MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Tribhuvan International Airport
MAJOR SEAPORTS: Nepal is a landlocked country with no ocean borders. Nepal's three dry "ports" are Birgunj, Biratnagar and Bhairahawa.
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: Total road network of 80,078 kilometres (49,758 mi), which includes 26,935 kilometres (16,737 mi) of roads constructed and being maintained by the Department of Roads (DoR) and 53,143 kilometres (33,022 mi) of roads constructed by local government bodies. There are two railway lines in the country: the Raxaul–Sirsiya and the Jainagar–Janakpur. The former is a 6 km (3.7 mi) line from Raxaul, India to Sirsiya Inland Container Depot (or dry port) near Birganj, Nepal, and is primarily used for freight transport. It allows container traffic to be imported to Nepal through the Sirsiya dry port container depot. The latter is a 51 km (32 mi) line from Jaynagar, India to Janakpur, Nepal, and is used primarily for passenger transport
EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Nepal are Palm Oil ($187M), Non-Retail Synthetic Staple Fibers Yarn ($79.6M), Knotted Carpets ($69.7M), Soybean Oil ($52.7M), and Flavored Water($38.8M)
EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to India ($629M), United States ($92.7M), Germany ($32.5M), Turkey ($26.2M), and United Kingdom ($22.7M)
IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Nepal are Refined Petroleum ($1.36B), Semi-Finished Iron($413M), Broadcasting Equipment ($370M), Petroleum Gas ($258M), and Rice ($242M)
IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from India ($7.11B), China ($1.47B), United Arab Emirates ($282M), Hong Kong ($188M), and Singapore ($138M)