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Places To Visit in Kathmandu - Nepal

Asan Tole - Kathmandu

Asan Tole

The busiest square in the city, from dawn to dusk it is crammed with vendors selling spices and vegetables from all over the country. It is fitting then that Annapurna Temple is dedicated to the goddess of abundance, represented by a purana bowl of grain. On Sundays and other days of the week,...

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Bhimsen Tower (Dharahara) - Kathmandu

Bhimsen Tower (Dharahara)

Tel: 4215616
Price: Rs 299
Opening Time: 8am-8pm

A white tower in the old town, this place has views at 61.88m high – 213 steps above the city. There is also a Shiva shrine right at the very top.

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Garden of Dreams - Kathmandu

Garden of Dreams

Tel: +9771 442 5340
Price: Adult/child: Rs 160/40
Opening Time: 9am-10pm

Beautifully restored, this garden is one of the most peaceful and beautiful places in Kathmandu. Built after Feild Marshall Kaiser Shamser (1892-1964) visited the gardens of Edwarian England, he won...

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Hanuman Dhoka - Kathmandu

Hanuman Dhoka

A small area within Dunbar Square, this place serves as the inner palace complex that was originally founded during the Licchavi period (4th to 8th centuries AD). The structure that stands today was constructed by King Pratap Malla in the 17th century. There are now ten chowks (courtyards) to...

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Jaisi Deval Temple - Kathmandu

Jaisi Deval Temple

Tall and triple roofed, this temple sits at what once was the site of the ancient city during the Licchavi period (during the 4th and 8th centuries). This temple is a Shiva one as specified by the bull on the steps and the mildly erotic carvings on the temple struts. To the west of the temple...

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Kasthamandap (Pavilion of the Wood) - Kathmandu

Kasthamandap (Pavilion of the Wood)

A three-roof building that according to local lore was constructed in the 12th century from the wood of a single sal tree. It was first used as a community centre for the congregation of the people before major events. It was later converted into a temple dedicated to Gorakhnath a 13th century...

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Rani Pokhari - Kathmandu

Rani Pokhari

A fence enclosed tank, just off Kantipath is said to have been built by King Pratap Malla for his grief-stricken wife after the accidental death of their son in 1667. The pokhari (pool) was used during the Malla era for trials by ordeal and later became a suicide spot; because of this, the tank is...

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Swayambhunath - Kathmandu


Located outside the ring road surrounding Kathmandu, this Buddhist temple is considered to be one of the definitive experiences of the city. Nicknames the ‘Monkey Temple’ given the mass of monkeys you’ll find, the compound is centred around a white stupa, topped by a spire with the painted...

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