The unit of cash in Nepal is the Nepali Rupee. One Nepali Rupee is comprised of 100 paisa. Nepali rupee notes come in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1,000 sections while 1 and 2 Rupees are coins. Unfamiliar guests other than Indian nationals are needed to cover their lodging tabs and air tickets in unfamiliar cash. Nepalese money can be purchased at the unfamiliar trade counters at the air terminal or from ATMs. The unfamiliar money trade counters of various banks are additionally opened at different spots all through the city. Unfamiliar monetary standards must be traded uniquely through banks or approved unfamiliar trade. While trading cash at the banks or an inn counter consistently guarantee that you are given a receipt as this is basic for changing over your rupees to hard money on your flight. A limit of 15% can be changed over to hard cash on your flight. Travelers other than Indian are not permitted to import or fare the Indian money. The trade paces of the unfamiliar monetary forms are dictated by the Nepal Rastra Bank and are declared in the press every day. Nepal money isn’t relevant in India.

Indian money of INR 500 and INR 1000 groups are not permitted to be brought into Nepal and won’t be traded and won’t be acknowledged for exchange of any sort.


Banks are open 9 am to 3 pm, Monday through Friday. Nepal Bank Ltd. on New Road (Ph: 4221185) is open 7 am to 7 pm the entire days of the week. The Kantipath branch (Ph: 4227375) is open 9 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday, 9 am to 1 pm on Saturday, and shut on Sunday. Rastriya Banijya Bank’s trade counter at Bishal Bazaar (Ph: 4223776) is open 9 am to 3 pm every day aside from occasions. These days there are numerous ATM administrations in the Thamel.

Credit/Debit Cards

Most of the Debit and credit cards are accepted here at most of the place like Hotel ,Restaurant,Shopping Complex Bars.If you Pay By Cards they charge you extra 2-5  Percent service charge for bank