Kathmandu Bazaar Walking Tour - Flat 24% off
About the Kathmandu Walking Tour:- Kathmandu Walking Tour is the best way to see the pagoda-styled Annapurna Ajima Temple, the Shrine of Aksh Bhairab, and the Yita Chapo remains (flattened in the earthquake of 2015)- There are two batches for this package currently. The timings for the two batches are 7:30 am till 10:00 am and 2:30 pm till 5:00 pm.- 7:30am/2:30pm arrive at Electric Pagoda Cafe and meet up with guide. Enjoy some light refreshments before you start the tour.- 7:45am/2:45pm proceed to your walking tour as you visit the crowded streets of Asan Tole and Indra Chowk bazaars.- Learn about the Nepali culture, history, and way of living with experienced guides fluent in English.- See heritage buildings built in traditional Newari architecture and intricately carved Nyalon (Fish Stone)- Admire the beautiful courtyards of Kwathu Baha, Haku Baha, Dhalasikna Baha, Dagu Baha, Takse Baha and more!- 10:00am/5:00pm tour ends.About Kathmandu City:Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is one of the most historically rich and colourful cities in the world. The magnificence of its centuries old way of living is mirrored in its architecture, streets, and the bazaars, which are a melting point of people, traditions, and an amalgamation of traditional & modern way of life. Kathmandu Walking Tour is a great way to absorb these things closely and see beautiful sights. Explore the local handicrafts, foods, produce of fruits and vegetables, spices and herbs, utensils, jewellery, and textiles at two of the largest bazaars of Asan Tole and Indra Chowk. Here you can also interact with the farmers and shopkeepers to get an insight into the rustic Himalayan way of living and understanding how their lives have been after the massive earthquake of 2015. Visit the beautiful temple of Annapurna Ajima and the Shrine of Aksh Bhairab and see the historical courtyards of Kwathu Baha, Haku Baha, Dhalasikna Baha, Dagu Baha, and Takse Baha. Here, you will also get a chance to see Nyalon or the Fish Stone and its original carvings and colours preserved carefully by the locals. If you are lucky, you will see sacred cows wandering the streets.