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Kritipur, Bungamati , Khokana and Patan Tour

Duration: 1 Day

Trip Overview

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Best Season: Year Around
  • Total Duration: 1 Day
  • Trip Grade: easy

The rulers of the Kathmandu valley in the mid of the 15th century made the settlement of the finest soldiers and warriors to defend the invasion from the western part of Nepal. Thus made Kirtipur, the old fortified town inhabited by the people of the Newar community.  The Newari cultural settlement can be explored in this tour. Bungamati another culturally rich city popular for the temple and the devotees of God Macchindranath the God of rain and food grains. Khokana is another adjacent city to Bungamati popular for the goddess Indrayani and a different festival of her to mark her grandeur. Khokana is also famous for its mustard oil production. The traditional oil mill can also be observed in this tour. Patan the town of art and artist which is well known for the metal craft, the palace, temple and monasteries called “Bihara ”  are the outstanding tourist attractions.


  • Day-1 - Tour Details

     After the breakfast the Guide and a vehicle for the tour will meet and greet you. You will drive to the city of fine arts “the Patan city”. The old palace located at the Magal Bazar popularly known as the Patan Durbar Square has the perfect alignment of the temples and palace buildings. The Krishnamandir, Harisankar temple, Manga hiti (stone tap), Bhi : deyo ( god of trade ) are the major attraction of this city. The golden temple gives us an insight into the 17th century Buddhist influence in the town.

     The bungamati and khokana is the old traditional town located south of patan city. The god macchinranath (the god of ranin and food grain) inhabaits here at the centre of the town.

     Khokana is another adjacent old town to bungamati further on west of bungamati one can reach to Kirtipur. The old fortified town to keep and eye on the invasion from west of Kathmandu valley , this settlement was made in the 15th century.

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