Hetauda is a sub-metropolitan city in Nepal. It is the regulatory base camp of the Makwanpur District and the home office of Nepal's Central Development Region. It is between time state capital of area no.3. It is one of the biggest urban communities of Nepal. A standout amongst the most well known attractions of Hetauda is Martyr Memorial Park, or Sahid Smarak, which was finished in 1994. The stop respects Nepalese saints, from the individuals who lost their lives in the British frontier wars to the individuals who toppled the despotic Panchayat framework in 1989. Its fundamental fascination is a progression of models of these saints on a major stone. The appearances were etched by understudy volunteers from Lalit Kala Campus.
The stop is additionally prominent as an outing spot and as an escape from the hurrying around of city life. It has a swimming pool and a zoo that houses some imperiled and some basic wild creatures, from monkeys to panthers. Another significant site is Makwanpur Gadhi, east of the city, a fortress of authentic significance going back to the unification of Nepal. Ruler Prithvi Narayan Shah, who drove the unification procedure, was hitched to the princess of Makwanpur, whose dad was a lord of the Sen tradition that governed the locale. History specialists say that this marriage was a political technique by the lord, who saw the advantage of a union with Makwanpur to enclose Kathmandu Valley.