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Bhaktapur

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Bhaktapur Durbar Square
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
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Pottery Square
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Kathmandu Durbar Square
4.4/5
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Kathmandu Durbar Square was once the place where the city-state king was crowned and crowned. Today, this square is still the center of the old city and a glorious world cultural heritage of Kathmandu. The square preserves the 16th--19th century monuments of Nepal. There are dozens of temples and palaces. The architecture of the red bricks is very characteristic and worthy of savoring.
55 Window Palace
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Historical Site

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If You Want to Experience The Beauty of Architectural Art, Bhadgaon is Your Best Choice!
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With a distance of 14km to Kathmandu, Bhadgaon is the cradle of Nepalese architectural art. You can see the most ancient Hindu temples in the suburbs there. If your time is limited, you can spend a day strolling around Durbar Square. However, you need to stay at least one night to fully appreciate the charm of the ancient city.
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Go to the historic site to eat Nepalese dishes. The hotel heritage malla is a three-storey building with a restaurant on the first floor and rooms on the second and third floors. The restaurant specializes in Nepalese cuisine. The local diet in Nepal is mainly rice, curry, fried rice, fried noodles, pizza, oysters, and momo is steamed dumplings. A standard Nepalese meal consists of a bowl of unrecognized soup, rice and curry-flavored vegetables. And meat pieces. Locals like to eat pizza, potatoes, greens and lamb, and love to drink milk and tea. Each person has a plate for dinner and a staple food and vegetables. In Nepali, "Daal" is the bean and "Bhaat" is the rice. Deal Bhaat is on the plate with rice and a few side dishes. There is also a bowl of bean soup. When you taste it, pour the soup on the rice and mix it with the rice. The main side dishes include salad, vegetable (Tarkari), spinach (Sag), pickles (Achar), and sometimes shortbread (Papad or Papadam). DaalBhaat is characterized by a large amount of weight, and it is possible to continue to add rice, soup, and vegetables until the guests are full. Daal Bhaat is not necessarily all vegetarian. A small dish of chicken or lamb is added to the above dishes, but the meat cannot be eaten for free. This is a meal that Nepalese people can't do every day. Many Nepalese people say that they don't feel full when they don't eat Daal Bhaat! Be sure to eat Nepalese yogurt after a meal. The taste is very mellow, a bit like Tibetan yak yogurt.
Posted: Aug 24, 2019