Using extensive travel data from all around the world, we've created a list of the top 10 attractions for each city. Lists are updated with unique and seasonal attractions in real time, so be sure to check back!
What travelers say:"This 62-meter-high tower was built in 1832 and is the tallest building in Kathmandu. The ticket for foreigners reaches 299 rupees. There is no elevator here. Visitors must climb 213 steps on foot. The top of the tower is Shiva's small shrine, and the viewing platform is located at 200 steps. There is no doubt that this is the best viewing spot in Kathmandu. You can clearly see the Durbar Square and the Queen's Pool in the distance, as well as the big playground under the tower and the dried-up Sundhara Pool."
What travelers say:"Kathmandu, the seat of the Nepalese government, is the largest palace in Nepal. I came here to take a look, and it really deserves its reputation. The whole palace is magnificent and spectacular. In the afternoon, under the sunset glow, the whole palace looks golden. We took a lot of photos. The full-length statue of Prithvi Narayan Shah, the first king in front of the Lion Palace, looked very dazzling, wide and bold. What's more beautiful is that there is a wide avenue that leads directly to the southern end of Decaier Square. We walked all the way. ."
What travelers say:"It's not far from Durbar Palace Square. A pagoda in a quiet place, and sculptures of various sizes around the main tower are easy to get close to. Slow down and enjoy the local customs quietly. I recommend everyone to take a look, I think this attraction is still good, no tickets are needed, and the price is high."
What travelers say:"The sculptural pillar located in the middle of King's Square is very distinctive among a pile of antique wooden carved dark pavilion style buildings. Under the white columns, you can see a lot of pigeons gathering in a relatively wide area. However, the surrounding environment as a whole is still difficult to describe, especially when it rains."
What travelers say:"Although some Durbar Squares after the earthquake are still being reconstructed and newly built, they do not affect people's appreciation at all. The small streets and alleys feel very good! There are a lot of things sold in the alleys, all kinds of artistic things, the price is not expensive! The local ice cream is also delicious. For tickets, there is a half price discount for Chinese passports! If you are lucky, you can see local festival celebrations in the afternoon. We had a local Nepalese guide who took us to visit this magical ancient building complex. It's almost like a movie from India. This magical place also has many colorful locals and religious places. It is strongly recommended that you visit it."