The most popular destinations for travellers in Nepal are all among the five biggest by population in the world, according to the latest data from the World Travel Survey.

In fact, the average person in Nepal spends $8,857 a year, according a report released today by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the world’s largest travel and investment advisory group.

The country is ranked at the top of the list, ahead of India and Thailand, for which the average income per capita is $19,928.

However, the country’s relatively low population means that people have an even harder time finding a decent trip, particularly during the monsoon season, when most of the country is covered by water.

Nepalis, however, can still choose to go abroad for the holidays.

Travel experts say that the country has the potential to become a hub of tourism, as it is home to the world-renowned Kailash Mansukh temple, where many of the world is known to have spent time in the past.

“If you have a big family, you can take the time to visit the Kailasa temple and see the famous Mahabharata and the other sacred texts, which are both in English,” said Prashant Vohra, a business consultant based in Nepal.

“You will be able to appreciate what the people of Nepal have to offer, and it’s possible to travel to many places in the country, especially the more remote areas,” he added.

The average cost per person to visit Nepal was $8.83 per day in 2014, according the World Tourism Survey.

But if you are travelling in a group of six or more, it’s worth considering the number of guests you will have in your party.

The survey shows that the average cost of a single night’s stay is $826, with the average amount for a group is $1,063.

The report found that the median age in Nepal was 43, and its average monthly income was $1.26, or around $150.

According to the survey, the government is spending $300 million on roads and public transport.

“We need to increase the speed of road building and to make the infrastructure of our country better,” said Tashi Dutta, president of the Nepali Association of Tour Operators, who was interviewed by The Hindu.

“In addition, we need to make sure the infrastructure is maintained so that tourists don’t get lost.”

Nepal’s average per capita income was nearly $15,000 in 2014.

The economy is growing but has been plagued by poor infrastructure and corruption.

The Himalayan nation has a total population of about 10 million, of whom more than half live in villages.

In 2014, Nepal was ranked second on the World Bank’s “Countries Compared” list of countries in which corruption was the most pervasive.

But many are worried about the state of the economy.

“It is a long-term problem,” said Vohro.

“The economy is a basket case, and if you want to grow it, you need to improve the infrastructure.

This means increasing the infrastructure, upgrading the schools, upgrading roads, roads and bridges, improving the infrastructure for women.”

Vohre said that Nepal’s infrastructure is not in good shape, which has been exacerbated by corruption and the government’s lack of investment.

“As the population grows, corruption will increase, and the economy will suffer,” he said.

According, the World Economic Forum (WEF) ranks Nepal as one of the least transparent countries in the region.

“This is not surprising, because corruption is a major problem in Nepal,” said Gopal Krishna Gautam, an expert in government and public administration at Harvard University.

“Corruption is endemic, so the government needs to take steps to ensure the transparency and accountability of the system.”

In an interview with The Hindu, Nepal Tourism Minister Tashi Thapa said that the government has taken steps to improve infrastructure, including by setting up an independent body to supervise and monitor the road building process.

“There has been a lot of work done to ensure public transport, including in the construction of new roads,” he told The Hindu in an interview.

“I have seen that a number of roads are constructed without any input from the government, without adequate road maintenance and maintenance costs.

We are working hard to put in place the necessary infrastructure to ensure that public transport can work as it should.”

A majority of Nepali people do not have access to the internet, according an EIU report, but they still have access in other ways.

According of the World Social Survey, only 5% of the population has access to broadband.

The World Bank estimated that the poor in Nepal, who make up the majority of the nation’s population, could be the primary victims of the increasing levels of poverty.

According the EIU, more than one-third of the rural population is below the poverty line, while the rural poverty rate is over 10% and the urban poverty rate stands at 10