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About Us

About Us

At Hotel Mukhum International in Kathmandu we provide all the amenities you would expect from a modern luxury hotel with the ambiance of a boutique hotel, and with a traditional Buddhist touch. Our staff members take pride in their dedication to provide our guests with bespoke services. Exquisitely decorated with Himalayan Buddhist art and style, the property is full of beautiful Buddhist artifacts and paintings. Lush, rich fabrics and colorful paintwork will enchant your senses, allowing you to relax and enjoy the comfort and luxuries on offer.

Located just 10 mins from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Boudhanath Stupa, the local area provides a rich and vibrant cultural experience and window into the Tibetan Buddhist community in Kathmandu. Nearby Pashupatinath Temple is the important pilgrimage site for Hindus from all over south Asia. Hotel Mukhum International is a convenient 10 minute drive from Tribhuvan International Airport.

Our Team

Ghime Tamang | Chairman of Hotel Mukhum International Kathmandu, Nepal

Ghime Tamang

Tashi Tamang | Director of Hotel Mukhum International Kathmandu, Nepal

Tashi Tamang

Dechen Samu Lama Tamang| Director of Hotel Mukhum International Kathmandu, Nepal

Dechen Samu Lama Tamang

Tashi Lama Tamang| Managing Director of Hotel Mukhum International Kathmandu, Nepal

Tashi Lama Tamang
Managing Director

Our Mission

Our mission is to completely delight and satisfy our guests. We are committed to making a difference every day; continually getting better to keep us the best. Our resort styled hotel is a place that brings calm and joy to the demanding traveler. Although we are new, we know how to treat our travelers.

A brief history of Mugum (Mugu) or Mukhum

Mugu (Mugum) is a small village established around 800 years ago. It is located in the Mugu District of Karnali Zone of Nepal, near the northwest border of Nepal and Tibet. The village is around 53 km from the Mugu district headquarter and around 30 km from Baryang, Kelag.

About Kathmandu

Kathmandu, the capital and largest metropolitan city of Nepal, is encircled by four dominant hills, namely, Shivapuri, Phulchowki, Nagarjun and Chandragiri. It is also famously known as the city of temples, monasteries and shrines, You can see devotees paying homage to their gods and goddesses and observe them perform age-old rituals and festivities, displaying at every turn the intricate mixture of Nepal’s ancient Hindu-Buddhist traditions.

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