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1. Card Payment: Many businesses, especially in urban areas and tourist hubs, accept card payments. Credit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, and American Express are widely accepted, but it's always a good idea to confirm with the merchant whether they accept your specific card type.

2. Cash Payment: Cash is still the most widely used form of payment in Nepal, particularly for smaller transactions and in rural areas where card acceptance may be limited. The official currency of Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR), and it's recommended to carry sufficient cash, especially when traveling to remote areas where ATM availability may be limited.

3. Bank Transfer: For larger transactions or payments for services such as hotel bookings, tours, or trekking packages, businesses may offer the option to transfer money directly to their bank account. You'll typically need the recipient's bank account details, including the account number, name, and bank branch information, to initiate the transfer. 

Before making a payment, it's advisable to inquire about any additional fees, exchange rates (for foreign currency transactions), and payment policies to ensure a smooth and hassle-free transaction. Additionally, always keep your receipts or transaction records for reference and verification purposes.

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