1. Pashupatinath Temple : The Pashupatinath Temple is a renowned hindu sanctuary of Nepal and arranged in Kathmandu close Bagmari River.The sanctuary is under rundown of UNSECO World legacy site. The twelve Jyotirlinga (in India) are the body and the Jyotirlinga at Pashupatinath in Kathmandu (Nepal) is the head over this body.
  2. Boudhanath : Arranged 8 km toward the east of downtown Kathmandu, Boudhanath, is a standout amongst the most forcing historic points in Kathmandu, obvious when you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport. It is the biggest stupa in the Kathmandu Valley. The 36-meter-high stupa of Boudhanath is one of the biggest stupas in South Asia. With endless cloisters encompassing it, Boudhanath is the focal point of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. Worked in the state of a mandala intended to repeat the Gyangtse of Tibet, the stupa was redesigned by Licchhavi rulers in the eighth century. The area of the stupa is intriguing as it once lay on the antiquated exchange course to Tibet and it was here that Tibetan vendors rested and offered petitions for quite a long time. On each side are a couple of the all powerful eyes of the Buddha symbolizing mindfulness. The overhang has 13 phases. At ground level there is a block divider with 147 specialties and 108 pictures of the meditational Buddha inset behind copper petition wheels.
  1. Swayambhu : Swayambhu, now an UNESCO World Heritage Site, backpedals to old circumstances. The soonest composed record of the Great Stupa of Swayambhu is a fifth century stone engraving. Respected by lords, priests, and explorers alike, the stupa has been reestablished and repaired on various events. In 1349 it was harmed by an attacking Muslim armed force and later repaired by King Saktimalle Bhalloka. In 1505, the yogin Sangye Gyaltsen added the haggle to the stupa's arch. In 1614 the sixth Shamarpa had places of worship incorporated with the stupa in the four cardinal ways. A few critical Kagyu lamas held a sanctification function in 1750 after a noteworthy remodel.

The stupa speaks to Buddha's mind. To visit a stupa is said to be the same as meeting a Buddha face to face. It offers peace, flexibility and happiness to the entire world and at last encourages us to get immaculate edification. Simply observing, finding out about, reflecting upon, or touching a stupa encourages peace and even profound discharge. The stupa conciliates physical and mental challenges, for example, ailments, starvation and clashes in all regions and headings.

  1. Thamel : Thamel is the most crowded heavenly place in Kathmandu. It contains numerous hotels, restaurants, shops and situated  in the northern region of Kathmandu. There are more than one thousand restaurant, coffee shop, and hotels in Thamel. Thamel is the center tourist place  and the main business place in Nepal. Thousand of tourist spent weeks, months in Thamel.It is famous for it’s crafts, boutiques, trekking.  It is around 7 km drive from Tribhuban International Airport and around 15 to 20 min walking distance from Kathmandu.  You can say Thamel is best for Night life and most happening place in Nepal. The youngsters and teens hang up on there and the tourist get  with its glitter light up at night.
  2. Durbar Square: Kathmandu Durbar Square is the stunning artistry between 12th and 18th It is located in front of the old royal palace. Kathmandu Durbar Square is famous for it’s spectacular art and sculpture and the great temples, houses, palaces and other structures. The Idols, arts and scripts in the building, temples, palaces are spell bound. The durbar has two phases- the outer phase and the inner phase. The outer phase is called Outer Complex and the inner phase is called Inner Complex. The famous temple s like Talenju Temple,  Jagannath Temple,  Shiv-Parvati Temple, Big Bell etc is situated in Outer Complex and the Inner Complex is famous for Nepalese Royal Family ,Old Palaces, Basantapur  Durbar, Hanuman Dhoka and other ancient aristic structure which grows the traveler crowd.
  3. Langtang National Park: Langtan Valley is the first Himalayan part. The magnificent views of mountain and the fascinating climatic conditions attack the tourist in large and the nature of this park bound them to visit here again and again. This park is surrounded by rivers and valleys. You can enjoy the beauty of Trisuli river in the western boundary and Southern boundary follows the north of Kathmandu Valley. Due to the spectacular climatic condition the vegetation like Oaks, Chirpine,  Naple,  Fir, Blue Pine, Hemlock Spruce and various species grow up in the deep of the forest. The special ion here is the wide range of animal like Wild dog, Red Panda, Musk Deer, Himalayan Black Bear, Ghoral, Serow, various kind of bird in the spring time, Rhesus Monkeys and the Langurs.
  4. Kopan Monastery: Kopan Monastery- An ancient Buddhist Town, is situated near Boudhanath. Kopan  is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery. Monks come from all the areas from Nepal and Tibet and spent ages for learning meditation, soul recognition, Buddhism. From the ages, Kopan is conceived by Lamas, monks, teachers and many students who come who come here for spiritual studies, learning Buddhism. The main subject of study here is the Study of your own mind, own soul and to recognize the meaning of life and how to stay calm and cool in any situation of life
  5. Kathmandu Valley: Kathmadu Valley stands at around 1,425 meters above from the sea level. This Valley is surrounded by four mountain ranges i.e. the famous Nagarjun Mountain range, Shivapuri, Phulchowki and Chandragiri. Kathmandu Valley is considered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in the year of 1979. This is the main economic hub and the most developed and populated place in Nepal. It is a fully commercial area with offices and other Government bodies.
  6. Mahabuddha: The Then Priest of Patan, Abhaya Raj’s amazing creation is Mahabuddha Temple in Nepal. The temple itself s thousands of tourists for its famous arts and sculpture. The specialty of this temple is every brick of this temple is made up of Budha’s image.  Therefore it is called the ‘The Temple of Thousand of Budha’s’. The environment of this temple is very peaceful and pure.  Travelers come here in groups from all around the world and enjoy the nature’s beauty.
  7. Chandragiri Hills: It has been said by Legend that King Pritivi Narayan Shah worshipped in a temple on the top of the Chandragiri Hill during his Unification Campaign. This is the famous Bhaleshore Mahadev Temple of Lord Shiva which is situated on the top of the Chanragiri Hills- now being the most tourist attraction. This hill is about 7,500 feet above the sea level and it lies on the South-west of Kathmandu Valley. This Hills is the most adventurous trekking route around Kathmandu Valley.

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