Religious colors are relatively heavy, basically some things and content of Hinduism, I personally took a look, but looking at some of the English explanations is like doing high school reading comprehension, the wooden door is very unique.
The scale is small, and the country is not big. After the earthquake, the repairs were not completed yet, and I happened to encounter a group of British people checking the supplies, a museum that can be visited in ten minutes
After visiting the Nassar courtyard, I went to the Tribhuvan Museum to visit. For the convenience of coming out today, I only brought a SLR and no backpack. Unexpectedly, after entering the entrance of the museum, I was stopped by the staff and asked me to send the camera. So if you come to visit in the future, you must remember to bring a backpack, put the camera in it, don't bring the camera bag, otherwise the staff will still ask you to store it, or just bring a card machine. Because, when you go up to the top floor of the nine-story tower to overlook the panorama of Kathmandu, you will regret that you don't have a camera in your hand.
A scenic spot in Kathmandu, we just didn't go inside. There are many pigeons here, and it is estimated that Nepalese do not kill birds.
A museum with a focus on religion, worth seeing~
The Tribhuvan Museum in Kathmandu is also dominated by typical Buddhist buildings. It displays many historical and cultural exhibits. There are many people flying freely in the square. Nepalese are very kind and often feed pigeons, so the animals here are all Not afraid of people, very cute
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Kathmandu Durbar Square,Thamel,Swayambhunath Stupa,Kumari Temple,Garden Of Dreams
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near Tribhuvan Museum: Hotel Shanker,Hotel Mums Home,Norbulinka Boutique Hotel,Alpine Hotel & Apartment,Ambassador Garden Home