Dream Garden, this is a relatively clean place in Nepal.
There is no dust flying poplar outside the wall. There are many local couples dating here, and there are little squirrels who are not afraid of people everywhere.
Many people in Nepal are impressed by a backward country, and you will also find that there is also a beautiful garden here, which is amazing. We spent less than an hour on Tamil Street and went out to the Nepalese Royal Palace. Although we knew that the palace was not open to the public, we wanted to see the appearance of the palace. Who knows that the entire palace was surrounded by high walls and could not be seen. So I walked back and found a small door on the east side of the Tamil area. The door said "Dreams", only to know that it was a garden.
The Garden of Dreams is located in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. It is a quiet retreat. The Dream Garden was built in the 1920s and was built by Nepalese Army Marshal Kaiser Shumsher Rana after visiting several properties of Edward VII in the UK for 200.
An Edwardian-style garden sprawling over nearly 7000 sq. meters in the busy and congested heart of Kathmandu, the Garden of Dreams, constructed in 1920, features ponds, pergolas, pavilions and an amphitheatre, and has undergone extensive recent restoration with the help of the Austrian government. An oasis away from the chaotic city around it, it features a handful of smaller specialized gardens, and six pavilions each dedicated to one of the six seasons of Nepal.