Durbar Square on the World Cultural Heritage Protection List is a must-visit place in Kathmandu. It is also the most concentrated place for tourists. It is also the place where you can learn the local customs and customs. Although the square is well-connected, ticket inspectors will appear from time to time. Remember Keep the tickets.
There are 3 Durbar Squares around Kathmandu: Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhadgaon. The most recommended is Bhadgaon, also called Batapu. It is the most beautiful, relatively quiet, and relatively well-preserved. It has not been damaged by the earthquake. There are also many specialty shops selling jewelry and wool products. When you enter the scenic spot, there is a "Royal" yogurt at the door. It is worth trying. After eating, you can bring back a ceramic bowl filled with yogurt as a souvenir.
It was indeed a great time exploring kathmandu. The city is chaotic but the people are friendly and hospitable.
this is a fantastic example of some of the cultural hustory of Nepal and Kathmandu. well worth the 1000 rupees
nepal was a great place to visit and also the world great higher mountain to treking ... i love nepal kathmandu