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The ancient city Bhaktapur lies on the Eastern part of Kathmandu valley which is also known as Bhadgaon or Khwopa. The historical monument on around signifies medieval age culture and tradition of Nepal and this old city is inhabited by indigenous...more
I have been many times in this beautiful ancient city and also called the old name is "Bhadgaon". It is really nice place to visit for to see the 16th to 17th century arts. Entrance fees are Nrs.1500 but worth of value even paying that....More
Visited this place with little to no expectations and was amazed by its vibrant history, religious temples and meticously carved wooden doors and temple window frames. Just amazing and worth the visit if you are uncertain whether to move or not outside Kathmandu. The entrance...More
Fabulous historical square with beautiful temples and stories. Sadly a huge amount of damage sustained by the 2015 earthquake is everywhere to be seen. Tourists pay a small fee to enter the area but well worth it to wander around looking at the statues. Street...More
Getting from Kathmandu to Bhaktapur Is the best thing, with local busses or minivans to the brick city. At Durbar Square you can still see the damage from the recent earthquake but the place is alive.
I got some food and a drink at the...More
Wonderful weekend getaway. Enjoyed the Art meuseum tour with much more information obtained, tasted the local juju dhau, observed the making of the local piggy bank, handicrafts etc etc... the list can go on. Just the sad part is there are still many ruins which...More
Kathmandu has several Heritage sites and Bhaktapur is one and under renovation after the earthquake but still very rich in history and an amazing place to walk around to feel the architecture and culture. This is basically an idea of an ancient gated community. There...More