Rohan Palace is the residential area of King Mala, located in Durbar Square in Kathmandu. On each side of the entrance to the palace is a portrait of Ganis (the god of wisdom in India), who is said to have protected the palace. Four different types of towers are built in the four corners of the courtyard, namely Lalitpur Tower, Bhakta Tower, Kiltipur Tower and Basa Tempel Tower.
A palace courtyard that is very difficult to find, small in scale, just east of Nassau Palace, surrounded by four towers.
It is a very period-style building, a very grand palace, dim inside without light, fully relying on outdoor light; wooden stairs, narrow and steep
It's a pity that you can't go inside, you can only browse the outside scenes. It would be better if you could go in and take a look. Nice look, I like it.
The typical Nepalese style temples are great. I like this place very much, and I really like it.
It's a very atmospheric palace. It's dim and there is no light, and it uses outdoor light; the wooden stairs are narrow and steep, and the crunching noise of going up makes people feel anxious.