Pass the boat from Fewa Lake, and then hike up the mountain. The tower is very good. The white tower is supported by four countries. The statues on all sides tell different stories. It is a free attraction and the scenery is very good.
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Elderly people may not be suitable for climbing, it is a little high, but the scenery after going up is very good, if the cloud cover is not thick, you can see the mountains clearly, the coffee on the way is great, it is suitable to stop for a cake and have a coffee. Scenery. Take a boat from Fewa lake to the opposite bank, and walk for about an hour to the top of the mountain. The scenery is beautiful and the environment is open. There are different Buddha statues on all sides of the tower. Looking down from the tower, you can see the panoramic view of the mountain and the panoramic view of Fewa Lake. If you are lucky, you will see Annapurna on the opposite side. There is no charge to visit the tower. It happens to be a long vacation for locals, and there are many locals. The administrator is very responsible and wants everyone to be quiet. It is not allowed to speak loudly. It feels like he is going crazy...We just sit down and watch the scene quietly and feel the tranquility. When we booked the boat, we only booked a one-way trip, from the other side down the mountain to the waterfall and the underground temple. In contrast, this attraction is the most worth visiting.
My friend and I went up the mountain from near Devi's fall. It takes about an hour and a half to get there. There are small families of villagers along the way, and there are many places to rest. When approaching the top of the mountain, there are many small homestays and restaurants, grocery stores, etc. where you can eat, and you don’t have to say that you came up from the back of the mountain. The Peace Tower is very large, mainly made of white stone bricks, which is very beautiful. There are many signs along the way asking visitors to keep quiet, so that everyone can enjoy the peace. Come up in the morning to visit and you will meet monks chanting! You can go down the mountain from the other side of the tower to the lake, and take a boat back to the lake area. It is a great and complete itinerary!
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This pure white tower can be seen from the edge of Fewa Lake, standing among the greenery of Queen's Forest. The pagoda is pure and white, with a Buddha statue on each side. It was built by the four countries that built the pagoda: the sitting Buddha in Japan, the standing Buddha in Nepal, the enlightened Buddha of Sri Lanka and the reclining Buddha Nirvana in Thailand. On the hill where the World Peace Pagoda is located, you can clearly see the entire Pokhara scenery. There are no traffic lights on the road, and no road name. In addition to watching the sun and landmarks, you also need an RP. After riding a donkey and climbing up the hills with difficulty, the beauty in front of me reminded me of Li Zongsheng’s song... "Across the hills, although I have turned my head and chattered endlessly, I feel sad... ."
We chose to hike to the World Peace Pagoda in accordance with the preparations made in the online guide before departure. According to the information, a trekking route that takes about 3 hours to the World Peace Pagoda is very popular. For those who can’t walk the multi-day trekking route in Pokhara, the World Peace Pagoda’s 3-hour trek can be enjoyed by tourists Pokhara pastoral scenery, sweeping Fewa Lake, overlooking the snow-capped mountains. After walking along the highway for about 2 kilometers, you can see the Peace Pagoda Mountain in the south of Fewa Lake, and there is a white Buddhist pagoda on the top of the mountain. After asking and turning into a dirt road for mountain climbing, a 4 or 5 year old boy chased us to ask for something. This kid is young but his English is really good. After we gave him the bread we carried and the plastic tableware that was not used on the plane, he happily showed us the way and bye-bye us politely. Since the white pagoda on the top of the mountain can be seen all the time, although there is a fork in the road and there is no sign on the way, but after asking and judging, we have basically not taken the wrong road. We walked easily and enjoyed the leisure. On the way, we saw the village houses and the green land of the ridge. We could see the cattle resting leisurely. Looking up at the sky, there were eagles and paragliders flying in the space. It is indeed a very suitable tourist route for hiking. After about two and a half hours on foot, we came to the platform area of the World Peace Pagoda. This is a Buddhist white pagoda jointly built by Nepal, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Japan at the beginning of the new century (completed in 2001). Slippers climb to the base of the second floor. The tall white pagoda is surrounded by statues of Buddha Shakyamuni on all sides. In addition to the standard shape on the front, the other three sides are presented in standing, sitting and lying positions. Since I don’t know much about Buddhism, and I can’t understand the English description under the statue, I just made a trip around the place. Right in front of the base of the World Peace Pagoda, there is a statue of a bust with folded hands. I don’t know who it is, but it is a good image to take a distant view of Pokhara with this as a background.
A section of the road to the World Peace Pagoda is really bumpy. It is best to go up by car, otherwise it is not worthwhile to eat ashes while stepping on the gravel road under the scorching sun. When you get to the bottom of the mountain, you have to walk some steps. The scenery in the middle and the scenery on the tower are very beautiful. Remember to go through that Japanese temple to get to the Peace Pagoda. No tickets. Go in directly with slippers.
Preston_Dominguez: World Peace Pagoda, Kaski
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Phewa Lake,Peace Pagoda,Davis Falls,Swami Narayan Travels Pvt Ltd,Barahi Temple