Kathmandu is a fascinating city in the heart of Nepal nestled below the jagged, snowy peaks of the majestic Himalayas.
Closed with the onset of the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic Pashupatinath temple a UNESCO World Heritage Site and religious shrine has opened its doors for devotees.
Nepal is one of the most beautiful mountainous regions in the world, and these seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites weave stories about its history.
The capital of Nepal is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments of various gods and goddesses and is also known as the city of temples.
2020 is Nepal’s year. As part of an attempt to boost tourism in a country still reeling from the 2015 earthquake, Nepal is celebrating Nepal 2020 which means there will be more to see and do. Importantly, as of today, India has removed Nepal from its Coronavirus watch list.
We all know that Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. So, a lot of people are living here. Some people believe that Kathmandu is the most crowded city of Nepal and some also say that the number of the population is increasing day by day due to the capital city of Nepal.
An insider’s guide to Nepal’s iconic Buddhist sites, plus hidden treasures you shouldn’t miss…
Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is the largest metropolis in Nepal with more than 3 million inhabitants, at an elevation of approximately 4,600 feet above sea level.
Nepal’s capital is not only a starting point for trekkers and mountain climbers, but it is also a city filled with cultural and historical landmarks. Here is Kit’s guide of what to do in the Kathmandu Valley.