Casinos in Kathmandu Valley

People travel to Nepal for various reasons and one of the reasons for their travel especially for the South Asian people has been to play in the Casinos of Nepal and try their lady luck smiling upon them. Casinos in Kathmandu are located in the premises of the city’s top hotels which offers 24 hours of non stop fun and games like baccarat, blackjack, flush, poker, pontoon, roulette, and other card games and slot machines. All the games are played in chips and they can be bought with US dollars or Indian rupees. You'll get free food and sometimes a disco if you put some money on the tables. Nepali's are officially forbidden from entering in Casinos.

  • Casino Anna

    Casino Anna is arguably the best and the most frequented casino of Nepal. It...

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  • Casino Everest

    Casino Everest is located within the 5 Star Hotel Everest, Baneshwor. This casino is...

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  • Casino Nepal

    Casino Nepal is in Kathmandu, Madhyamanchal, Nepal and is open daily 24 hours. The...

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  • Casino Rad

    Casino Radison is located within the 5 star hotel Radission a deluxe hotel in...

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  • Casino Royal

    Located in the ancient Lal Durbar Palace, with classical European elegance the two-storied Casino...

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  • Casino Tara

    Casino Tara is located within the 5 star hotel Hyatt Regency a deluxe hotel...

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  • Casino Shangrila

    Casino Shangrila is located within the 5 star hotel Shangri-La, a deluxe hotel in...

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  • Casino Venus

    This casino is located in the Hotel Malla

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