products, prospects for imports and exports.
Khukuri also referred to as "Gurkha blade" or "Gurkha knife" is a knife, a weapon of Gurkha (Nepali) Army, the Royal Gurkha of the British army, and Gorkha Regiments of the Indian Army, and of all other Gurkha regiments throughout the world. It has an inwardly curved blade and can be used as both a tool and as a weapon. Khukuri symbolizes bravery and valor and is a Nepalese cultural icon.
Khukuri Rum Nepal's finest Rum since 1959 and is proclaimed as "Taste of Himalayas", is world famous rum from Nepal. It has a smooth and balanced flavor with a hint of Oak Wood. Khukuri Rum is the "Taste of Himalayas.". It has a unique smell and a discrete aftertaste.
For centuries before the advent of modern medicine and to this date, many mountain dwellers in the Himalayan footsteps of Nepal rely on natural herbs for all of their medical problems. Wide varieties of organic, high-quality species without any additives are available. Sukmel is one such example.
Nepali coffee comes from higher altitudes (above 1,000 to 1,600 meters above sea level) and has distinct and unique flavor. Small-scale coffee farmers hand picked coffee beans when they are fully ripe and ready to harvest by employing traditional methods. Nepali coffee is popular for mountainside Himalayan farming, and it is entirely organic.
Just like Nepali Coffee, Tea comes from high altitudes and has unique flavor and aroma. Tea leaves come from a plant native and unique to the region. Farmers harvest tea leaves by hand. Nepali tea is highly sought after commodity for it's unique taste.
Thanka is Tibetan Buddhist hand painting on cotton, or silk appliqué, usually depicting a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala. Thanka is hand-painted by Nepali and Tibetan artist and are used for wall decorations. Thanka painting depicts various facts of Buddhism and have religious importance. They are similar in the style of Chinese scroll paintings with additional silk covering on the front.
Pashmina literally translates to Soft Gold. It is a fine type of cashmere wool. Pashmina is one of the softest, warmest, and lightest fabric available. It comes from the Himalayan region of Nepal. Most Pashmina products are handmade.
Nepali Handicraft goods can be best gifts and souvenirs. Handicraft products include handmade products such as metal statues, ethnic costumes, traditional jewelry, wood carving, religious and ritual objects like bells, vajra, stone sculptures, metal utensils, paintings, ceramics, handmade paper, hand knitted sweater woolen products. Other products in this category include home furnishing materials, floor covering, modern paintings, patina products, leather goods,etc.
Nepal is a developing country, with possibilities and opportunities to develop further infrastructures related to transportation, electrical grids, and opportunities to introduce new technologies, infrastructure for telecommunications, etc. exist. Nepali entrepreneurs and companies at all stages seeking capital expected to participate.