Parbat witnesses heavy footfalls during Monsoon too
7th Aug, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew
FALEBAS, August 07: Bikash Maharjan came to Parbat from capital Kathmandu with a group of seven friends and spent his Saturday here itself.
Sanam Regmi from Kaski also came on visit to Parbat to see the high-lying bridge and tour Baglung on the same day. The high bridge and the beautiful scenario in an around Baglung has become the center of attraction for the students and the tourists to visit.
“I use to hear a lot about the tallest bridge but had never come to see it. I am feeling diligent, Maharjan who came from capital Kathmandu said. With the monsoon rain stalled for some day’s people associated with various youth club, local mothers group, government and non-government organization and others come to visit the place.
The Kushma-Gyadi bridge, claimed to be tallest in the Asia, Kushma-Balewa and Kushma- Mudikuwa Suspension Bridge, Kushma- Balewa Cablecar and the Gupteshwor and Alpeshwor Cave, Modibendi Dham in Kushma is flocked with tourists.
With the increase in the number of the tourists the tourism entrepreneurs here are excited and thrilled.