Bhaktapur lies Square eastern part of Kathmandu. It falls under one of the districts in Nepal, where the majority of the residents are Newars. Another name for Bhaktapur is Bhadgaun and Khowpa. The place is famous for the yogurt, Bhadgaunle cap, and its ancient history. Unlike other Durbar square of Kathmandu and Patan, it has four different Square and a couple of ponds. Bhaktapur Sightseeing Day Tour is the one day tour of the beautiful place with ancient history. 

The private Bhaktapur Sightseeing Day Tour starts at 8:00 in the morning, followed by a drive from Thamel passing via Queen’s pond, Clock Tower, Parliament Building, and ending the first part of driving at Tourist Bus-park nearby Bhaktapur Durbar Square. From there, we will head toward the Sukul Dhoka main entrance for Durbar Square from where Entire Square will be visible. After exploring the museum, golden gate & its pond along with fifty windows palace team will head toward Pottery Square. It is another living museum for clay work as one can see the process of converting dusty mud into clay, followed by giving the desired shape to make different types of pot, clay statue, and many more.

After exploring the pottery square, another destination will be Taumadi Square with the tallest Nyatapol Temple, after which another target will be the famous Datrataya Square with a peacock window, which is a masterpiece of wooden art. A sample of such a peacock window is available for purchase on the premises of Square. After exploring Datrataya Square, organized cars will pick up the team and drive to Changunarayan, another historical temple of Narayan, which is considered to be the oldest temple of Nepal. One private museum owned by Binaya Raj Shrestha is an excellent collection of rare ancient coins, arts, the architecture of Nepal, and the trip will be terminated after driving back to Thamel directly from Changunarayan retracing via the almost same way.

We Nepal Explore Summit Treks (P) Ltd. offers a private day tour for Bhaktapur Durbar Square along with a side trip to Changunarayan Temple. For details, contact us

 

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