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Kathmandu Durbar Square

4.4/5453 Reviews
6:00-19:00 (Local time)
Kathmandu Durbar Square was once the place where the city-state king was crowned and crowned. Today, this square is still the center of the old city and a glorious world cultural heritage of Kathmandu. The square preserves the 16th--19th century monuments of Nepal. There are dozens of temples and palaces. The architecture of the red bricks is very characteristic and worthy of savoring.

Garden Of Dreams

4.5/5125 Reviews
Monday-Sunday 9:00-22:00 (stopping admission at 21:00) (Local time)

Swayambhunath Stupa

4.4/5270 Reviews
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Located on a hill west of the Kathmandu metropolitan area, Swayambhunath Stupa is an ancient Buddhist temple and is listed as a UNSECO World Heritage Site. Because there are many monkeys here, they are also called "monkey temples". When you come to the Monkey Temple, you will see the golden stupa in the center. Although it is smaller than the Bodha Big Stupa, which looks similar to it, it stands out on the top of the mountain. In addition to the pagoda, there are some other temple buildings on the top of the mountain, and you can also overlook the scenery under the observation deck.

National Museum of Nepal

4.5/597 Reviews
10:30-16:30 in summer, 10:30-15:30 in winter, 10:30-14:30 every Monday (regardless of season), stop selling tickets half an hour before closing; not open on Tuesday. (Local time)
The National Museum of Nepal is located not far from the south of Swayambhuna Temple. It houses a historical pavilion and a Buddhist pavilion. It is a good place to learn about Nepalese history and culture and appreciate Buddhist art. The museum was founded in 1928 and was originally named Chayousik Khana, which literally means "the stone house that stores weapons and ammunition."

Pashupatinath Temple

4.2/5165 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Pashupatinath Temple is located on the ring road east of the Tamil area, on the west bank of the Bagmati River. Originally built in 1696, this tower-style temple is one of the larger Hindu temples in Nepal and one of the four temples dedicated to Shiva in South Asia and is listed on the World Heritage List. This is a great place to experience Hindu culture.


4.3/5383 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
The Tamil area is home to tourists from all over the world. There are many tourist agencies, hotels, restaurants, craft shops, bookstores, foreign exchange shops and other tourist facilities. It is called “Little Hong Kong in Jiadu”. Visitors can buy Nepalese ethnic handicrafts as well as hiking and hiking equipment, making it a great place for a relaxing trip.

Kumari Temple

4.3/5172 Reviews
Historical Site
Historical Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
The Kumarima Temple, also known as the Living Temple of the Goddess, is a famous temple. Because of living in Nepal's famous live goddess Kumari, it has received much attention. The Kumarima Temple is a courtyard-style three-story temple. The exterior is a white-walled wooden window. The guards on the steps of the gate are two colored stone lions. There are rows of beautiful window sills and masts on the gates, and there are fascinating stories such as the inability to kill the cows and the devils.

Hanuman Dhoka

4.4/588 Reviews
Historical Site

Freak Street (Jhhonchen Tole)

4.3/533 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood

Shiva-Parvati Temple

4.1/549 Reviews
Historical Site
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