Chitlang Markhu, Nepal
Chitlang is a Nepali town with magnificent buildings and mountains surrounded by lush green woodlands home to over 160 different bird and animal species. Chitlang is a beautiful place to visit since it combines natural beauty with a cultural legacy. The Narayani zone includes Chitlang, an early Newari town in the Makwanpur district. It is located in the northern part of Makwanpur district, on the southern main route of the 8289-foot Chandragiri hill. Chitlang was a key trading course before the Tribhuvan Highway, also known as the byroad, was built, with dealers going through the trails to enter the Valley. The original route had historical value, but after the street was built, it lost its luster.
Chitlang's appeal has been enhanced by its large green grounds. A large Apple backyard with over a million trees can be found. A few cottages have lately been built in the garden, providing travelers with an enjoyable stay.