Things to do in Kathmandu

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    Swayambhunath Stupa

    33 reviews

    I usually walk up to the temple in the late afternoon when things cool off a bit. There's something nice about walking up the steep steps when the shadows are growing long. Don't be afraid of the monkeys that swarm the place. Don't bother them, they won't bother you...usually. Just don't have food or shiny things that they can grab ...

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    Bhoudhanath Stupa

    31 reviews

    spiritual place with a lot of tourists and shops, but still a must if you are in KTM, easy to reach by bus from Thamel

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  • 3

    Kathmandu Valley

    35 reviews

    there is realy a lot to see, in KTM and arround, also you can make small hikes in the mountains arround, there are not many tourists but friendly locals, the valley is worth to spend some days

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    Kathmandu Durbar Square

    20 reviews

    Kathmandu's old Durbar Square (Hanuman Dhoka) is the valley's number-one tourist attraction. Patna's Durbar Square is Lovelier, and Bhaktapur's is more peaceful, but Kathmandu's sprawling complex seethes with life. On warm summer nights people linger on temple steps and vegetable sellers display their wares by candlelight near the Kathamandap. Early on a winter morning the square is equally evocative, with ...

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  • 5


    17 reviews

    The largest Shiva temple in the world (and a UNESCO world heritage site), the Pashupatinath Temple in the east of Kathmandu is closed to non-Hindu visitors, but still well worth a visit just to sit on the steps on the opposite bank of the Bagmati river and soak in the atmosphere. It's one of Kathmandu's major cremation sites, and respectfully ...

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  • 6

    Langtang Trek

    4 reviews

    Langtang Region This trek will take you into some of the wildest and most scenic areas of Nepal from the fertile rice basins of Trisuli to the dense forests of rhododendron and conifer on the higher slopes, the high alpine Yak pastures, glaciers and moraines around Kyangin Gompa. The remote holy lakes at Gosainkunda along the route we experience the ...

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  • 7

    The Garden of Dreams

    3 reviews

    Really nice and quaint garden located just outside Thamel in Kathmandu. Nepal's capital city can be very hectic with all the traffic and the noise that comes from it, so the garden of dreams is a great way to relax and get away from the madness for a little while. The garden is pretty small, but they do have a ...

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  • 8

    Windows of Kathmandu

    4 reviews

    Colorful decorations definitely, but even more colorful with people behind it watching you and others walking around.

  • 9

    Kopan Monastery and Convent

    2 reviews

    A Tibetan buddhist monastery and convent on the outskirts of Kathmandu that actually allow visitors and welcome you. Sights, sounds, teachings, moments, to last more than a lifetime (no pun intended ;).

  • 10

    Ultimate Descents Nepal

    2 reviews

    White water rafting in the Himalayas is just about as dangerous a hobby you can enjoy this side of deep underwater cave exploration. With that in mind, it's important to choose the best equip and most reputable guides when you are embarking out onto the water. The guides at Ultimate Descents Nepal have been providing rafting adventures for over twenty ...

  • 11

    National Museum (Chhauni Museum)

    2 reviews
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  • 12

    Boudhanath Stupa

    2 reviews

    An incredibly spiritual place for Tibetan Buddhists, but also for tourists as well.

  • 13

    Kathmandu 44600

    2 reviews
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  • 14

    Kumari Ghar

    1 review

    Splendid 18th Century palace in Durbar Square which is home up to the present day to the Royal Kumari of Kathmandu - a child revered as a living god. Tourists get in to the courtyard and if you're lucky enough you'll catch a glimpse (no cameras, please) of the living goddess from one of the first floor windows. Truly extraordinary.

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  • 15

    Mountain air guided adventures(p.)Ltd.

    1 review

    Mountain Air Guided Advenures(p.) ltd. Best trekking and adventure company in nepal which is located in thamel. Organizing your all travel planning in nepal, such as tours, trekking, rafting, visa, Air ticket, bus ticket etc. Experience staff, and loyal service, and quality service, expose the life of Nepal

  • 16

    Himalayan Glacier Trekking

    1 review

    realy good trecking company, they organize very well and they have a good and responsible stuff, everything worked like it should, we did two private tours with them

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  • 17

    Asan Tole

    1 review

    The busiest market square in Kathmandu's medieval city, this is a great spot for photography, with people flooding through to buy produce or worship at the shrines at all times of the day and night. There are a number of good spice shops here for those on the hunt for masalas.

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  • 18

    Indra Chowk

    1 review

    The alleyways here are the Old City's clothing and fabrics epicentre, and a great place to get tailor-made clothing sewn up. Like most of the Old City, there are also a couple of shrines and temples here that get regular devotional traffic all day long while the shopping goes on around it.

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  • 19

    Hanuman Dhoka

    1 review
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  • 20


    1 review

    Panauti is a small town in the middle of rcefield . In the time of Malla Kingdom the place was assigned to a princess who loves art and pace . Some of main temple and the town self are very nice . The landscape is also really nice .

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