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The village of Boudhanath and the Boudha Stupa is an important pilgrimage site for Tibetans and a must see for culture lovers. It can be visited as a day trip from Kathmandu.
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We were lucky enough to be in Kathmandu, Nepal for a Full Moon festival. At sunset, the monks lit thousands and thousands of little butter candles around Bodnath Stupa. We sat at a roof-top restaurant while they did the lighting (where this image...
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Banasthali, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
The morning before Losar, at Denchek Phuntsok Jargye Ling Monastery, young monks and initiates donned traditional costumes to observe centuries long rituals. As boys somersaulted and twirled, a small intimate crowd of Tibetans cheered. They have...
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Ganga Path, Kathamndu 44600, Nepal
It was the start of the monsoon season in Kathmandu, and although I had avoided the rain for five days, my luck finally ran out. After waiting out most of the shower in a small little family-owned general store, I headed out to the legendary...
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Keshar Mahal Marg, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Dechenling is great for a pleasant inroduction to Bhutanese cuisine in Kathmandu. Try Kewa Dhatse- Cheese and potatoes curry and Ting Momo- soft tibetan bread served with a spicy tomatoes sauce.
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Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Tourists call it the “Monkey Temple,” owing to the clans of rhesus macaque wandering through the grottos and recesses of this ancient shrine. The monkeys climb where they please, siblings squabble, parents scold and protect—a parallel simian...