Activities for a Rainy Day in Kathmandu

What to Do in Kathmandu When it Rains

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  • BholaBanstola
    47 contributions
    Remains and recollection of Saha Royalty with and the kingship that was in Nepal for some centuries. One of the places to visit.
    Written 15 January 2020
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  • Travelwithme
    Camps Bay, South Africa28 contributions
    This place is insane!staff, food accommodation perfekt, quite and cosy! The hotel is located in a old palace wich is perfectly restored! You have to visit this place
    Written 27 May 2021
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  • moviegeekjn
    Phoenix, AZ1 841 contributions
    Internationally Nepal art and culture doesn't receive much coverage in museums-- far more exhibits for India, China, Japan, Thailand. But Nepal has rich historical treasures on display here.

    Not often visited by foreigners, it offers a great deal of Nepalese art and culture at an extremely affordable price: 150 rupees (about $1.50 US).
    Written 8 December 2021
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  • BarbGolda
    Ringoes, NJ57 contributions
    I have been wanting to get to Christmas Mass here for three years and finally made it there tonight. It is difficult to find and to find a mass schedule. With the help of Phuri from Himalayan Friends Trekking, we got there for the whole mass and some wonderful carols before time. It was amazing! We are blessed. I attended with my husband, son and his fiance.
    Written 24 December 2019
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  • QuakesNewYork
    New York209 contributions
    Accidentally walked into this amazing little square which holds the Seto Machindranath Temple while exploring Ason Bazaar, Definitely worth visiting if in the area. Lots of little details and clearly a very living community.
    Written 30 July 2019
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  • TheOExpress🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇭🇰
    Hong Kong, China3 952 contributions
    ...so if you’re in the area, especially if staying in the same compound at the Hyatt Regency, then you should definitely visit. Not every section was open but what there was I found very diverting, particularly some of the first European artists’ impressions of Nepal and the striking photography of people and nature.
    Written 26 January 2020
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  • Fiddle-gal
    Seattle, WA7 contributions
    They provided a history of this type of artwork. Pointed out how each piece of art is created: from canvas prep to the final signature. It’s more than just art.
    Written 21 January 2020
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  • Samgabben
    Brisbane32 contributions
    This is a very old museum and has obviously struggled with funding to maintain the exhibits but still worth a visit as it is just in the street behind the monkey temple. You have to pay for entry & photos but it is a minimal cost. They have lots of very old exhibits and many of the animals are extinct / endangered. My 3 teenagers were fascinated. I'd recommend a visit here.
    Written 17 January 2017
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  • One_of_the_BOFs
    Cheltenham, UK7 214 contributions
    This temple in Durbar Square was apparently built in the late 1700s by King Rana Bahadur Shah, the son of Prithvi Narayan Shah.
    Its special feature is the there are two wooden figures (much photographed) of Shiva and his consort looking out from the open central window on the first floor.
    Written 28 March 2019
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  • etudiant4_green
    Anonyme Island, Seychelles6 contributions
    one of three Durbar Palace Museum in Kathmandu Valley, centrally located, can be reached easly by walk, or vehicle. needing maintaince and attention . Listed in Heritage site of world by UNESCO.
    Written 4 September 2019
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  • Jolanta R
    2 contributions
    It was my first time doing yoga course and Suman and Prapti made sure to guide me through the whole experience. Both teachers showed authenticity in their personalities; they have energy and true passion for their teaching, wanting to educate and inspire others. Prapti and Suman THANK You for taking such a good care of me! You have a tremendous impact on my own well-being. Not just a yoga centre but a place you would feel like a family member! Definitely recommend Divine Yoga Studio. I will be back for sure.
    Written 8 April 2022
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  • Argyridou S
    CYPRUS257 contributions
    Compare to other casinos in the city is bigger, more decent, more clean with around 20 slots machines, electronic roulete and some tables. Overall average but still better that the other terible casinos we visited in the city.

    Another positive was the casino was offering free transfer to our hotel.

    Although we have been to many casinos around the world and in the other place in Nepal we were shocked to see that are allowing kids in the casino together with their families and even worse allowing then to play. That was a huge shock for this reason we will never go back there.
    Written 24 September 2019
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  • Braden S
    Topanga, CA4 contributions
    During my week long visit in Kathmandu, I had 2 Ayurvedic oil massages with a male therapist. They were INCREDIBLE. The technique was heavenly, the hosts of this magical yoga home were accommodating and inviting. I can't recommend highly enough, an Ayurvedic massage is like nothing else you'll experience. Additionally, the epic views of Nepal from the home on the hill are stunning.
    Written 12 May 2022
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  • 110Claudio
    Barcelona, Spain16 contributions
    We came from Spain to do trekking in Nepal. Great help from Raju at all time. He helped us in finding internal flights, jeeps, hotel. Very efficient and very helpful. Thanks Raju for helping the three of us.
    Written 14 May 2022
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  • Anuja J
    1 contribution
    I had a great time at Nepal Yoga Home.

    I felt deeply connected with myself after coming here. The teachers are very knowledgeable and staff is very friendly.

    I would love to visit this Yoga school again to strengthen my practice.

    Thank you 🙏🏼
    Written 25 March 2022
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