Just in Duba Square, many ancient buildings were badly damaged after the earthquake, and still under renovation. Duba Square is actually the square in front of the palace gate. Kathmandu, Patan and Badgang all have a Duba Square. The most convenient and labor-saving way is to find a local driver and guide. The route is planned beforehand to avoid the trouble of finding scenic spots, because Nepal has no door number.
Well, it's a little bit damaged, but it's interesting to see children running around happily. It's worth seeing.
It was evening, and the Chichandra Temple was closed, but it could still smell the fragrance of Lane.
The temples, mainly Indian Buddhism, are beautifully constructed.
When I went there, many children were playing in a beautiful place, and it was already a school with a very historical feeling.