This 62-meter-high tower was built in 1832 and is the tallest building in Kathmandu. The ticket for foreigners reaches 299 rupees. There is no elevator here. Visitors must climb 213 steps on foot. The top of the tower is Shiva's small shrine, and the viewing platform is located at 200 steps. There is no doubt that this is the best viewing spot in Kathmandu. You can clearly see the Durbar Square and the Queen's Pool in the distance, as well as the big playground under the tower and the dried-up Sundhara Pool.
What a pricey ticket, pretending to be locals can identify, Nepalese national tickets 300 rupees, so cheap. Pick up the steps all the way up, when tired and panting, finally to the top, every Nepali met is very friendly, sweet smile, the ticket is also worth it. oh .
From far away, you can see this white spire, which is very clean.
The beautiful white tower has completely collapsed. The original tower is 62 meters high, once the highest building in Kathmandu. There is never a shortage of crowds. Step by step to the top of the tower can look out over Kathmandu in the red dust.
The tower was still in the unit when we went, it was quite old and quite the local tall building