Kathmandu: The Department of Immigration (DoI) at the Tribhuvan International Airport has said the tourists arriving in Nepal need not bring cash for on-arrival Visas.
The DoI reversed its earlier recent decision to ask tourists to bring cash for on-arrival visas at the airport citing reasons of problems with electronic transactions.
The DoI had asked the foreign tourists arriving at the airport to bring 200 US dollars for easy payment for the on-arrival visa fee.
Following much criticism of DoI’s decision the Rashtriya Banijya Bank has installed two ATMs and two POS machines at the airport to facilitate tourists after which the DoI backed off its earlier decision.
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