Party Bus Nepal: Now Kathmandu will party on wheels
Where do you go to party? To clubs, bars, or restaurants? What if you could groove and jive on a bus crisscrossing the national capital with your favorite people on board? Enter a pair of Party Buses, brought to you by the Real Economic Sustainable Society Nepal (RESS Nepal) Private Limited.Launched on 10 January, 2020, the party bus offers a completely new concept of partying. Right now, it offers three kinds of services: Hop-on Party Ride, Airport Pick and Drop, and Private Events. In the first option, you may hop on and get a luxury ride of up to three hours within the KTM city on the completely customized party bus. Choose between the 6pm-9pm or 9:30 pm-12:30 am slots for the Rs 1,000 ride (including a complimentary drink). (Durations and prices vary for ‘Airport Pick’ and ‘Drop and Private Events’ options.)
“When we are learning so many new things from the outside world, why not also learn to party in a new way?” asks Ashok Sharma, Founder and Director of Party Bus Nepal. “We introduced party buses to Nepal mainly to challenge our old partying culture.”
With up to 36 passengers on board, the bus provides multiple facilities for party lovers. It comes with hi-fi sound, A/C, led-light shows that cover the floor, ceiling and bar, on-board snacks and warm food, mobile charging ports, luxury leather seating, ice-cold coolers fully, as well as a fully equipped bar. There are also a smoking zone, sen-sorinstalled sanitary systems, emer-gency exits, and on board surveillance camera. Anyone can book the bus for various private events such as visa party, birth-day party, event transfers, hotel guest special party and bachelorette party. “An increasing number of people are interested in the Hop On party Ride. The overall response has been over-whelming too. There are already many repeat customers,” claims Sharma. Says Yogendra Lamichhane, one of those customers, “Party bus was a unique party experience. I found it very interesting that the bus is fully sound-proof. There is no sound from the outside, nor does any internal noise escape the bus.” Devendra Subedi, another custom-er, says he also thoroughly enjoyed the experience. But he also has some advice: “The bus is a little too big for the narrow roads of Kathmandu. Per-haps they could also avoid potholed roads.” Sharma the bus operator says that the company is constantly adapting based on customer feedback and is soon coming up with parties with many more themes. Inviting, isn’t it?
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