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Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Thamel is by far the most happening place in Kathmandu, where most of the hotels are located and thus the tourist hotspot. The place is filled with shops, bars, restaurants and all other necessary commodities that would attract the tourists. The shops are filled with...More

Thank faysal_06153
Reviewed 6 days ago

Best for shopping with local very friendly people. If you like gemstones it the best place for buying.

Thank KolodejT
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

in my opinion I think thamel is the tourism area for hotel restaurant shopping ,lots of bar for night with music .

Thank broust34
Reviewed 1 week ago

This street is the beating heart of Kathmandu, you could any thing that you want in this street, most famous restaurant are placed around of this street, shops, travel agencies, bars, clubs, hotels, hostels, etc. its a best area in the city for finding a...More

Thank mamadgh99
Reviewed 1 week ago

Thamel is waiting for you! You can get cheap accommodation, food - and all your trekking needs. It's a must visit place. And the Nepalaya Hotel is an safe, clean, affordable option.

Thank Philip E
Reviewed 1 week ago

Most people say shopping is fun in Khatmandu but that was not my experience. The vendors were incredibly polite but they wanted to charge so much money for their wares. Flashlights were 20 dollars each and simple sarongs were 25 dollars. small paintings in Thamel...More

Thank courtneycarreon
Reviewed 1 week ago

In Thamel, one can find all Nepali souvenirs from well sort after thangka, cashmere, semi precious stones, very comfortable cotton tee shirts, high quality wool carpets and food. Thamel is always quite busy and with traffic. Its a place worth visiting if you are in...More

Thank Lynna L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited Thamel on both of our trips to Kathmandu (2014 & 2016). It's a section of town with nothing but shops and restaurants for tourists, but it was still interesting to see. They sell just about anything you could want, from bicyclists selling trinkets...More

Thank JessB24
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

In my opinion Thamel's brash, crowded, bustling, touristy place. Apart from shopping, drinking & eating there isn't much to do in Thamel itself. Thamel becomes a loud night spot in the evening with many music bars. The overall stay at thamel was experiencing, crazy &...More

3  Thank Tri Musthofa
Reviewed 1 week ago

Thamel is typical market place like any other tourist destination. Shopping is good but required a lot of bargaining. Way too many restaurants and bars to chill out. Can't complete Kathmandu without visiting Thamel area.

Thank Himcream2015
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Elmi B
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Sagar T
24 April 2017|
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Response from DocWorldWide | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sagar. Yes they are open on Saturday's. Don't settle for one shop though. They all compete for the best price. And some give you the tourist price. Please bargain for items. its normal. A down jacket (with real... More
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14 March 2017|
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Response from omari88 | Reviewed this property |
The Shisha Bar has a live band and a space with screens and sports channels.