Kathmandu City Tour encourages the beautiful vista of natural and artistic surroundings around Kathmandu valley. Kathmandu town of the temple gazes at paradise on earth. Kathmandu valley is situated 1400 meters higher than the water level in a concave shape. The Capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu appearances as its beauty is on another level throughout the world. This city has become a point of convergence for ample tourists (either foreigners or natives). There are three cities Bhaktapur, Lalitpur along with Kathmandu city. Whichever city you stop over you won’t return disenchanted. Cities are astounding with a blend of ethnic and sacred traits.
Basantapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath temple, Buddha Stupa, and Swoyambhunath are some of the high spots of Kathmandu that you cannot miss throughout the Kathmandu City Tour. Via a city tour to Kathmandu, these magnificent monuments are out looked among which some are enlisted as world heritage sites by UNESCO. Your eyes won’t get sufficient to flatter the beauty of those places. You will not get enough from glimpsing and admiring the refinement of historical and religious monuments.
Kathmandu Durbar Square
Basantapur is the core of Kathmandu valley. Basantapur Durbar square leaves anyone in amusement with its splendid monuments. You can find numerous monuments with historic and ethnic beliefs inside durbar square like Taleju temple, (which is merely open throughout Nawami of Vijaya Dashami), Hanuman Dhoka, Kumari Chowk, and the bell. There is an antique temple ‘Jagannath’ with an erotic figurine. Those artifacts show boys and girls fulfilling the human need of ‘Kamasutra’. You can sight the European-style building ‘GaddhiBaithak’ built by Ranas in 1908. A gigantic sculpture of Kal (black) Bhairav with a terrifying look and six arms has become an attractive portion. If you make a wish with a pure heart in front of that statue then there is faith in getting fulfilled. But if you make a fake promise or tell lie then you will be punished and will vomit blood or may die.
Patan Durbar Square
Patan Durbar square is full of conspicuous legacy. This is one of the most visited localities in town. Krishna Mandir and Patan Durbar are situated on the periphery of Patan Durbar Square. There is a special kind of ceremonial celebration on the occasion of ‘Krishna Asthami’ (the birthday of Lord Shree Krishna). It is the third largest city in Nepal after Kathmandu and Bhaktapur respectively. This city is well-known for Newari culture and Jatra. This city is famous for ‘Matka kulfi’. You can enjoy lip-smacking traditional Newari cuisines like Choila, Bara, Yomari, Samaya Baji, egg verities, and many more.
Pashupatinath temple stands almost 6 km east of Kathmandu. This is mostly visited as a religious site by Hindus. Temple alongside the Bagmati River is a flawless view. In spite of being the temple of Lord Shiva Mahadev, Hindu deity people of any religion visit this temple once in their life. If you don’t attain ‘Evening Aarati’ after visiting Pashupati then it will be like overlooking dessert after a delicious meal. Priests chanting Lord Shiva’s mantra during Aarati leave anyone spellbound. Sadhus with the ash-scrubbed body, Rudraksha garland, reciting shiva’s hymn welcomes anyone with any religion is the most pleasing scenario. Pashupatinath Temple is encircled by other shrines. Shrines around Pashupatinath are Surya Narayan, Kritimukh Bhairav, Unmatta Bhairav, Budhanilkantha, Vasuki Nath, Hanuman shrine, 184 Shivalinga, and many more.
Bouddhanath Stupa is one of the most imperative and unique structure stupas in the world. It is the second most divine monastery of Buddhists after Swayambhunath. Though this is a Buddhist monument there is no religious boundary for visitors. It looks like Swayambhunath and is also called a small Swayambhunath. The picture-perfect eyes in the Stupa also known as ‘wisdom eyes’ indicate the omniscience of Lord Buddha. Those eyes are in the shade of the Nepali Flag (red, blue, and white). The curved question mark sign nose between those eyes is a Nepali character of one ‘१’ which means unity.
Swayambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple)
Nearly 2500 years old Swayambhunath Stupa is also known as ‘Monkey Temple. The literal meaning of Swayambhu is ‘self-created’ or ‘self-existent’. This is the oldest and most visited stupa by Buddhist monks from all over the world. On the west, there is the main entrance gate from where you can glimpse three massive statues of Lord Buddha. You can go from another way (stairs) either. There are 365 stairs that will surely lead you to spiritual enlightenment with the view of the Sleeping Buddha statue. From the front side of the Stupa, you can catch the outlook of Kathmandu city. On the western side of the Stupa, there is a small artificial fountain and pond. There is a trend of tossing a coin and if the coin is placed on a plate then it is taken as good luck.
Kathmandu City Tour not only concealments the monuments and huge edifices. But also the big heart of its indigenous folks. The height of intelligence, cultural and traditional blends and food cuisine is at another level. Kathmandu City Tour permits its invitees to all these varieties of sites and sights. Enjoy the beautiful Kathmandu City Tour with Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition with the finest and traversable cost and itinerary, and make your ‘Being in Nepal’ moment wonderful and dedicatory for the epoch.