Hotel and other information of Biratnagar.
Biratnagar is Nepal's second biggest city. The place is prospering as a magnet for trade and Industry. Streets are lined with array of concrete building and border-bazaar shops. That said, the city centre is relatively laid- back and traffic-free. If you are here on a Wednesday don't miass Biratnagar's haat Bazaar, held in a field east of town.
Bhediari.- Located nearly ten kilometers south of Biratnagar, the ancient ruins at this site include many important brick temples. There is a two- meter high rectangular platform supported from inside by cross walls. So far no image either of stone or terra cotta has been found during the excavations; however, a number of silver punch-marked coins have been found
Direct buses to Biratnagar are available from Kathmandu and other major cities. There are several flights a day to Biratnaga. The Airport is 4 km north of town.