Visit Kathmandu Durbar Square
Kathmandu Durbar Square is an important landmark of the Nepal country. This attraction is one of the most visited sites in the country by tourists from all over the world. After the earthquake of 2015, this UNESCO Heritage site is slowly but gradually getting back its shine.
Durbar Square is a complex of Hindu and Buddhist shrines, and courtyards. The architectural wonder is featured in the intricate hand wood carvings on the panels, doors and temples. This vast square stretches from Taleju Temple, Jagannath Temple to Hanuman Dhoka and several stalls to buy souvenirs. Going back to its history, Kathmandu Durbar Square was used as the monarch ground by the rulers till date. Swarmed with guides and tourists, this complex looks best in the early morning. Entry to the Durbar Square is paid for a day pass and can be extended for free at the Site Office.