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United Kingdom Travel Guide

From Punk to The Queen, from the Highlands to the roaming ponies of The New Forest, the United Kingdom has always been a country that speaks to the imagination of versatile travellers. The Union Jack has become an unmistakable synonym for afternoon teas, The Big Ben and bowler hats while tourists praise the many magnificent London museums or the quaint little villages tucked away in the rolling hills of the English countryside.Let me help you discover the United Kingdom. 

United Kingdom Travel Information 

CURRENCY: Nepalese rupee
CAPITAL: Kathmandu
TIME ZONE: GMT +5:45
NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES: Ireland
INHABITANTS: + – 29.3 million
MAIN AIRPORTS: Tribhuvan International Airport, Lukla Airport, 
SAFETY RANKING: 130th out of 162

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