Breathe in Nepal's history and culture through a half-day trip to two heritage sites
Roam the UNESCO-listed Durbar Square, also known as Hanuman Dhoka Square
Take in the grandiose architecture of palaces, Hindu and Buddhist temples and shrines
Learn about Nepal's political, religious and cultural heritage
Also see one of Nepal's oldest Buddhist temples, the Swayambunath Stupa
To reach the temple, climb the 365-step staircase through a forest populated with monkeys
Uncover the wonders of Nepal in this day trip to two UNESCO-listed World Heritage Sites. Explore Durbar Square, once the kingdom throne of the capital's rulers, and take in the ancient beauty of its numerous temples, shrines and idols. You'll also visit the Swayambunath Stupa, known as the most important Buddhist shrine in all of Nepal. Nicknamed Monkey Temple, the Stupa is situated atop a hillside that can be reached through a monkey-populated forest. Spend half a day getting to know this mountainous country through its rich, ancient history, as you thread landmark sites of religious and cultural landscape.
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Swayambhunath is also renowned as "Monkey Temple". It is a perfect place to see the entire Kathmandu valley and lots of monkeys playing around. Be careful while carrying your stuffs because they snatch your goods. Also this place is famous for meditation and one of the holy place for Buddhist as well as Hindus!