This is old heritage structure from where king used to operate. there have been damages during earthquake.
About Kathmandu Durbar Square
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We didn't know what to expect because we had heard about the earthquake damage, but Durbar square was a great place to visit. A "guide" sidled up to us as we were paying our entrance fee and from that moment on he stuck with us...More
I feel a bit guilty at giving this once amazingly beautiful monument only 3 stars. However, my reasons for doing so are that I hope the "powers that be" read this review and take note. Of course, it goes without saying that the awful earthquake...More
Great place full of history and fascination as you walk around the buildings. This place still has damage from Earthquake in 2015 but they are slowing working on this massive job.
What is it with the people who say 'not worth NR1,000'? If you pay to see earthquake-damaged buildings what do you expect! For free you can sit for hours as I did, under the pergodas, in the pouring rain and have the time of your...More
Despite the damage from the earthquakes this is still a must visit place. The locals are trying hard to repair and rebuild. Despite areas being damaged it is still a must see.
Also known as basantapur durbar square a UNESCO world heritage site.. Pretty old temples and monuments..most of them are destroyed by earthquake but under renovation now.. Full of temples with wooden art and the place to get souvenirs too. Try visiting when you are in...More
If you are into architecture and street photography, this is easily Kathmandu's best location. Exotic bas relief and filigree windows are a delight. There is an interplay of light and shadow with drones of pegions and people in bright colourful outfits. This is also where...More
To expensive for what you get. 1000 Rs for destroyed square. And they specially increased entrance fees just after earthquake to collect more money.