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This is the holy place of Hinduism. You can see great view from here and visit around for more fun but this place is expensive. To be noted: This place was in great condition after earthquake of 2072 BS and some fractures are rebuild.
on a little detour from the road from bhaktapur to nagarkot, appears changunarayan on a hilltop with a lazy, desolate, calm, meditative vishnu temple of the kings of the old world to fill you with nostalgia. on all sides, the sleepy valleys of nepal caressed...More
Although not near the main touristic attractions, this beautiful Temple rewards the visitor. On the top of a hill, it takes about 90 mins to get there from Kathmandu and a 5 mins walk up the central road of a small village. Apart from the...More
Although much of the area is a building site following the earthquake damage and you have to walk through the usual hawkers to get to the Temple it is spectacular and appears relatively undamaged. Well worth 300R entry fee
The visit to Changu Narayan temple with my friends inorder to gain some historic knowledge was fruitful. It is the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu. It was saddening to see what the earthquake had done to this historic site. But the main temple was still...More
We travelled to Changu Narayan, the oldest (built in 325 AD-rebuilt in 1702), still used, temple in the world. While there are still clear signs of the damage from the earth, the main temple has been restored. This is a great place to visit before...More
The temples of Changu Narayan were damaged in the 2015 earthquake so some of the ancient sculptures are covered temporarily. Living Traditions Museum is being reconstructed. The existing temples are representative of the superb craftsmanship and creativity of the artists of the time.