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Private Half-Day Tour of Kathmandu Darbar Square and Swayambhunath Temple
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Kathmandu Evening Tour by Rickshaw Including Durbar Square
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Cultural Walking Tour of Kathmandu: Swayambhunath and Durbar Square with...
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Monuments, temples and wandering animals dot this bustling town square, which is also where Nepal kings are crowned.
  • Excellent45%
  • Very good34%
  • Average16%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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“living goddess” (119 reviews)
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Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Crowded, impoverished, hectic and dirty but still vibrant. A must see just like any attraction in a major city you made effort to get too...but then move out and see what Nepal really has to offer.

Thank Matt K
Reviewed 2 days ago

you can find out 1000 years old history at that place, its really amazing place and Durbar square architecture is really extra ordinary.

Thank LohshaGhasha
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Worth a visit and unlike the others this has a very comprehensive museum included which allows you to understand more. Again 1000 rupee entrance pp. Beginning to relapse Kathmandu as a tourist is quite expensive to do a tour of temples and landmarks averaging 1000...More

Thank BlondeInTheBigWorld
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Today I visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, I feel very sad that still not start renovation , earthquake made big garage at this heritage . Big number people visit for UNISCO site every years. Now visiter number not improve because of it . Woodcarving is became...More

Thank Rammani
Reviewed 1 week ago

Try to imagin befor the earth quake and it takes all it's significance. You need to see and appreciate the rebuilding of this once magic lieu. Jnot to be overlooked for a stroll or a bit of local food.

Thank Alain B
Reviewed 1 week ago

It must have been wonderful in its heyday before the earthquake. It sill has a lot to offer and is a must see place anyway. There are still enough buildings and sights to make it worthwhile.

Thank Seasonedtraveller142
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is a lot to see here. We were lucky enough to visit on election day so it was free for us. Lots of locals a great place to people watch as well as take in the sights

Thank clarem338
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The first buildings in Kathmandu, several built in wood, very handsome work had been done. If you look closely you can see beautiful details. In one of this houses, the young girl (living God) is living, are you lucky - you can see here in...More

Thank Atle H
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had kept about 3 hours for this place on the last day of our Kathmandu visit but realized it wasn't enough. The place is easily accessible by car and after paying an entry fee, one is allowed into the area. Please note that the...More

Thank StanleyPune
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I read some comments of ppl saying its expensive to pay 1000 rupees to visit here and i disagree. I think its work visiting and 10usd is not that much. The area where the courtyard is and where the statue/ temple of the god is...More

Thank jesusda81
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