Kathmandu – the city of colors, history, traditions, vibrancy, temples and warmest people around. When you visit this capital city you will experience “Little Nepal”.
Boudhanath: Surrounded by prayer wheels and colorful prayer flag; this is one symbolic stupa for not only Buddhists but people all over. The delightful environment, especially during the evening where one can see monks offering prayer, with Tibetan aroma around will surely make your stay blissful.
Durbar Square: Probably the heart of Kathmandu. This abandoned palace area by the royals still remains a royal place to be for the tourists; whether it’s the numbers of temples, the rich history behind it or the home of the “Living Godess”, Kumari Bahal.
Pashupatinath Temple: Situated in the bank of the Holi River, Bagmati. Pashupatinath Temple is the holiest shrine for Hindus all over. This temple symbolises the power of Lord Shiva. With awe-inspiring pagoda style designs, sadhus all over around the area and most importantly the power of belief of people in the temple, is something you surely wouldn’t want to miss.
Thamel: Noisy, pubs, lounges, bars, hotel, live music, food; a tourist hub in a truest sense. You will find people of different backgrounds, cultures, and the variety of the modern “hippie” society here.
Swayambhunath: Situated in the hills of Kathmandu, this glorious Buddhist temple is one of the must see place in Kathmandu. The view of Kathmandu from the temple area is simply jaw dropping.