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I did come to Panauti on a day trip from Kathmandu by using pubic buses. It is about two hour bus trip from Ratna Park station in Kathmandu. The bus ride was very inexpensive (about 60 rupees) - not sure how much the taxi would...More
This really felt more like a place in use than a place on display. Very autenthic and charming and well wort to visit. A ticket for the entire panauti historical zone including this temple and the museum is 300 rupees. I also made sure to...More
Very interesting town to walk around a look at the architecture. Temple is beautiful and there is a museum that you can visit too. Unsure of the entrance fee as we went with a tour that paid our entrance fee for us.
Panauti is a great place, to visit the temple and the rest of the village too, you can also stay in Panauti hotel, which is the only hotel kind of thing there, nothing luxurious but fine. There are buses and good places to eat if...More
Panauti is a small farmer village where can be arranged homestay facilities also. But in the center of village there are many old houses and streets to see. Temple and crematorium near by the river is one of these beautiful buildings. For seperate activity nearly...More
Horrible road getting to Panauti, but once you're there, nice to stroll around. Reminds me of what KTM was like 48 years ago, when I first landed there. No restaurants though, just some local chai shops. They will try to charge you for entering the...More