The most scenic place in Nepal is Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Which is located at an altitude of about 1400 m above sea level. Here you will see various ancient palaces and ruins and various Buddhist and Hindu temples. Besides, you can enjoy the amazing beauty of Kathmandu.
These are the sights of Kathmandu city:
Pashupatinath Temple is located on the banks of the river Parvati, east of Kathmandu. Which is one of the oldest and most famous Shiva temples in the world. The importance of this temple to the Hindu people dates back to ancient times.
Another name of Lord Shiva is Pashupati. Tourists from home and abroad flock here for the temple’s artistic craftsmanship and heritage. If you see the evening Arti here in the evening, your mind will be overwhelmed.
SwayambhuNath Stupa (UNESCO World Heritage Site):
Shambhunath Temple is located about 1 km away from Pashupati Nath Temple. It is also known as the Monkey Temple. Based on the structure of the beehive, the white dome of this stupa symbolizes the earth and its top symbolizes the 13 levels of human life.
When visiting the temple, you must visit the eastern side of it, which was built by King Pratap Malla. Here you will see various painted statues of Buddha. Which highlights the birth of the Buddha. This temple has a very beautiful view of Kathmandu city.
Buddha Nath Stupa (UNESCO World Heritage Site):
The most sacred Tibetan Buddhist temple outside Tibet is the Buddhanath Stupa and it is the largest stupa in Nepal. Built-in the 5th century, this Buddhist stupa is one of the largest and most magnificent stupas in the world.
It is believed that all your wishes will be fulfilled if you follow the rules and regulations around this temple. This stupa is a place of pilgrimage and worship for Buddhists all over the world and is also very popular among tourists.
Kathmandu Durbar Square (UNESCO World Heritage Site):
Kathmandu Darbar Square is one of the three Durbar Squares located in the Kathmandu Valley. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was the heart of old Kathmandu. Here you will see many Buddhist and Hindu temples and various buildings built by ancient kings.
These standing temples are one of the witnesses of history. You will be fascinated by all the known and unknown idols of temples and palaces.
Garden Of Dreams:
The Garden of Dreams is a historic and beautiful garden located in the heart of Kathmandu city. The garden created by Field Marcel Runner in 1920 was known as the Garden of Six Seasons. In this exotic garden, you will find fountains, reservoirs, and various species of trees and flowers.
You will also see 6 pavilions which are the symbols of 7 pilgrimages in Nepal. A very good place to sit on the green grass of the garden and enjoy the beauty of the garden.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square (UNESCO World Heritage Site):
Bhaktapur Durbar Square stands as a museum of medieval art and architecture, about 15 km from the city of Kathmandu. Located at an altitude of about 4650 feet above sea level, the square is about 4 sq km in size. Built by Maharaja Anandadev in 449 AD, the square stands as a symbol of historical architecture.
When you enter the square, you will understand the assembly of the temple and the palace.
Pathan Durbar Square (UNESCO World Heritage Site):
Pathan Durbar Square, known for its artistic heritage, is the oldest of the three Darbars in the Kathmandu Valley. Located on the banks of the Bagmati River, this city is one of the oldest Buddhist cities in the world. There are four stupas around the city.
Which are said to be the construction of Emperor Ashoka. These stupas stand as examples of remarkable architectural masterpieces. Here you will see many Hindu temples as well as various Buddhist memorial temples.
Nagarkot is a small and beautiful village about 32 km from Kathmandu city. Tourists come to Nagarkot to see the sunrise or sunset or the extraordinary beauty of the Himalayas.
Lumbini is an important tourist destination in Nepal, about 270 km from Kathmandu. This city is the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, the guru of Buddhism
Another popular destination is Chitwan National Park, about 160 km from Kathmandu city. Here you can go on an elephant safari and jeep safari. You will see many wild animals like rhinos, deer, bison, and tigers. However, if you want a day, you can enjoy the beauty of the forest at night from a hotel near the forest