The relocation project of the Nepal Pavilion at the Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone was recently finished and is expected to open to the public for free during the National Day holiday.

Since 2012, the relevant relocation work on the Nepal Pavilion has been carried out carefully, step by step.

The Nepal Pavilion, covering a land area of 3,600 sqm, consists of 3 parts, including a display of attractive handicraft collections from Nepal – which visitors can buy as souvenirs – and a 360-degree screen showing the whole life of Siddhartha Gautama, the prince who founded Buddhism over two and a half millennia ago.

The Nepal Pavilion, which showcases cultural and artistic aspects of Buddhism, will provide a world-class platform for Buddhist cultural exchange and research

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