|Village development committee|
|Elevation||2,030 m (6,660 ft)|
|Time zone||Nepal Time (UTC+5:45)|
Kakani is a settlement in the Nuwakot District of the Bagmati Zone in central Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, the Kakani village development committee administered a population of 7816 living in 1343 individual households.
As one of the most accessible settlements from Kathmandu over 2000 meters, this hill station hosts a British Gurkhas welfare bungalow (photo at left) and a number of hotels. The village is also home to a memorial park to the victims of Thai Airways International Flight 311.
A notable local industry is strawberry farming. With the assistance of a United Nations Development Programme project, a local farmers' cooperative now produces close to 250 000 kg of the fruit per year.
- "Nepal Census 2001", Nepal's Village Development Committees, Digital Himalaya, retrieved 15 November 2009.
- British Gurkhas Nepal Guide to Preparation and Arrival British Army 1 Feb 2010
- New morning in Kakani! UNDP Micro-Enterprise Development Programme 05-01-2010
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