Follow the original road down the mountain and return to the Gurkha Palace (Tallo durbar) in the old city. As usual, this is a Newari-style building with a combination of red brick walls and black carved wood windows. It is larger than the palace on the mountain, but with fine carvings. The degree is far from it. This is a palace built during the Gyanendra era, so the building is relatively modern. It was originally a forbidden place for the royal family. It was only opened as a Gurkha Museum not long ago. Tickets are 50 rupees, plus 200 rupees for taking pictures. The museum mainly introduces Plitvi. Narayan. The lineage and history of the Shah dynasty dominated by the Shah, you can see ancient Nepalese weapons and musical instruments, as well as the throne used by the king that can only be described as "simple. Similar to other museums transformed from palaces in Nepal, the exterior of the building is more interesting than the contents displayed in the museum.
On the way from Pokhara to Kathmandu, you can stop there. This museum mainly records the history of the Gurkha army. This is a very famous team in Nepal. The Nepalese machete on display is very beautiful.
The hometown of world-famous Gurkha soldiers and Gurkha sabers. In 1599, the Gurkha Dynasty (that is, the Shah Dynasty) was established here, and at the end of the 18th century, it unified all of Nepal. The Gurkhas endure hardships and stand hard work, brave and good at fighting. In order to control Nepal in the early 19th century, Britain began to recruit Gurkhas into the British army. The Gurkhas participated in two world wars with the British army and became famous on the world military stage for their tenacious style.
The Gurkhas are a world-famous military. They fight bravely. They mainly celebrate the bravery of the locals. It is a three-story new building.
The inside of the museum feels very shabby, and there is nothing to look at. If you want to go, it is best to go there with a tour guide outside