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If you are visit Bhaktapur this is a walking distance from the square and a lovely temple with a square to visit. The cafes around the temple maintain their historical architecture which is amazing. Good place to walk to from Bhaktapur Durbar Square.
It is a 5 storey temple located in Bhaktapur which is also marred somewhat by the earthquake. Although, the structure is intact, you can see a little bit of wear and tear. It is supposedly the tallest temple in Nepal. This is one of the...More
It is the the tallest temple of Nepal. Standing tall and beautiful since many centuries. The stairs has pair of various things like man, elephants etc. climb the stairs to the door of the temple to observe the temple architecture, the amazing wood carvings. The...More
The temple is currently undergoing restoration but they allow you to go in if you are a Hindu. Make sure you remove your shoes as it is considered a sacred site. The fine carvings by themselves is worth a visit. No photography inside.
Ascending the stairs and admiring the stone guardians up close is worth the climb! If for nothing else but to admire the intricate wood carvings on every side of the temple. But the view from Nepal's tallest pagoda is wonderful, too.