Lamachaur Rd, Pokhara 33700, Nepal
This museum show casts the achievements of the renowned Gurkha regiments. Accompanied by sound effects, it covers Gurkha history from the 19th-century Indian Uprising, through two World Wars to current-day disputes and peace-keeping missions, with a fascinating display on Gurkhas who have been awarded the Victoria Cross medal.
It was good. If you want to know about the gorkha's history; it's the best place to visit.
Incredible experience! Hidden gem in Pokhara for tourism! A must see place to visit if you are a global citizen. Like what Winston Churchill said on the Battle of Britain, "Never was so much owed by so many to so few" ... I would say the same for the Gurkha soldiers ... They have fought for good against evil on many battle fronts around the world with great gallantry and honour! I salute the fallen, past and present Gurkha military and police!
Good place but need to do more work towards attract more tourist and also include in tourism best place destination
I have only heard about the Indian Gorkha Regiment before visiting to the museum; after the visit i came to know the golden history of the Gorkhas. When and how it started, their battles and their glorious victories. Gorkha is the symbol of pride of Nepal. You will surely love it. It will take nearly 3 hours to go through all the three storey mueseum building. Its is one of the noteworthy part of Nepalese history and culture. It's a must visit place of diverse Nepal 🇳🇵.
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