Ason Markets, highlighting the local bazaars where you discover the true heart of Kathmandu. Learn about vegetables, salts, spices, herbs, utensils, traditional clothing
Kathmandu’s Durbar Sq was where the city’s kings were once crowned and legitimised. As such, the square remains the traditional heart of the old town and Kathmandu’s most spectacular legacy of traditional architecture
Tribhuban International Airport is very near from the Global Hotel Pvt Ltd. We have transportation facility to get from the airport to hotel and hotel to airport. We also provide the site seeing facility and guide as per your requirments.
Kathmandu fun valley now opens at Chitapol-6, Palanse, Bhaktapur. Its 30 to 40 minutes drive from Baneshwor Kathmandu, just before the huge Shiva Statue in Sanga. This is the biggest amusement and water park in Nepal in terms of size and varieties of attractions. The park also has its own restaurant and bringing foods from outside is not allowed. Following are the major attractions of Kathmandu Fun Valley.
Thamel is a commercial neighbourhood in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Thamel has been the centre of the tourist industry in Kathmandu for over four decades.
The Bodhanath Stupa, just outside of Kathmandu, is one of the largest stupas of its kind in the world, and dates to sometime around the 6th century, possibly even earlier.
The beautifully restored Swapna Bagaicha, or Garden of Dreams remains one of the most serene and beautiful enclaves in Kathmandu. It's two minutes' walk and one million miles from central Thamel.
One of the most sacred Hindu temples of Nepal – Pashupatinath Temple is located on both banks of Bagmati River on the eastern outskirts of Kathmandu.
Patan is among one of the major cities of Nepal, and is officially Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City. It is also one of the sub-metropolitan cities of Nepal situated in the south-western part of Kathmandu Valley. Particularly for its tradition of arts and crafts, this city is best known for its rich cultural heritage. It is also known as the city of festivals and feasts, fine ancient art, making of metallic and stone carvings. The city has a population of 162,991 in 68,922 individual households according the to the 2001 Nepal census. This city lies 5km southeast of Kathmandu.
Popular for its religious, culture and historical heritage, Bhaktapur is also known as Bhadgaun. This city, rich in ancient arts, religious values, fabulous cultural traditions, architectural masterpieces and ancient sculptures, is also known as an open museum. Morever, the city is also famous as a city of gods. Bhaktapur has a cluster of temples, pagodas, monuments, courtyard, squares. traditional houses, artistic stones, taps, also Buddhist shrines and monasteries built in different times of the history. The existing civilization charcterized with Newai life style and their fabulous traditons and rituals reflected in the day to day activities is the main point of attraction for fireigners visiting this city. Tourists generally notice a marked uniquenss in the festivals, culture events and Newari traditions observed by the people of Bhaktapur. This beautiful and clean city teemed with architectural masterpieces, artistic temple and shrines and ancient aintings, has been able to preserve in historicla identity and civilization. It is famous as a main destination for domestic as well as international tourists. Though Bhaktapur is the smallest district of Nepal, it is rich in terms of its varied tourist attraction.
Bhat-Bhateni offers a full range of 100,000 products from 600 local and international suppliers, including a wide range of groceries, fresh fruits and vegetables; a broad range of leading international liquor, toiletries and cosmetics brands; and an extensive choice of kitchenware, clothing, sports, toys and electrical items. Furthermore, both premises include excellent value jewellery stores that offer a wide range of gold and silver ornaments in both traditional and modern styles.
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Bhat-Bhateni Head Office, Bhat-Bhateni, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4419181, 4413825
Bhat-Bhateni Maharajgunj, Narayan Gopal Chowk, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4016130, 4016131, 4016132
Bhat-Bhateni Koteshwor, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4601300, 4601301
Bhat-Bhateni Chuchepati, Bouddha
Tel: 977-1-4016130, 4016131, 4016132
Bhat-Bhateni Krishna Galli, Pulchwok
Tel: 977-1-5520988, 5520944