Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots

self-guided city walk to the Nepal's capital tourist landmarks
December 27, 2015

Dharahara collapse after April 2015 Earthquake where almost 200 died. Original structure was destroyed in 1934 and rebuilt in 1936. Dharahara was older than Statue of Liberty and Eiffel Tower, had a spiral staircase of 213 steps, and has not been found to have iron as construction material. Pashupati is an incarnation of the Hindu god Shiva as "lord of the animals". He is revered throughout the Hindu world, but especially in Nepal, where he is unofficially regarded as a national deity. Boudhanath Stupa dominates the skyline. which is one of the largest in the world. As of 1979, Boudhanath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along with Swayambhunath, it is one of the most popular tourist sites in the Kathmandu area.

How to Go to Dharahara, Pashupati and Boudhanath;
Dharahara is located near the Kathmandu Durbar Square which is now just a ruin. Photography and video taking is permitted inside. Pashupati is just east of Thamel passing the Narayanhiti Museum. Admission fee costs 1,000NPR. Boudhanath Stupa is just northeast of Pashupati, walking distance of around 30mins with entrance fee of 250NPR.

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots (Boudhanath)

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots (Boudhanath)

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots (Boudhanath)

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots (Dharahara)


Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots

Kathmandu last part; Pashupati, Thamel and other Tourist Spots



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