The currency of Nepal is called Nepalese Rupee in English or Nepali Rupee in the Nepalese language. It is different from the various other Rupees that are prevalent in the Indian sub-continents such as Indian Rupee, Pakistani Rupee, or Sri Lankan Rupee. The Nepalese Rupee has a photo of its Excellency printed on it or minted in case of coins. The smallest unit of a Rupee is called Paise. 1 Paise is equal to the 100th part of 1 Rupee. The coins are generally in 5 denominations, 10 Paise, 25 Paise, 50 Paise, 1 Rupee, and 2 Rupees.
The currency notes are of various denominations. The smallest denomination is 1 Rupee note. Apart from that, you have 2 Rupees, 5 Rupees, 10 Rupees, 20 Rupees, 25 Rupees, 50 Rupees, 100 Rupees, 500 Rupees, and 1000 Rupees currency notes. The Nepalese currency is universally recognized and can be converted into any currency. It is a fully convertible currency. This can be done at money exchanges.
Exchange Rates Fixed by Nepal Rastra Bank
There are lots of money exchange centers in Nepal. This includes both Governments affiliated and privately operated ones. You can find money exchanges in every corner of big cities such as Kathmandu and Pokhara. In smaller towns too, there are solitary money exchanges. Try to deal with the government-affiliated ones if you don’t know the nuances of money exchanging but if you have done the minutes then it is better to deal with private operators. Of course, it is not bad if you save a couple of Dollars.