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Top Coworking Spaces in Nepal

200 NPR /d
Work Around, Kathmandu

Work Around


Being humans, we come up with ideas. Having idea is a good thing but seeing it for real is a whole different story. We ga... More

500 NPR /d
Bikalapa art Center, Kathmandu

Bikalapa art Center


Bikalpa center is located near the city center of Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, but far enough away from the crowds to al... More

200 NPR /d
Lindu, Kathmandu



Lindu is a perfect in-hostel co-working station situated in the heart of the city at Wander Thirst Backpackers Hostel. H... More

500 NPR /d
Adda, Lalitpur



Adda is a new coworking space for designers, architects, business owners, startups, freelancers, digital nomads, and anyo... More

Recent reviews in Nepal

Standard space in cheap price and easy access for transportation. Great working environment. Best place f... Show More
Sukriti Shrestha
Cozy place, good working environment, fast internet service, friendly people and easy accessibility from ... Show More
Rustan Shrestha
Oojam is located at perfect place with parking. Very Good Environment. The offices are very new and clean... Show More
Oojam Nepal
The environment is peaceful to work as a freelancer or students. They can simply walk in and study leavin... Show More
Ashutosh Singh

Struggling to recover from the devastating earthquake of April 2015 when 8,000 people were killed and more than 21,000 were injured, Nepal has a history spanning from the Vedic Age, the era that founded Hinduism, which is the country's dominant religion. A landlocked country in South Asia, it is officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. Nepali is the official language and it is a multi-ethnic secular parliamentary republic of approximately 26.4 million souls. The country is bordered by India, Bangladesh, China and Bhutan. Snuggled into the Himalayas, it is home to 8 of the 10 tallest mountains in the world and the highest point on Earth.

Nepal faces numerous problems apart from the after effects of the earthquake, such as high levels of poverty and hunger and it is one of the least developed countries in the world. In the year 2000 the country had an Internet penetration rate of a mere 0.2%, to now in the year of 2016, 19.9% of its citizens are connected. Apparently the earthquake that hit near Kathmandu "rattled" the Internet service, with Nepal Telecom surviving the land shakes, whilst the smaller Internet service providers experienced some outages. Google came to the rescue with its "Person Finder" where people could post or search for information on friends and relatives affected by the disaster. This tool was first built in the wake of the earthquake in Haiti in 2010.

Nepal is believed to have the most cyber cafes in the world with most of its Internet access concentrated in the more developed area of Kathmandu Valley area, as its mountainous terrain and poor remote areas are difficult to access, though this is changing.

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