Lots of terracotta from the ancient times. Thanks to almighty its still stands. The staircase is bit of straight. So, be careful.
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This temple is located in Bhaktapur’s Taumadhi Square and is the tallest temple in Nepal. It’s a very impressive building with intricate wood carvings on the struts. The stairway is lined with pairs with large statues. This temple is right next to the Bhairavnath Temple...More
How can one say this a must.with a good guide to explain, they all become a must. You will need a day to aenjoy this palace of treasurs. Just do it, you will love it.
We visited this square as part of a larger visit to Bhaktapur. We hired a guide and driver to get here. The guide knows so much more than your typical guidebook and will answer your questions. We used Pradip Lama (Pradiplama@hotmail.com) as our guide and...More
This was part of a wonderful walk around Bhaktapur. We actually got slightly chased by a goat at the top of the stairs at one of the temples. It made for an interesting experience. As I have said in my review of the other squares...More
This is an incredibly beautiful temple and an incredibly strong structure, having survived the 1934 and 2015 earthquakes. This is the tallest temple in Nepal; it was built because the temple next to it was a bad temple and had bad karma. So the Nyatapola...More
Try to be there early to see the inhabitants doing their offerings, enjoy the atmosphere and have a look at the souvenir shops. Who knows : you might discover a gem among the tourists' stuff
This is a don't miss in Bhaktapur. My husband and I have been here in this ancient and rich cultural town for about a week now and no experience has been more memorable for us that our first visit to this lovely tall temple. The...More
The Nyatapola temple has beautiful architecture This temple is situated in the Taumadhi square of Bhaktapur. Its stands so amazingly high with a 5 story level.in a Pagoda style. The workmanship and the craftsmanship is amazing with such details. There is also stone carved structures...More