Miracle at the stunning palaces, temples, ancient bazaars and local lifestyles as your driver wheel through the old, narrow streets of Kathmandu. Rickshaws are an admired mode of transport for anyone who wishes to discover the complex gullies spread across the Kathmandu Durbar Square and it’s close by areas. While visiting or observing Kathmandu in rickshaw we also pass through Asan, the busiest bazaar in the city that sells variety of spices, electrons and textiles. A component of this trip also includes visiting to the Hanumandhoka Museum located in the durbar square which clearly told the story or life of King Tribhuvan who helped on ending the Rana regime.
Stick together for a rickshaw tour if you wish to delight in far-off history and cultural traditions in a ride that is also a part of tradition as the places you visit had its different stories and the different way of life you will esteem.
“Apart from Tuesdays Hanumandhoka Museum is open from 10:30am to 3:00 pm every day. On Friday it is open from 10:30am to 2:00pm”.
Destination : Nepal
Duration : 1 Day
Difficulty Level : Easy
Group Size : 2-15 people
Activities : sightseeing
Transportation : rickshaw
Accommodation : 3-5 star hotel in kathmandu