Soyambhunath | Rise of the Artisan

Kathmandu
Wednesday, Feb 24, 2016
08:00 UTC
About this event

After the earthquakes in 2015, the reconstruction of heritages such as Soyambhunath presented challenges that was never before imagined, and the priorities moved to discussions on tradition, modernisation and heritage. Its fascinating, and Anil Chitrakar has been involved with this from day one. Attend this Travel Massive to learn from the master storyteller of how to present this amazing heritage site in the present day, renown to be the first place one should come to once you enter the valley.

Who would benefit from this field session?

1. Tour Guides - its really high time to modernise the way we present our heritage sites, and travellers love stories and this is a chance to learn from the master storyteller
2. Students - Learn about the future of marketing and our heritage
3. Travel Professionals - Soyambhunath is a interesting rebuild, and the way we present it when we market is is crucial for satisfaction of the travellers. Its a great learning.
4. People interested in tourism and heritage - A session with Anil dai is never wasted!

Of course, a Travel Massive means we also network amongst like minded individuals and the synergies that come along with it will benefit us all.

Pic courtesy: Alexander Shafir


👏 Organized by Prakash Neupane and Raj Gyawali
📍 Event location: Soyambhunath | World Heritage Site
🗺 Look from any high point towards the west of the Valley, the stupa on a hill is Soyambhunath

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Raj Gyawali
Looking after the future of the company, and internalisation of responsible tourism, socialtours Nepal