Located ON a Durbar Square, you can’t get any better. The porters were great to carry our luggage on their backs to the third floor. Our room over looked the temples. Magical. Forewarned: the big bell in Durbar Square is rung twice a day, and the Hindu temple closed to the front door rings bells as early as 4:30am. The food was excellent (breakfast and dinner) — and you must have their Nepali masala milk tea. Best in Nepal. Get a high floor room (the restaurant is open late on ground floor) with en suite bathroom (most rooms have separate shared bathrooms).
- **Enjoy Italy Favourite coffee LAVAZZA Coffee @Shiva's Cafe Corner. * *Festival of the month BISKA JATRA April 9th -18th 2017 Biska Jatra is Bhaktapur’s greatest festival and goes on for nine days. The festivity starts off with a raucous tug-of-war at the city center between two neighborhoods trying to drag the triple-roofed chariot of Bhairavnath to their own side. On April 13, a ceremonial pole called yosin is erected on the city outskirts. The two strips of cloth unfurled from the top represe …Read More »