The palace building is elegant and solemn, exhibiting Nepal's former prosperity and foreign policy, coexisting under all countries. King Bīrendra Bīr Bikram Shāh introduced a multi-party system to promote democratic reforms in the country. There are parliament rooms in the palace, etc., which makes people feel the democratic reforms in Nepal. This is also where the Nepalese royal family shooting took place. You can visit the place where the incident occurred and feel the tension at the time. However, the exhibits are in disrepair. It was transformed from the palace of the previous king and lies in the center of the city. Opening hours are 11 noon to 3 pm. If you want to visit, it is recommended to line up early. Bags need to be stored. Mobile phones cannot be brought in. Security checks are required. The museum introduces the life of former kings and the rooms where foreign heads of state were received.
Narayanhiti Palace Museum is more friendly to Chinese people. Tickets are 250 and other countries are 1000. It is not allowed to take pictures. It feels like there is nothing to take in it. Things are a bit like our 80s old, and they are not valuable.
You can’t take pictures of this classic, you have to store your phone and camera after entering the door. Tickets are discounted for Chinese passport holders at 250 rupees. It displays the daily life utensils of the royal family members in the past, and you can learn about the modern history of Nepal. The location is about 15 minutes walk east from Tamil (Dream Garden). Please note that the opening hours are very short, usually from 11 o'clock to 3 o'clock in the afternoon. It is closed every Tuesday and Wednesday.
The only regret is that photos are not allowed in the presidential palace! It is said that there is still an abdicated president living in it, so visitors are not allowed to take photos for safety. The presidential palace, which was abandoned after 2008, saw photos of Jiang Zemin’s visit to Nepal. Lao Jiang and his wife also lived in the presidential palace. Although the size of the room is not large, it looks exquisitely furnished. Worth coming!
A very good palace, very cost-effective, a particularly good attraction. . . . One person watched slowly. . One way lets you go. The better staff asked me where I came from. As soon as I heard that I was a Chinese, they told me not to line up and buy a ticket directly at the small gate next to it, half the price. Then I deposited everything except my wallet and passport, and the staff treated me with a smile. Very friendly.
The fare is 200RB, ladies are the priority. You have to store your camera, mobile phone and bag when you enter the door. You can only get a bottle of water. After passing through the compound, there is a security gate inside, the inspection is very strict, and talkie talkie cannot be taken. You cannot take pictures inside. There are a lot of royal family photos in the new palace, as well as Nepalese diplomatic photos, including photos of the Nepalese king and the highest leaders of China, the dress medal of the Nepalese king, and the bullet holes in the back garden where the royal family tragedy occurred. More than half an hour, it's almost there.
Preston_Dominguez: Durbar Marg, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Kathmandu Durbar Square,Thamel,Kumari Temple,Garden Of Dreams,Hanuman Dhoka