It was indeed a great time exploring kathmandu. The city is chaotic but the people are friendly and hospitable.
this is a fantastic example of some of the cultural hustory of Nepal and Kathmandu. well worth the 1000 rupees
My favorite place in Kathmandu. It’s great to see locals hang out. Make sure to get a second or third day entree ticket at the office there if you want to. For the multi-day entry you’d need a physical picture of you. The living goddess also lives in a house in the square. She makes an appearance in the afternoon - you can check time with the officials once you get there
nepal was a great place to visit and also the world great higher mountain to treking ... i love nepal kathmandu
i loved to be there evry art and handcraft were awesome if i get chance would loved to visit once again ❤️❤️
If it's your first visit to Kathmandu, a visit to Durbar Square is a must despite the hefty entrance fee and damage inflicted on many of the buildings by the earthquake. It is still possible to appreciate the magnificence of the temples, shrines and monuments and many of the stone carvings are still intact. The square still has a bustling atmosphere - its fun to watch small Nepalese children chase pigeons, pilgrims praying at the temples and locals selling vegetables. It's not what it used to be, but the ticket prices support the re-construction and you can't really go to Kathmandu and forgo Durbar Square.
There is an entrance fee of 10 USD but if you look Asian they won't probably notice. They have a sort of flea market selling all sorts of stuff but I find the price not to my liking. At a Italian gelato place called Amor you can try masala latte ice cream and it's so so weird and good