Kathmandu Durbar Square

Kathmandu Durbar Square lies in the heart of the Kathmandu Valley. The locals know this area as 'Hanuman Dhoka'- ancient seat of the Nepalese Royalty. The Royal Palace during the medieval times was not merely for the Royal activities only but also used as the center of administration, culture activities and festivals. The historical buildings and temples here were erected from the time of Late Newar Kings Ratna Malla (1484-1520 AD) to Prithivi Bir Bikram Shah(1875-1911 AD) covering the Malla, Shah and Rana Regime periods of the Nepalese history. The entire complex here is named after the monkey god-'Hanuman'. One can see a huge stone statue of 'Hanuman' painted in orange and covered in red cloth next to the main entrance-The Golden Gate- of the palace. Lord Hanuman is regarded as a powerful protector of the entire Durbar Square. Durbar Square

Things to SEE around Dwarikaschhen ( please also check our gallery)

An inquisitive exploration in the Durbar Square reveals the ancient art and Architecture of Nepal which has proved to be a masterpiece to everyone accepting its genuineness. Therefore lots of things are to be seen around the Durbar Square which is now open to all visitors. Here, the late kings of Nepal were crowned and solemnized. There is a huge museum with ancient artifacts and equipments (from coins, clothing to swords) related to the historical regimes of late kings Mahendra and Birendra. Almost all varieties of temples including temples of Lord Krishna, Lord Shiva, Gigantic Kal Bhairava, magnificient temple of Taleju, Jaganath, Swet Bhairava, Hanuman, Shiva Parvati, Lord Ganesha, Garuda, Living goddess Kumari, Saraswati, can been seen around this place.

(Jatras and festivals)

It is the most happening place for Nepali and Newari culture and religion throughout the year. It is also said that there are more JATRAS (festivals) than days in a year. With your stay at Dwarika's Chhen, we confirm you the feel of the spellbinding vibes of Nepalese culture and tradition. Here, you will be amused by the historical inscriptions, traditional old stone taps and baths where people fill their thirst and take their baths to wash away all their sins. A few meters towards the right of Dwarika's Chhen is the Kasthamandap Temple which is believed to have been built from the wood of a single tree, and have given Kathmandu valley its name. During the Shah dynasty, this is where all the VIP guests from around the world like Queen Elizabeth, --------------- would first visit and would be honored with the key of Kathmandu by the late Kings.

Daily Room Tariff

Single 55.00
Double 75.00
Tripple 95
Extra Bed 20

Monthly Room Tariff

Single 1000.00
Double 1500.00
Note: Excluding +10% Service Charge and +13% VAT