Maya Garden Hotel and Resort is managed
by the famous Kathmandu Guest House, the
Asia's leading budget hotel with 35 years
of experience in travel trade industry
in Nepal. Located in a calm and serene
area of Lumbini World Heritage garden
peripherial and yet so close to the sanctum
of the sacred pilgrimage, you can feel
You may wake up to the sound of chirping
of birds and religious hymns and take
a morning walk to Sacred Garden, mediate
in ancient archeological ruin or in
front of Ashoka Pilar in totally pollution
free environment. In day time, you can
visit to Manastic Zone to see the facinating
archeological ruins, and magnificent
monsteries and monuments.
In evening, stroll in the Tharu village
at Buddha Nagar to observe age old culture
and tradition. Or simply enjoy the breath
taking magnificent sunset over the vast
horizon of terai paddy fields from the
hotel's wide varandah.
Maya Gardens is a 3 star up-market category
hotel owned, run and managed by the KGH
group of Hotels and Resorts. It is set
in 4 acres of wooded land. A 10 minutes
walk away from the Mayadevi temple, the
birthplace of the Lord Buddha. Maya Gardens
stands impressive with its vernacular
architecture in terra-cota finishing.
The hotel garden is extensively planted
with indigenous trees that were found
in Buddha Era.
All rooms are air conditioned with attached
bath, TV, EPABX Phone and balcony. Other
facilities includes, wide balcony overlooking
magnificent sunset and the sacred garden;
impressive high-ceiling Atrium Hall way
and lobby, "Nirvana" Conference
Hall (60pax), Buddhist Library, Meditation
Hall, Prayers room, Business center, Parking
areas; Travel Counter, Mountain Bikes
hire, private cars to organize sight seeing
tours in surrounding historic sites.
Site Seeing - Walking
distance from hotel
Devi Temple - A relief depicting the
- Ashoka Pillar - a stone pillar erected
by Emperor Ashoka in 249 B.C. to mark
the Buddha birthplace.
- Sacred Pond where Buddha's mother
took bath after giving birth;
- Eternal Peace flame.
- Ancient Archeological ruins.
- Myanmar Temple - A gleaming gold and
white structure soaring in the sky.
- Gautami Nuns Temple - A replica of
the Swayembhu Stupa.
- China Temple - An impressive gathering
of pagodas and prayer room in the middle
is placed a huge statue of Buddha.
- Korean Temple - A finest architectural
representation of Korea.
- Bajrayana’s ritual place.
- Dharma Swami Vihara.
- Vietnamese temple.
Places to visit by 3 wheeler
or mountain bike
- Lumbini Museum - for Mauryan Kushana
coins, religious manuscripts, terra-cotta,
stone and metal sculpture and icons.
- Lumbini International Research Institute
- provides 12,000 books and periodicals
on religion, philosophy, art and architecture.
- IUCN Wetland Park - to see endangered
Blue bulls, Sarus cranes and other wetland
Japanese Peace Stupa - Nepal’s
tallest Buddha’s statue.
- Thai Temple.
- Sri Lankan Temple and Guest House,
and 18 more monasteries from India,
Germany, and many International Buddhist