Interaction on the Possibilities and Challenges of Hotel and Tourism Development in Bara

S.S. Patel, Bara, August 26 – Interaction on the Possibilities and Challenges of Hotel and Tourism Development in Bara.

Under the organization of the Hotel and Tourism Business Association, a program was conducted in Bara district regarding the possibilities and challenges of hotel and tourism development. A program was organized in a hotel in Simara of the district.

During the program, there was a detailed discussion on the prospects and enhancement of tourist destinations in Bara and the related challenges. Though Bara has sufficient potential tourist destinations, without proper management, these tourist destinations remain underdeveloped.

Historical forts, temples like Madhes Pradesh’s one and only national Park ‘Parsa National Park’, world famous gadhimai temple, historic sites like simraungadh, Chure Hill, Churiyamai, Sahajanath, and other important temples are in Bara. However, without proper management, these significant tourist sites are unable to attract tourists effectively.

Arjun Lamsal, the President of the Hotel and Tourism Business Association, revealed that in the program, suggestions and information were collected about the complete tourist destinations in Bara and the development of hotels, along with the challenges, to take necessary steps for their solutions.

During the program chaired by Arjun Lamsal, the President of the Hotel and Tourism Business Association, Chief Guest Sanukaji Thapa, the Brigadier General of Shree 28 Number Bahini of the Army Division.

The program also had the presence of the Mayor of Nijgadh Municipality, Chairman of Baragadhi Rural Municipality, Chairman of Parwanipur Rural Municipality, Chairman of Parsauni Rural Municipality, Vice-Chairman of Kolhabi Rural Municipality, President of Jeetpur-Simara City Industry and Commerce Association, and representatives from Parsa National Park, among others.

 

Interaction on the Possibilities and Challenges of Hotel and Tourism Development in Bara.