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Irina Bond wrote a review 18 Feb.
24 contributions14 helpful votes
House of living goddess Kumari, ruins after the earthquake, university of Sanskrit (the oldest language on the planet), traditional market (where you shouldn’t forget to bargain) and the rooftop restaurant above the square. Was very happy to find wonderful handmade singing bowl. If you meditate or just like to sit in peace and quiet, would suggest you to get one too.…
Date of experience: February 2021
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Alisha J wrote a review Jan. 2021
Singapore, Singapore3 contributions1 helpful vote
It was our introduction to Kathmandu - the sights, the noise, the people, the history, the works! it was affected by the earthquake.
Date of experience: February 2020
Rahul G wrote a review Dec. 2020
New Delhi, India198 contributions32 helpful votes
all the ruins of what used to be a royal court are there. the earthquake destroyed this place and it is sad to say that it has not been reconstructed. more than a square, it has become a local vegetable market now.
Date of experience: December 2020
DolA wrote a review Nov. 2020
We visited there few days before, thereis looks very beautiful but all building is rebuild and but very feu people visiting hope it will be much better .
Date of experience: November 2020
Peter D wrote a review Sep. 2020
Sydney, Australia2 contributions1 helpful vote
Stupa is brilliant & strikingly beautiful too. A sense of calm while walking around clockwise. View is amazing surroundings by hills. Buddhists music gives this place special atmosphere and energetic. One of the best places in Kathmandu.
Date of experience: May 2020