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Park Village Hotel

Park Village Hotel, Hotels in KathmanduPark Village Hotel is managed by the famous Kathmandu Guest House, the Asia's leading budget hotel with 35 years of experience in travel trade industry in Nepal. Park Village Hotel is located at Budanil-Kantha area which is situated at the northwest rim of the Kathmandu valley. It lies at the foothills of the Shivapuri National Park which is designated as the most important water-shed-catchments area that feeds pure drinking water to ... more

Grand Norling Hotel's Resort & SPA

Grand Nnorling Hotel's Resort & SPAGrand Norling Resort & Spa, 11 kms away from the heart of the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu & 7 kms from International Airport, you get across to the Grand Norling Hotel's Resort, Country Club & Spa. Surrounded by the lush green hilltops & high flying trees, Norling is in the just outskirts of city. Away from the maddening crowd, a home away from home, with 24 hours full power backup. Your Excellency, we take this opportunity to bring it ... more

Godavari Village Resort

Godavari Village  ResortGodavari Village Resort was established in 1996. The resort, located on a superb meadow is an example of traditional Nepalese architecture and modern day facilities. It is a good example of eco-tourism where guests can breath the fresh mountain air and relax in the splendour of the resort and its surroundings. Located 14 km (9 miles) from the Kathmandu city, it is located at a perfect distance that affords the resort peace and tranquility ... more

Hotel View Bhrikuti

Hotel View Bhrikuti, Godavari Lalitpur, Nepal Welcome to Godavari, welcome to Hotel View Bhrikuti!!!! Godavari, a historical and the popular tourist sight closed to Kathmandu valley.The National Botanical Garden (Estd: 1962 A. D.) is located in Godavari with the indigenous investigation, more than 550 species of plants including ferns, gymnosperms, cactus, succulents, medical and ornamental plants. Hotel View Bhrikuti "Your Ideal Get way Place" which is on the lap of the ... more

Shivapuri Village & Eco-Tourism

Shivapuri Village & Eco-Tourism ResortAdjoining Shivapuri National Park from the north is a small village area known as Patiswara. In this area, which is also a buffer zone, is where Shivapuri Village Eco-Tourism and Conservation Farm (Shivapuri Village) located. Situated approx. 25 km to the north of Kathmandu city center and at an altitude of 2000m above sea level in the northern slopes of the park, Shivapuri Village has breathtaking views of the majestic Himalayas ... more

New Dakshin Kali Village Resort

Dakshinkali Village Resort, Dallu, Pharphing, Kathmandu, NepalSurrounded  by the   enchanting greenery  hill  New Dakshinkali  Village Resort Is Located  nearly 13 kilometer   south west  far from Kathmandu, Balkhu ring road  towards Dakshinkali Temple (12 kilometer up to  Dollu village & 800 meter upward road. Nearby the resort constructing statue of Guru Padhmasambhab (Buddhist Guru suppose re -incarnation of Buddha & profounder of Bajrayana), lots monastery and famous Champadevi ... more

Hotel The Outlook Inn

Hotel The Outlook InnFor those people who wish to stay with Nepalese families instead or in running by family hotel in Kathmandu prior to and after their tour / trek, we have paying guest accommodation available in our small hotel with family. These stays are an enjoyable and effective way to share feelings / culture and customs vis to vis a Nepali family and yourselves/s, it is ideal for students. We are an easy going family; we want you to relax ... more

Haatiban Summit Resort

Haatiban Resort, Kathmandu, NepalHaatiban Summit Resort is located at the side of a hill, providing a 270 degree view of the valley of Kathmandu. The premises are quiet, except for the birds that are abundant in this region of the valley. We have natural ambience so that you have an extended stay with your family. A quiet getaway just a few kilometers from the noisy city is all you need to refresh yourself. We provide you ample space and time so that you can fully enjoy our ... more

Summit Village Lodges, Lakhuri

Everest Summit LodgesThe lush temperate and tranquil beauty of south east Kathmandu Valley is home to Summit Village Lodge, that lies perched at Risal Danda just below Lakhuri Bhanjyang.The lodge is centered around a traditional Nepali house and overlooking a spectacular vista of the snowcapped mountains present some breathtaking views. Walks to nearby villages across lush verdant hills and experience the local culture at its best. The Nepal Himalaya ... more

Balthali Village Resort

Balthali Village Resort, NepalVery easy to reach from Kathmandu, about 2 hrs. One of the best located Resorts outside Kathmandu valley. Constructed above Balthali village with the intention of viewing sun rise in the east, speculating Himalayan rane from Manaslu to Mt. Everest in the north, innumerable rice terraces in the west and the huge bodied green forest of Mahabharat range in the south. One of the most important factors of this spot is that it is warm in the winter and ... more

Osho Tapoban

Osho TapobanOsho Tapoban is an international commune that stood up by the effort of Swami Anand Arun, an intimate disciple of Osho and coordinator of Osho Tapoban and Osho lovers / sannyasins. Osho had a desire to live in the Himalayas during last days of His life. But due to certain unavoidable circumstances this could not happen. During His visit to Nepal He had directed Swami Arun to build a commune which would be just outside the city and ... more

Kushi Family Resort (KFR)

Kushi Family Resort (KFR) From 20 minutes far from airport, you can see the Kushi Family Resort (KFR) with fresh air, mineral water flow from canyon and whole sight of Himalaya. KFR is the only hotel in Nepal running by Korean. It will be best refreshing place for you with Log, Clay-wall. 20 minutes far from Katmandu, we provide pick-up service to booking guest. We have room with log, clay-wall, and every room has On-dol (Korean traditional under floor heating system ... more

Chobhar Le-Village Resort

Chobhar "Le Village" Resort, Chobhar, NepalChobhar "Le Village" Resort was created as a Private Limited company under the laws of the Kingdom of Nepal in 2001. The company's Managing Director is Theo, a French-American. When Theo first came to Nepal from France after his retirement from banking and International Finance in 1998, he came across this quite unique piece of property in the centre of Chobhar village. At that time these old farm buildings were completely ... more

Kathmandu Tourism Information

Kathmandu & Tourist Information, Kathmandu, NepalKathmandu is the capital and largest metropolitan city of Nepal. The city is the urban core of the Kathmandu Valley in the Himalayas, which also contains two sister cities namely Patan or Lalitpur, 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to its southeast (an ancient city of fine arts and crafts) and Bhaktapur, 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) to its east (city of devotees). It is also acronymed as 'KTM' and named 'tri-city'. Kathmandu valley is only slightly smaller than Singapore in terms of area.

Kasthamandap (literally "Wood-Covered Shelter") is a three storied temple situated in Maru tole of Kathmandu. It is one of the largest and most noted pagodas of Nepal. The pagoda enshrines a statue of Gorakhnath.

This temple is built in pagoda style design. It was built in the early sixteenth century by King Laxmi Narsingha Malla. The whole temple is built from just wood of a single tree, and covered with the shrine. The name of capital city is named after this temple. Once a year a huge ceremony is performed in the temple. On that day people gather around the temple, and they stay up all night. The people share the legendaries stories about the temple, and enjoy themselves with different varieties of foods. This temple is one of the major tourist attractions too. Everyone is allowed to visit inside the temple, but people are not allowed to take photographs inside the temple. The temple is open after mid day until midnight. The unique feature of Kasthamandap has made it the most noted pagoda of Nepal.

The city stands at an elevation of approximately 1,400 metres (4,600 ft) in the bowl-shaped valley in central Nepal surrounded by four major mountains, namely: Shivapuri, Phulchowki, Nagarjun and Chandragiri. It is inhabited by 671,846 (2001) people. The Kathmandu valley with its three districts including Kathmandu District accounts for a population density of only 97 per km2 whereas Kathmandu metropolitan city has a density of 13,225 per km2. It is by far the largest urban agglomerate in Nepal, accounting for 20% of the urban population in an area of 5,067 hectares (12,520 acres) (50.67 square kilometres (19.56 sq mi)).

Kathmandu is not only the capital of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal but also the headquarters of the Central Region (Madhyamanchal) among the five development regions constituted by the 14 administrative zones of Nepal located at the central part of the country. The Central region has three zones namely, Bagmati, Narayani and Janakpur. Kathmandu is located in the Bagmati Zone.

Kathmandu, as the gateway to Nepal Tourism, is the nerve centre of the country’s economy. With the most advanced infrastructure among urban areas in Nepal, Kathmandu's economy is tourism centric accounting for 3.8% of the GDP in 1995-96 (had declined since then due to political unrest but has picked up again).

The city’s rich history is nearly 2000 years old, as inferred from an inscription in the valley. Its religious affiliations are dominantly Hindu followed by Buddhism. People of other religious beliefs also live in Kathmandu giving it a cosmopolitan culture. Nepali is the common language of the city, though many speak the Nepal Bhasa Newari as it is the center of the Newar (meaning: citizens of Nepal) people and culture. English is understood by all of the educated population of the city. The literacy rate is 98% in the city.

Kathmandu is now the premier cultural and economic hub of Nepal and is considered to have the most advanced infrastructure among urban areas in Nepal. From the point of view of tourism, economy and cultural heritage, the sister cities of Patan(lalitpur) and Bhaktapur are integral to Kathmandu. Even the cultural heritage recognition under the World Heritage list of the UNESCO has recognized all the monuments in the three urban agglomerates as one unit under the title “Kathmandu Valley-UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tourism, considered as another important industry in Nepal, opened up as the country's political equation changed in 1950 and thus isloation with the rest of the world ended. In the following year, establishing air services and the opening of the Tribhuvan Highway between Kathmandu and Raxaul at the border with India in 1956 were started. Separate organizations to promote this activity was created in the form of the Tourism Development Board, Department of Tourism and Civil Aviation Department in Kathmandu. Further, Nepal became a member of several international tourists associations. Establishing diplomatic relations with other nations further accentuated this activity. The hotel industry, travel agencies, training of tourist guides and targeted publicity campaigns are the chief reasons attributed for the remarkable growth of this industry in Nepal and in Kathmandu, in particular.

Since then tourism has opened up in the country manifold and as a result it is sometimes said to be the 'third religion' of Nepal, as the country's most important industry that plays a large role in the economic activity of Kathmandu. This activity is central to Kathmandu, the gateway to Nepal. It is a major source of income for most of the people of the city with some several hundred thousands of visitors annually. Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims from all over the world visit various religious places located in Kathmandu and the surrounding district such as Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Baudhanath, Budhanilkantha etc. From a mere 6179 tourists in 1961-62, the number jumped to 491,504, but with political instability in the country in recent years, it dropped to 275,468 in 2002-03, but since then has shown a rising trend with the country turning into a Democratic Republic. In economic terms, the foreign exchange earning showed a remarkable trend registering 3.8 % of the GDP in 1995-96 but started declining. All this tourism is attributed to the natural grandeur of the Himalayas and rich cultural heritage of the country.

The neighborhood of Thamel is Kathmandu's primary 'traveler's ghetto,' packed with guest houses, restaurants, shops and bookstores catering to tourists from abroad. Freak Street, also known as Jochhen Tole, is Kathmandu's original traveler's haunt made popular by the hippies of the 1970s and remains a popular alternative to Thamel.

Nepal has every category of accommodation facilities that range from international standard star hotels to budget hotels and lodges. To ensure quality service, it is advisable to use the facilities and services of government registered hotels, lodges, travel agencies, licensed tour guides only and engage an authorized trekking guide or porter only through a registered travel and trekking agency.

In the last few decades, Kathmandu has seen the mushrooming of world class hotels. During spring and fall, the better hotels work at near full capacity and are booked well in advance. There are, however, plenty of less glamorous but decent hotels to suit everyone's fancies and finances. Most hotels offer a choice: bed and breakfast; bed, breakfast and one other meal; or room and full board. Rates listed however, are for room only, unless otherwise indicated. Toilets and showers in this case are generally communal and heating is extra. These small hostelries are located in the older parts of Kathmandu and in the Thamel district. With the boom of tourism in Nepal since the early 1970s, even Nepalis living in remote parts of the country have improved the standard of local tourist facilities. Hence accommodation and meals for tourists are more easily available than ever before. There is an excellent range of places to stay, from comfortable backpacker hostels and lodges to more expensive international style hotels in Kathmandu.

Kathmandu, Lalitpur & Bhaktpur Hotels, Guest House & Resort Name & Address
Kathmandu, Lalitpur & Bhaktpur Hotels, Guest House & Resort Name & Address
The Everest Hotel Ltd, Baneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Yak & Yeti Ltd, Duirbarmarg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Annapurna Pvt. Ltd, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Soaltee, Tahachal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Kathmandu Radisson Hotel, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sherpa, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Narayani, Pulchowk, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Blue Star, Tripureshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Malla, Lekhanath Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Shankar, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Himalaya Pvt. Ltd., Kupondol, Lalitpur, Nepal
Shangri-La Hotel Pvt. Ltd, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Yellow Pagoda, Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Bajra Guest House, Bijyashwori, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Karnali P. Ltd, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Goutam P. Ltd, Kantipath, Jyath, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Manaslu P. Ltd, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Mt. Makalu P. Ltd, Dharma Path, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Ambassador P. Ltd, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Summit Hotel P. Ltd, Kupondol, Lalitpur, Nepal
Hotel Panorama, Khichapokhari, Kathmandu, Nepal
Green Beach Village Hotel, Kupondol, Lalitpur, Nepal
Kathmandu Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Orchid P. Ltd, Tripureshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Blue Diamond, Jyatha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel M.M. International, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Stupa, Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Thamel, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Marcopolo Business Hotel, Kamaladi, Kathmandu, Nepal
Aloha Inn, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Nepal
Hotel Tayoma, Chetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Mandap, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Rara, Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tridevi, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Nook, Kathmandu, Nepal
Trans Himalayan G. House, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Kohinoor, Jyatha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel K. T, Indrachowk, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Garuda, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Shree Tibet P. Ltd, Themel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Shambala Guest House P.Ltd, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Star P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Asia, Themel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Buddha, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Welcome Guest House, Baneswar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Thorang Peak Guest House, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Mt. Kailash Pvt.Ltd, Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Marsyandi Mandala, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Ganesh Himal, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel New Ganesh, Bhotebahal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Pancha Pandab Guest House, New Road, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Himalayan View P.Ltd, Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal
Central Hotel Ltd, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Rosy, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Shakti, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Camp, Maruhiti, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Oasis P. Ltd, Patan, Lalitpur, Nepal
Hotel Valley View, Teku, Kathmandu, Nepal
Capital Guest House P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Ktm. Reflection P.Ltd, New Road, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Kantipur P. Ltd, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Krishna Co. House P.Ltd, Tripureshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Comfort Inn P. Ltd, Tripureshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Cross Country Nepal Hotel, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Cottage Arora, Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Karki Guest House P.Ltd, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Cosy Pvt. Ltd, New Road, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Conti, Indrachowk, Kathmandu, Nepal
Kopila Resort P. Ltd, Balambu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Kido House P. Ltd, Thapathali, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Karma P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Classic P. Ltd, New Road, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Clarion P. Ltd, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Nepal
Kailash Guest House, Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Ajima Guest House, Gongbu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Oso Que P. Ltd, Jyatha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Iceland P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Aakas. Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Amar's Hotel P. Ltd, Tahachal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Akuj Hotel P. Ltd, Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Osin P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Aquamarine P.Ltd, New Baneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Anusma Guest House, Maitidevi, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Oriental P. Ltd, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Khumbila, Gausala, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Khumjung, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu, Nepal
Khongsar G.House P. Ltd, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Gauri Shankar P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel New Gajur, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
The Garden Hotel P. Ltd, Naya Bazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Gang Jung, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Galaxy Inn, Bagbazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Gurkha P. Ltd, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Trishul P. Ltd, Baneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Disang Guest House P.Ltd, Tridevi Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Dammaru Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Thahili Guest House, Thahiti, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tripuresware Guest House, Tripureswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Janak Pvt. Ltd, Tripureswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Jagat P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Jaya P. Ltd, Lalitpur, Nepal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Jaya Ma Intl' P.Ltd, Bag Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Nirvana Garden P.Ltd, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Norbulinka P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Newa Guest House P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Norbulin G.House Pvt. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
North Field Cafe P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Namaste P. Ltd, Lainchour, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Nepalease Home P.L, Gongabu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Norling P. Ltd, Jyatha Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Nuptse P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel New Ananda P. Ltd, Lagan Tol, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Pasupati P. Ltd, Gousala, Kathmandu, Nepal
Puspanjali G.House P.Ltd, Gousala, Kathmandu, Nepal
Pension Basana G.House Ltd, Dilli Bazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel President P. Ltd, New Road, Kathmandu, Nepal
Pilgrimes Hotel P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Peaceful P. Ltd, Jyatha Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Potala Guest House P.Ltd, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Potala Tourist Home P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Pisang P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
P.S. Lodge, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Park, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Palace, Taku, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Pikaso P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Peace Valley Hotel P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Plaza Int'l P.Ltd, Naxal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Paramount P. Ltd, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Piramid P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Pisang Peak, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Park Villege Hotel, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel New Plaza P. Ltd, Putalisadak, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tibet Holiday in P. Ltd, Keshar Mahal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tushita Rest House P.Ltd, Kanti Path, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tibet Guest House P.Ltd, Chhetrapti, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel New Tukuche Peak P, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tower P. Ltd, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tashi Dhele P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tashi Thargey P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel T.S Greeting Palace, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
New Tibet Rest House P.Lt, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tashi Lhathe P.Ltd, Bouddha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tibet Cottage P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tivoli P. Ltd, Bag Bazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tulsi P. Ltd, Bag Bazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tenki P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Taleju P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Tilicho, Themel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tara Hotel Pvt. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sun Set View P.Ltd, New Baneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sidhartha Palace Pvt, Tripureswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sayapatri P. Ltd, Bhote Bahal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Sovenir Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Sukeyasu Guest House P.Ltd, Battisputali, Kathmandu, Nepal
Suitable Hotel P. Ltd, Gousala, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Shrestha Pvt.Ltd, Tahachal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Sangam Hotel P. Ltd, Bag Bazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Snow Lion G. HOuse P.Ltd, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sail P. Ltd, Tripureswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Seagal, Tripureswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Shree Tibet P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Sagarmatha Guest House P, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Sikhar Hotel P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sita P. Ltd, Tripureswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sinapuri, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Lhasa Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Laligurans P. Ltd, Bag Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Lili P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Lalitpur, Nepal, Sanepa, Lalitpur, Nepal
Hotel Lalita P. Ltd, Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Four Seasons P.Ltd, Teku, Kathmandu, Nepal
Family Guest House P.Ltd, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Fair Mount P. Ltd, Gongabu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Victoriya, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
Foot Hill Resort, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Villa Guest House, Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Fuji Lodge, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal
New Hotel Florida, Paknajol, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Excesior P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Emkay Apartment G. House, Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal
U.N. Apartment G. House, Laldurbar, Kathmandu, Nepal
A One Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Everest Cottage, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Airport Inn, New Baneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Blue Ocean P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Blue Sky Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Brindaban, New Road, Kathmandu, Nepal
Wonderland Holiday Home, Apprt. Tripureswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Harati, Chhetrapati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hankuk Guest House P. Ltd, Baneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Holyland Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Holy Casal P. Ltd, Bhotebahal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Himalayan Height Resort P.Ltd, Hattiban, Kathmandu, Nepal
Brand Guest House P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Big Bell, Gousala, Kathmandu, Nepal
Kathmandu Wild-life Park P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Marsyangdi, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Mountain, Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal
Marcopolo Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Mayalu, Durbarmarg, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Manang, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Moon Light, Paknajol, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Mona, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Mount Kailash, Jyatha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Manaslu Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Motel Melumche, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Kathmandu, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Utse, Jyatha, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Imperial, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
International Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Intourist, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Kedar, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
Dakshinkali Resort P. Ltd, Dakshinkali, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Dipankar P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
The Kathmandu Lodge, Pyaphel Tole, Kathmandu, Nepal
The Journey Man Hotel, Ganabahal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Thorong Peak Guest House P.Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Dwarika's Ktm. Villege Hotel P, Battisputali, Kathmandu, Nepal
Durga Lodge, Gongabu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Nachhe Hotel P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sona, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sky, Lagan, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel White Dove, Maligoun, Kathmandu, Nepal
Satakar Lodge P. Ltd, Gangabhu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Padam Jyoti P. Ltd, Ganabahal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Paradise P. Ltd, Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Lord Krishna, Jorpati, Kathmandu, Nepal
Magar Villege Resort P. Ltd, Dahachok, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Swayambhu P. Ltd, Swayambhu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Madhuban Guest House P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Monalish Hotel P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Manaslu Guest House, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Ratna P. Ltd, Bag Bazar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Rimal P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Riddi Sidhi P. Ltd, Sundhara, Kathmandu, Nepal
New River Guest House P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Road House Inn P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Zenith P. Ltd, Chakupat, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Saino P. Ltd, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Mustang Holiday Inn P.Lt, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Mountain View Resort P. Ltd, Lapsephedi, Kathmandu, Nepal
Alka Puri Resort P. Ltd, Tnankot, Kathmandu, Nepal
Kathmandu View Resort P. Ltd, Dadhikot, Kathmandu, Nepal
Hotel Sun Rise P. Ltd, Nagarkot, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Thr Fort P. Ltd, Nagarkot, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Peacefull Cott.& Coffee Mounta, Nagarkot, Bhaktapur, Nepal
The Tea House P. Ltd, Nagarkot, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Nagarkot Cottage, Nagarkot, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Hotel Space Mountain, Nagrokot, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Hotel View Point, Nagarkot, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Hotel Galexy, Nagarkot, Bhaktapur, Nepal
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Kathmandu district is a part of Kathmandu valley which is the melting pot of various cultural groups, ethnicities, races, languages and religions. This vibrant culture is illustrated in the culture of the natives of the district, known as Newars, which is a multiethnic, multiracial, multireligious group bound by a Sanskritized Sino-Tibetan language of Kirat origins known as Nepal Bhasa. All the ancient settlements of the district have specific jatras or street festivals arranged according to specific dates of Nepal Sambat calendar. The main festivals celebrated in this district are-

  • Yanya Punhi, literally meaning Kathmandu's full moon, a week long festival during the Yenla (the month of Kathmandu) of Nepal Sambat, a festival started by
  • Gunakamadev, the founder of Kathmandu city to commemorate the establishment of city.
  • Goon la, a month in which musical bands and ordinary people make pilgrimage to Swayambhunath temple
  • Mohani or Dashain, the main festival of Nepal, celebrated by visiting the various Shaktipeeths around the city
  • Shivaratri
  • Buddha Jayanti
  • Sa Paru, a comic festival to commemorate the dead relatives, celebrated during the full moon of Goon la.
  • Chatha, the birthday of Lord Ganesha of Hindu pantheon
  • Holi
  • Pahan Chare, a festival of Animist origin celebrated by procession of matriarchs of Kathmandu
  • Shree Panchami, in the past children used to formally start education on this day. Presently, deities of wisdom, Saraswati and Manjushree (the mythological founder of the valley) are worshipped on this day
  • Swanti or Tihar, a five day festival, the third day of which is called Laxmi Puja, when the families do their annual financial calculation and the next day marks the
  • New Year according to Nepalese calendar, Nepal Sambat.

Along with these festivals, with the influx of population from other parts of Nepal, India, Tibet and South Asia, other festivals such as Teej, Chhath, Sakela, Lhosar, Janai Purnima, Deuda etc are also celebrated.

Kathmandu’s urban cosmopolitan character has made it the most populous city in Nepal, recording a population of 671,846 residents living in 235,387 households in the metropolitan city according to the 2001 census. It is a trend displayed since historical times created by its unique Newari people who continue to be one of the dominant groups in the city. The city has, over the years, absorbed people of various ethnicity resulting in an agreeable range of different traditions and cultural practices. In a decade, the population has increased from 427,045 in 1991 to 671,805 in 2001 and is projected to touch a figure of 915,071 in 2011 and 1319,597 by 2021. To keep up this population growth, KMC controlled area of 5,076.6 hectares (12,545 acres) has expanded to 8214 ha in 2001. With this new area, the density of population which was 85 in 1991 is still 85 in 2001 (due to increase in area) and is likely to be 111 in 2011 and 161 in 2021.

Ethnic groups
The largest ethnic groups are Newars, Brahmins and Kshetris. Tamangs originating from surrounding hill districts can be seen quite clearly in Kathmandu. More recently, other hill ethnic groups and Caste groups from Terai have shown their presence as well. The major languages are Nepali and Nepal Bhasa. The major religions are Hinduism and Buddhism. The city has also a significant and growing Muslim population. The linguistic profile of Kathmandu underwent drastic changes during the Shah dynasty rule on account of their very strong bias towards the Brahminic culture. Sanskrit language, therefore, got a boost and people were encouraged to learn this language even by attending Sanskrit learning centres in India. Sanskrit schools were specially set up in Kathmandu and in the terai region to inculcate traditional Hindu culture and practices.

Architecture and cityscape
The ancient and refined traditional culture in Kathmandu, for that matter in the whole of Nepal, is an uninterrupted and exceptional meeting of the Hindu and Buddhist ethos practiced by its highly religious people. It has also embraced in its fold the cultural diversity provided by the other religions such as Jainism, Islam and Christianity. The ancient trade route between India and Tibet that passed through Kathmandu enabled fusion of artistic and architectural traditions of other cultures to be amalgamated with local architectural and artistic culture. Kathmandu has also been described variously as "Land of Gods" and as "land of the largest congregations of magnificent historical monuments and shrines ever built". The City Core has most of the remarkable cultural wealth that evolved during the reign of the Malla (Nepal) kings between 15th and 18th centuries. The city was filled with sculptures, pagodas, stupas and palace buildings of exceptional beauty. There are also 106 monastic courtyards (known as baha or bahi) known for their art and piety. The level of skill of the local artisans are the exquisite wood carving, stone carving, metal casting, weaving, pottery and other crafts. The finest wood carvings are seen on the ornate windows of old buildings and on the roof struts of temples. Carving skills of the local artisans are seen at every street corner in the form of images of gods and goddesses and sunken water spouts.

Architectural heritage of Kathmandu city is integral to that of the Kathmandu valley since all monuments have evolved over centuries of craftsmanship influenced by Hindu and Buddhist religious practices. The architectural treasure of the Kathmandu valley has been categorized under the well known seven groups of heritage monuments and buildings. In 2006, UNESCO declared these seven groups of monuments as World Heritage property under the title “World Heritage Site (WHS)”. The seven monuments zones cover an area of 188.95 hectares (466.9 acres), with the buffer zone extending to 239.34 hectares (591.4 acres). The Seven Monument Zones (Mzs) inscribed originally in 1979 with a minor modification in inscribed year as 2006, are: Five monuments in Kathmandu - Durbar square of Hanuman Dhaka, Hindu temples of Pashupatinath and Changunarayan, the Buddha stupas of Swayambu and Boudhanath; and two monuments outside Kathmandu city limits, in the satellite towns of Patan and Bhktapur - Durbar square at Patan, Durbar square at Bhaktapur. Brief details of the five Kathmandu city monuments (template shows all seven for sake of completeness) are elaborated here.

Durbar square
The literal meaning of Durbar Square is a place of palaces. There are three preserved Durbar Squares in Kathmandu valley and one unpreserved in Kirtipur. The Durbar Square of Kathmandu is located in the old city and has heritage buildings representing four kingdoms (Kantipur, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kirtipur), built over centuries, the earliest being the Licchavi dynasty. There were further additions and refurbishments during the reign of Mallas (9th century) and then the Ranas. The complex has 50 temples and is distributed in two quadrangles of the Durbar Square. The outer quadrangle has the Kasthamandap, Kumari Ghar and Shiva-Parvati Temple while the inner quadrangle has the Hanuman dhoka and the main palace.

Kasthamandap is a three storied temple enshrining the deity of Goraknath - a form of the god Shiva. It was built in the 16th century in Pagoda style. It is said to be one of the oldest wooden buildings in the world. The name of Kathmandu is a derivative of the Kashtamandap. It was built under the reign of King Laxmi Narsingha Malla and an interesting legend is stated to its wooden construction. The story narrated is about Gorakhnath, a disciple of Machindranath (Nepal Bhasa: Janamaadya) Gorakhnath, who was spotted by a tantrik in human form, during the chariot procession of his guru Machhindranath (Nepal Bhasa: Janamaadya). The tantrik held him under a spell and sought his help seeking materials to build a temple in Kathmandu. Once the boon was bestowed, a huge tree started growing at the location where the present temple exists. With the wood of this single tree, the tantrik built the Kastamantap temple. Once a year a huge ceremony is performed in the temple. On that day people gather around the temple, and they stay up all night. This temple is one of the major tourist attractions too. There are no restrictions on entry to the temple. However, photography is prohibited inside the temple. The temple is open after midday until midnight.

Hanuman Dhoka
Hanuman Dhoka is a complex of structures with the Royal Palace of the Malla kings and also of the Shah dynasty. It is spread over five acres. The eastern wing with ten courtyards is the oldest part dated to the mid-16th century. It was expanded by King Pratap Malla in the 17th century with many temples. Sundari Chowk and Mohan Chowk in the north part of the palace are both closed. In 1768, in the southeast part of the palace, four lookout towers were added by Prithvi Narayan Shah. The royal family lived in this palace till 1886, where after they shifted to Narayanhiti Palace. The stone inscription outside is in fifteen languages and legend states that if all the 15 are read milk would spring from the middle of stone tablet.

Kumari Ghar
Kumari Ghar is a palace in the center of the Kathmandu city, next to the Durbar square where a Royal Kumari selected from several Kumaris from several places resides. Kumari, or Kumari Devi, is the tradition of worshipping young pre-pubescent girls as manifestations of the divine female energy or devi in South Asian countries. In Nepal the selection process for her is very rigorous. Kumari is believed to be the bodily incarnation of the goddess Taleju (the Nepalese name for Durga) until she menstruates, after which it is believed that the goddess vacates her body. Serious illness or a major loss of blood from an injury are also causes for her to revert to common status. The current Royal Kumari, Matina Shakya, aged four, was installed in October 2008 by the Maoist government that replaced the monarchy.

Pashupatinath Temple
The Pashupatinath Temple is the largest Hindu temple of Lord Shiva (Pashupati) in the world and regarded as the most sacred. Located on the banks of the Bagmati River in the eastern part of Kathmandu, Pashupatinath Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu and was established in the 5th century, and served as the seat of national deity, Lord Pashupatinath, until Nepal was secularized. However, a significant part of the temple was destroyed by Mughal invaders in the 14th century and little or nothing remains of the original 5th century temple exterior. The temple as it stands today was built in the nineteenth century, although the image of the bull and the black four headed image of Pashupati are at least 300 years old. The temple is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. Shivaratri or the night of Lord Shiva is the most important festival, attracting thousands of devotees and sadhus. Believers in Pashupatinath (mainly Hindus) are allowed to enter the temple premises but non-Hindu visitors are allowed to view the temple from the across the bank of Bagmati river. The priests who perform the services at this temple have been Brahmins from South India since the time of Malla king Yaksha Malla. This tradition is believed to have been started at the request of Adi Shankaracharya who sought to unify the different states of Bharatam (Unified India) by encouraging cultural exchange. This procedure is also followed in other temples around India, which were sanctified by Adi Shankaracharya. The temple is built in the pagoda style of architecture, with cubic constructions, beautifully carved wooden rafters on which they rest (tundal) and two level roofs made of copper and gilded in gold. It has four main doors, all covered with silver sheets and the western door has a statue of large bull or Nandi, again covered in gold. The deity is of black stone, about 6 feet in height and the same in circumference.

The Boudhanath, (also written Bouddhanath, Bodhnath, Baudhanath or the Khasa Chaitya), is one of the holiest Buddhist sites in Nepal along with Swayambhunath, and it is one of the most popular tourist sites in the Kathmandu area. It is known as Khasti by Newars and as Bauddha or Bodh-nath by modern speakers of Nepali. Located about 11 km (7 mi) from the center and northeastern outskirts of Kathmandu, the stupa's massive mandala makes it one of the largest spherical stupas in Nepal. Boudhanath became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. The Gopalarajava?savali documents that the Boudhanath was founded by the Nepalese Licchavi king Sivadeva (c. 590-604 CE); though other Nepalese chronicles date it to the reign of King Manadeva (464-505 CE). Tibetan sources claim a mound on the site was excavated in the late 15th or early 16th century and the bones of king A?shuvarma 605–621 were discovered there while other Nepali sources claim it was constructed by a prince to seek forgiveness for unwittingly killing his own father . However, the Emperor of the Tibetan Empire, Trisong Detsän (r. 755 to 797) is also traditionally associated with the construction of the Boudhanath Stupa, after Songsten Gampo was converted to Buddhism by his wives the Nepali princess Bhrikuti Devi and Princess Wen Cheng of China in the seventh century and passes it on to Detsän. However, given that Kathmandu was invaded by the Mughals in the fourteenth century who would have destroyed the monument, the current stupa is believed to date to sometime after this. The base of the stupa has 108 small depictions of the Dhyani Buddha Amitabha and is surrounded with a brick wall with 147 niches, each with four or five prayer wheels engraved with the mantra, om mani padme hum. At the northern entrance where visitors must pass is a shrine dedicated to the goddess of smallpox, Ajima. The stupa attracts many Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims annually who perform full body prostrations in the inner lower enclosure, circumambulate the stupa with prayer wheels and chant and pray. Thousands of prayer flags are hoisted up from the top of the stupa downwards and dot the parameters of the complex. The influx of large populations of Tibetan refugees from China has seen the construction of over 50 Tibetan Gompas (Monasteries) around Boudhanath.

Swayambhunath, also known as the Monkey Temple as there are holy monkeys living in parts of the temple in the north-west, is among the oldest religious sites in Nepal. Although the site is considered Buddhist, the place is revered by both Buddhists and Hindus. Numerous kings, Hindu followers, are known to have paid their homage to the temple, including Pratap Malla, the powerful king of Kathmandu, who is responsible for the construction of the eastern stairway in the 17th century. According to the Gopalarajava?savali Swayambhunath was founded by the great-grandfather of King Manadeva (464-505 CE), King V?sadeva, about the beginning of the 5th century CE. This seems to be confirmed by a damaged stone inscription found at the site, which indicates that King Manadeva ordered work done in 640 CE. However, Emperor Ashoka is said to have visited the site in the third century BCE and built a temple on the hill, which was later destroyed. Legend has it that the Buddha himself visited Swayambhunath and gave teachings there two hundred years earlier. The stupa consists of a dome at the base. Above the dome, there is a cubical structure present with eyes of Buddha looking in all four directions with the word "unity" in the main Nepali dialect between them. There are pentagonal Toran present above each of the four sides with statues engraved in them. Behind and above the torana there are thirteen tiers. Above all the tiers, there is a small space above which the Gajur is present.

Changu Narayan
Changu Narayan is an ancient Hindu temple located near the village of Changunarayan in the Kathmandu Valley on top of a hill at the eastern end of the valley. Its location is 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) to the north of Bhakathapur and 22 kilometres (14 mi) from Kathmandu. The temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples of the valley, and is believed to have been constructed first in the 4th century. Changu Narayan is the name of Vishnu, and the temple is dedicated to him. A stone slab discovered in the vicinity of the temple dates to the 5th century, and is the oldest such stone inscription discovered in Nepal. It was rebuilt after the old temple was devastated. Many stone sculptures here date to the Licchavi period. Changu Narayan Temple is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The temple is a double-roofed structure where the idol of Lord Vishnu in his incarnation as Narayana is deified. The exquisitely built temple has intricate roof struts showing multi-armed Tantric deities. A kneeling image of Garuda (dated to the 5th century), the vahana or vehicle of Vishnu with a snake around its neck, faces the temple. The gilded door depicts stone lions guarding the temple. Gilded windows also flank the door. A conch and a disc, symbols of Vishnu, are carved on the two pillars at the entrance. Non-Hindus are not allowed inside the temple.

Bhimsen Tower (Dharahara)
Dharahara, also known as the Bhimsen Tower is a nine story (50.2 metres (165 ft)) tall tower in the center of Kathmandu. It was originally built in 1832 by the Prime Minister of the time, Bhimsen Thapa, under the command of Queen Lalit Tripura Sundari. It survived an earthquake just two years after construction in 1834, but on January 15, 1934, another earthquake destroyed the tower and it was then rebuilt by the prime minister of the time, Juddha Shumsher, who renovated Dharahara to its previous form. The tower has a spiral staircase inside containing 113 steps or none because there is an elevator. The 8th floor holds a circular balcony for observers that provides a panoramic view of the whole Kathmandu valley. The tower has a 5.2 metres (17 ft)) bronze mast on the roof. The tower has been open for the general public since 2005 for a small fee.

Narayanhity Royal Palace
Narayanhiti, in Narayanhiti Palace, is made up of two words ‘narayan’ and ‘hiti’. 'Naryan' is a form of Hindu god "Lord Vishnu” whose temple is located opposite to the palace and ‘hiti’ means “water spout” which is also located to the east of main entrance in the precincts of the palace, and which has a legend associated with it. The entire enclosure surrounded by a compound wall, located in the north-central part of Kathmandu, is called the Narayanhiti palace. It was a new palace, in front of the old palace of 1915 vintage, built in 1970 in the form of a contemporary Pagoda. It was built on the occasion of the marriage of King Birenda Bir Bikram Shah, the then heir apparent to the throne. The southern gate of the palace is located at the crossing of Prithvipath and Darbar Marg roads. The palace area covers (30 hectares (74 acres)) and is fully secured with gate controlled walls on all sides. The palace, as previously discused in Kathmandu's history, was the scene of a gruesome tragedy, termed “Nepal’s greatest tragedy”, on June 1, 2001 at the hall in the palace where the Crown Prince Dipendra in an inebriated state supposedly gunned down his immediate family consisting of his father King Birendra, his mother Queen Aishvarya, his brother and sister, and also five of his relatives, later killing himself.

Village Development Committees VDC's & Towns of Kathmandu District

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Futung Gapalphedi Gokarna Goldhunga Gonggabu Gothatar
Ichankhu Narayan Indrayani Jhor Mahankal Jitpurphedi Jorpati Kabhresthali
Kapan Khadka Bhadrakali Kirtipur Chitubihar Koteswor Lapsiphedi Machhegaun
Mahadevsthan Kathmandu Mahankal Manmaiju Matatirtha Mulpani
Naglebhare Naikap Naya Bhanjyang Naikap Purano Bhanjyang Nayapati Pukhulachhi Ramkot
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