How to Explore Nepal

nepal Nepal is the Himalayan Kingdom. Nepal is very beautiful place with its lush jungles, deep valleys, lofty mountains and exotic wildlife.

Important Places

Important places to visit in Nepal include Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Boudhanath, Budhanilkantha, Bungmati and Khokana, Chandeshwari, Champa Devi, Changunarayan, Chovar, Chapagaon, Dhulikhel, Dakshinkali, Kirtipur, Kakani, Kopan Monastery, Nagarjun, Namo Buddha, Panauti, Phulchowki, Sankhu, Shivapuri, Swayambhunath and Tika Bhairav.


Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal. It is the biggest city in Nepal. You find the temple of Living Goddess a few steps away. You can find several historical monuments in the city.


It is also called Patan. Emperor Ashoka had established this Buddhist City in the third century BC. It is a great center for Newari Buddhist religion. It is also famous for traditional crafts and arts. About 55 important temples are situated here. Important temples include Kumbheshwar temple, Hiranya Varna Mahavihar, Krishna Mandir, Mahabouddha temple and Jagatnarayan temple.


It is situated at a distance of 14 km from Kathmandu. It is famous for weaving pottery. You can find neatly carved temples in this city. It is a place for farmers. The prominent places in Bhaktapur include Nyatapole Temple, Dattatrya Temple, Bhairavanath Temple, Bell of the barking dogs, Durbar Square, Palace of 55 windows and the Golden Gate.


Bodhanath stupa is situated at a distance of 8km from Kathmandu. It is the largest stupa in Nepal. You can find about 108 Buddha images around this stupa.

Khokana and Bungmati

The twin villages are situated on the southern side of Kathmandu. These two villages were established in the 16th century. You can find Karya Binayak shine between these two villages.


It is situated at a distance of 9 km from Kathmandu. You can find a large black stone statue of Lord Vishnu resting on Snakes bed. It is located at the foot of the Shivapuri hills. The monumental sculpture dates back to the Lichhavi era. The devotees offer rice and flowers to Lord Vishnu.


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