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When You Get Bored In Kathmandu, Please Do These Things

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Kathmandu – While you felt bored in Kathmandu and you were really looking forward on doing something exciting. Here we are five things suggesting to you do.

Visit Durbar Squares

To go to the three most popular heritages sites; Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square, are the right places and give a relax to your mind. You would lost on viewing The temples, palaces, and beautiful architecture crafted several centuries ago.

In Picturesque
Kathmandu Durbar Square

 

Bhaktapur Durbar Square

Patan Durbar Square

 

Set Plan to Short Hike

Sundarijal, Photo: Dipak Parajuli

 

Hiking could be a great solution for get away from the polluted and dusty city for some hour. Kathmandu a city is bounded by luscious green hills from all side. Few name are Sundarijal, Lakuri Bhanjyang, Nagarkot, Dhulikhel, White House, Shivapur, Budhanilkantha, Kakani and so on, where people could go for a short hike. Hike isn’t only escape from boring city you can see the city side lifestyle, clear environment.

 

Go for Cycling
Cycling has double benefit came out from boring stage and it is a really good for exercise your body. And go around the city or into the Scenery green forest to just free yourself. But if you’re planning to go around inside the valley you are well protected from the sun and dust.

 

Short Spiritual Trip
Kathmandu is called city of temples, where is filled with many temples, stupas and monasteries. Be enlightened with its beauty and the devotion you can see there. Pashupatinath temple, Swyombhunath, Boudhanath are some most visited sites here.

Swyombhunath

Pashupatinath Temple

Pashupatinath Wide Angle, Photo: Dipak Parajuli

Boudhanath

Astrek Climbing Wall
If you are bored and do not have anything planned, go check out Astrek Climbing Wall, Nepal’s tallest artificial climbing wall, in Thamel. There are 20 different routes so that people can experience all levels of climbing. There’s a mini climbing wall for children as well, where they could try on and gain some skills.
These are only list of five, but there are apparently other thing we can do.

 

Photo and Script Right over @Dipak Parajuli(Nepalayatime)

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