Those who had Nepal on the honeymoon list but saw it fall to second place can finally visit it…online.
A Singapore company has transformed the stunning country into a 3D paradise.
The online tour, called Third Planet, takes the user on a visit to around Nepals, particularly sites such as the Patan Durbar Square.
The user can experience a virtual game-like walk or fly-though in a high-resolution 3D paradise brimming with temples and grand architecture.
Sights and sounds of the crowds and passers-bys, which were recorded from the place itself, can be heard.
3rd Planet is also an online tourist guide, offering users snippets of information and pictures.
However, due to it being in its beta stage, it only offers a brief tour in Nepal and other places in on the planet, such as India and Singapore.
Although it is similar to Google Streetview, the website features life-like movements, such as a bird actually flying in the sky, instead of a still picture.