Here is the List of Tax Free Items in Tribhuvan International Airport, Nepal

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If you are looking for tax-free items you can take in Nepal, you are in the right place.

Here you will find recently updated information about the list of tax-free items or duty-free items in Tribhuvan International Airport, Nepal.

Nepal government, Finance Ministry, and Customs Department have updated the rules and regulations for tax-free items or duty-free goods early this year in TIA, Nepal.

This new rule is implemented in January 2024.

List of Tax-Free items in Tribhuvan International Airport


Gold jewelry of up to 50 grams is considered a tax-free item. However, Gold biscuits or raw gold are not allowed to carry via TIA.


Silver jewelers up to 500 grams. Raw Silver is not allowed.


One bottle of alcohol or up to 1 liter of alcohol.


If you work or live abroad for more than 12 months, you can take one television of any brand television up to 32 inches.

Note: If you take a television more than 32 inches, you are charged Nrs. 550 per inch. (For Example, if you take a 50-inch television, you are supposed to pay Nrs. 50*550.

Used Clothes

You can carry your used clothes as much as you like.


One set of bedding is not taxed by customs at TIA.

Used Households

Used household items are not applicable for tax.


You can carry your prescribed medicine.

Diamonds and Stoned Gold Silver Jewelry 

Up to 1 lakh value.

Tablet or Laptop

One Set


One Set


One Set

Video Camera

One Set

Mobile Phone

One Set

Pen Drive

One Set


One Set


One Set

Official goods of a bureaucratic person 

Food Items

Up to 7 Kg

Items for Which You Have to Pay 40% Tax


You have to pay Tax for one TV above 32 inches.

Music System

One Set


One Set

Washing Machine

One Set

Radio Set

One Set

Cosmetics and Clothes

15 Sets

Mixer, Juicer, Sewing Machine, Gas Burner, Iron, Rice Cooker, etc.

Each of 2 Sets

Food Items

Up to 10 Kg

General Household Items

Up to a maximum of two sets


200 Pcs


50 Pcs

Final Thoughts

These are the general list of taxed and tax-free items you can carry while traveling to Nepal from overseas. If you find this information helpful, please share it with your friends and family.

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