Thamel is a 15 to 20 minute walk from the center of Kathmandu. It begins in the south at a little place called Tahiti Tole. In the west you find the main street Kantipath, where the standard tourist buses depart for Pokhara early in the morning.
The ever so busy street of Makhan Tole dribbles into Indra Chowk, the square named after the ancient Vedic deity, Indra. It is traditional and market squares on the channel that exceeds through the historic segment of Kathmandu, Nepal where six lanes assemble at Indra Chowk and connect the square to Kathmandu's main places.
Swayambhunath temple Kathmandu Nepal is best known as monkey Temple of Nepal and is the most glorious and also the oldest sacred places in Nepal. There are numerous myths which explain Swayambhunath was born out of a lotus flower that flourished in the center of the Kathmandu which was a big lake back then.
Budhanilkantha exactly means “Old Blue Throat”, the temple is situated at the base of Shivapuri Hill inside the Kathmandu valley on the northern side. Also known as mystical Budhanilkantha temple or Narayanthan temple, the mystifying site of a massive and hugely inspiring sleeping Vishnu statue (Hindu God) and it is only nine kilometers away from the main city.
The Bauddha stupa stupa of Boudhanath dominates the skyline is largest single Chhyorten in the world which was constructed in the 5th century just after the decease of Lord Buddha contains the remains of Buddha and many Kilograms of gold have been used in the embellishment of this divine building.
Shesh Narayan is located a few miles south-west of Kathmandu between wonderful natural scene close to Pharping on the way to Dakshinkali. The temple of Shesh Narayan dates back to the time of Lichchavi King Haridutta Varma in the third century A.D.
Dakshinkali temple is situated 22km outside Kathmandu Valley and only 1 km outer of the village of Pharping. Dakshinkali came to subsistence in the 14th century after goddess Kali herself appeared in the dream of a Malla king who was the ruler at that time.
The history of the village dates back to the 12th century when it used to be a colony of Patan but later on turned into a separate territory. Kirtipur is also one of the oldest Human settlements in the Kathmandu Valley and is only 45 Minutes drive from Kathmandu.
In early 1920 Garden of Dreams once used to be a personal garden of Kaiser Shumsher J.B. Rana, which is now open to the public and serves as a retreat of harmony and serenity in the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu city.