KATHMANDU TOUR

KATHMANDU TOUR

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INCLUSION:-FOR KATHMANDU:-
 
3 Night Stay In Hotel
Daily Breakfast In Hotel
Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfer
One Half Day Sight Seeing
Two Half Day Sight Seeing In Hotel Radisson, Soaltee And Yak & yeti
 
 
INCLUSIONS:- FOR POKHRA:
 
2 Night Stay In Hotel
Daily Break Fast In Hotel
Airport-Hotel-Aiport Transfer
 
(With Extra Service Tax)
Casino package Everest 3000 Casino Coupons Each Except Radisson And Shangrilla 5000 Each (Meals In Casino)
KATHMANDU TOUR visting places:
 
MACHCHENDRA NATH TEMPLE - Machchendra is considered as the guardian of the valley and his temple is one of the most revered among Hindus and Buddhists alike. The temple is situated in Kel Tol, north of Durbar Square. HANUMAN DHOKA - The name of the old royal palace has been derived from the statue of Hanuman that guards the entrance. The building has remained uninhabited from the days of its first construction in the 13th century. It is now used mainly for royal ceremonies. The main attractions here include the Nasal Chowk, Tribhuvan Memorial Museum (the section open to public), Basantpur Tower, Mahendra Memorial Museum, and a stone inscription. 
 
 
HANUMAN DHOKA - Kathmandu The name of the old royal palace has been derived from the statue of Hanuman (the monkey god of Hindu mythology) that guards the entrance. The building has remained uninhabited from the days of its first construction in the 13th century. Most of the older structures are now gone and the present building is a highly modified version of the earlier one. It is now used mainly for royal ceremonies. The main attractions here include the Nasal Chowk, Tribhuvan Memorial Museum (the section open to public), Basantpur Tower, Mahendra Memorial Museum, and a stone inscription. 
 
 
RESIDENCE OF THE LIVING GODDESS - This is an 18th-century palace in Kathmandu with beautifully carved window frames, some of them carved in the shape of peacocks while the central one is covered in gold. The palace is known as Kumari Bahal, where Kumari, the living goddess of Kathmandu, resides.
 
KASHTHAMANDAP - The place which gave Kathmandu its name, the Kashthamandap temple is perhaps the oldest surviving structure in Kathmandu. The central image in the temple is of Saint Gorakhnath, who watches over the Shah Dynasty. A small shrine of Ganesha is also located inside the temple. 
 
SWAYAMBHUNATH - The hilltop Stupa of Swayambhunath, considered 2,000 years old, is one of the holiest places for Newari Buddhists. 
 
 
 
 
PASHUPATINATH - The Pashupatinath Temple, situated on the banks of River Baghmati around 8 km from the city, is one of the holiest Hindu shrines.
 
BOUDNATH - Boudnath is one of the largest stupas in the world and an important Buddhist pilgrimage. Today, Boudnath bustles with Tibetan population, busy with carpet manufacture, trade, and prayers at the several monasteries belonging to different sects of Tibetan Buddhism.
 
CHOVAR - Chovar is the site of a gorge where the water drains from the valley. It is situated 6 km south-west of the city and there is a small pagoda of Adinath on the top of the gorge. 
 
GUHESHWARI TEMPLE - Guheshwari Temple near Pashupatinath is considered as the place where Yoni of Shiva’s consort Sati fell when she was cut into pieces by Lord Vishnu. PHARPING - Pharping is a popular picnic spot near Chovar, just outside the city centre. BALAJU WATER GARDEN - Balaju Water Garden is situated northwest of the city and an 18th-century design of spouting crocodile heads set in pleasant gardens. 
 

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