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The Pride of the Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal derives its name from the Kasthamandap Temple, which is located in the Durbar Square. Bursting with excitement, hidden alleyways, and a celebration of cultures, this city promises to be one of the most colorful holiday destinations in the world.

During the 2015 earthquake, Nepal was heavily hit and many of its heritage monuments and areas, especially Durbar Square, suffered catastrophic damage. Although the epicenter of this earthquake was barely 50 miles away from Kathmandu, as a true testimony to the resilience of the people to Nepal, the city has revived most of its lost glory.

The city's most happening retail options include antiques, metal works, traditional jewelry, and native rice paper products. While New Road offers many affordable shopping options, various shopping malls like Civic Mall, Bluebird Mall, and Kathmandu Mall will have shopaholics reveling in joy.

Other popular attractions here include Hanuman Dhoka, Bodhnath Stupa, Garden of Dreams, Patan Museum, and Kwa Bahal.

For the Indian Traveller

The most popular religion in Nepal is Hinduism, followed by Buddhism. Since India shares its north-eastern border with Nepal, there are many similarities in terms of culture, traditions, languages, and cuisine.

Indians do not need a Visa for exploring this calm-inducing city. An additional convenience is that Nepal allows you to pay for air tickets in Indian Rupee (INR).

Hotels in Kathmandu

One can choose to stay at any hotel, motel, guest house, lodge, aparthotel, or resort spread across this city. Areas like Nagarkot and Thamel house many mid-segment as well as budget hotels in Kathmandu. These allow you to conveniently stroll through nearby local bazaars. Hotels located in Packnajol and Freak Street will allow you to have an authentic local experience.

For luxury, there are several five-star properties located near the old Nepalese royal palaces and verdant woodlands while areas like Lazimpat and Durbar Marg are where you can find some of the best hotels in Kathmandu.

Things to remember

  • The periods from March to May and September to November are the best time to visit this city. The former is also when Nepal's national flower, the rhododendron, blossoms painting its mountains in varying hues.
  • If you are prone to dust allergies, it is advisable you keep your mouth and nose covered since the air tends to be quite dusty
  • This city is best explored atop a bicycle and wearing a helmet will prevent you from injuries in a city filled with potholes and crowded roads

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*All prices displayed here are indicative, prices will vary based on your dates of travel.