Cost of Living in Nepal

Since Nepal is a developing country, the cost of the daily needed commodities are cheap in comparison with the developed countries. If you are planning for a visit to Nepal or eager to know more about Nepal, then this post is a short list of costs of commodities and services.

  • Milk, 1/2 liter : Rs. 25
  • Bread, 500g : Rs. 50
  • Rice, 1 kg : Rs. 50
  • Eggs, 1 dozen : Rs. 120
  • Chicken, 1kg : Rs. 200
  • Apples, 1 kg : Rs. 150
  • Oranges, 1 kg : Rs. 100
  • Tomato, 1 kg : Rs. 30
  • Potato, 1 kg : Rs. 30
  • Water, 1 liter : Rs. 20
  • Coke/Pepsi, 250 ml : Rs. 30
  • Local Transport : Rs. 15 – 25
  • Taxi (Non-metered) : Rs 150 – 400+ (Depends upon the distance)
  • Petrol, 1 liter : Rs. 125
  • Clothes
    • Jeans : Rs. 1000+
    • Shirts : Rs. 900+
    • Shoes : Rs. 2000+
  • Inexpensive Hotels, 1 day : Rs. 500
  • Luxury Hotels , 1 day : Rs. 4000
  • Meal at Inexpensive Restaurant : Rs. 150-200
  • Meal at Mid Range Restaurant : Rs. 1000

If you have any queries or want to know more, then you may comment.

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