Built in 1832, the 62-metre-high tower is the tallest building in Kathmandu, with 299 rupees for foreigners. There are no elevators. Visitors have to climb 213 steps on foot. The top of the tower is Shiva's shrine, while the viewing platform is located on 200 steps. There is no doubt that this is the best scenic spot in Kathmandu. You can clearly see the Duba Square and Queen's Pool in the distance. You can also see the playground under the tower and the dried-up Sondhara Pool.
Time brings great changes to the world. The beautiful white tower in the picture has completely collapsed. The original tower, 62 meters high, was once the tallest building in Kathmandu. There has never been a shortage of bustling people. Step by step, climbing to the top of the tower, you can see Kathmandu in the red dust.
What an expensive ticket. It's a cheap ticket for Nepalese nationals who pretend to be the local people. It's 300 rupees. All the way up the stairs, when exhausted and panting, finally reached the top level. Every Nepalese I met was very friendly, with a sweet smile and expensive tickets. Ha-ha
It's very distinctive. There are more tourists. In the past two years, more and more people have come to China.
When you take a picture, you must lower your dad's camera before you can get the feeling of Weian.
It was a pity that a very tall and magnificent tower collapsed completely after the earthquake.