Silver Heritage Group announced the grand opening of their first 5-star integrated resort – Tiger Palace Resort in Bhairahawa, Nepal in March 2018. Led by an audacious vision to transform South Asia’s entertainment landscape, the grand opening event is spread over two days, Saturday, 16 March and Sunday, 17 March 2018. Guests will witness invigorating dance performances by famous Ukrainian troops and Thai Dancers along with scintillating performances by Bollywood’s dance sensations, Natasa Stankovic and Poonam Pandey. Staying true to the brand promise Tiger Palace Resort will be an exhilarating, heart-stopping entertainment destination unlike anything the Indian consumer has seen before.
Located in Bhairahawa, in southern Nepal’s subtropical Terai region, Tiger Palace Resort is just 8 km north of the India-Nepal border. Easily accessible to Indian travellers, it is a short 2 hour 45 minutes drive from the Gorakhpur Airport (Uttar Pradesh, India) making it a perfect destination for those seeking a break from the usual, the regular, the boring.
Tucked away from the daily hustle and bustle, Tiger Palace Resort is in a world of its own. Surrounded by scenic vistas of the Himalayan foothills and with famous tourist attractions within reach such as the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Lumbini – the birthplace of Lord Buddha, and Chitwan National Park – home to rare animals including one-horned rhinos and Bengal tigers, as well as close to the ancient cities of Kapilavastu, Devedaha and Palpa.
The Hotel’s soft opening was held on 20 September 2017.
Tim Shepherd, Co-founder and Senior Advisor, Silver Heritage Group, said: “Tiger Palace Resort is our first wholly owned and operated five-star integrated resort in Bhairahawa, Nepal. This resort forms a major part of the Silver Heritage Group’s core growth strategy of focusing on developing casino resorts on the Indo-Nepal border and capitalising on the strong demand from Indian customers for a wholesome entertainment destination. The immediate target market for the resort comprises of the more than 15 million aspirational middle-class Indian citizens living within six hours of travel from the resort, in states including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal.”