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5 Things To Do When You Get Bored In Kathmandu

There are certainly times, when you are all bored, when the plan gets cancelled and you were really looking forward on doing something exciting. Below are five things you can do while you are in Kathmandu, or in your room thinking to go out and having nothing planned out. 

Durbar Squares

The three most popular heritages sites – Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square, are the right places to go and clear your mind when your all bored in your room. The temples, palaces, and beautiful architecture crafted several centuries ago would just make you lost in its beauty. Wandering along with the pleasing vibe of these durbar squares, you could just try going through different narrow pathway that would take you a long way, but still connect you to its core.

Kathmandu Durbar Square

Bhaktapur Durbar Square

Kathmandu Durbar Square

Patan Durbar Square

 

Short Hikes

Hiking could be a great, short get away from the polluted and dusty city for a while. Kathmandu, where the valley is surrounded by luscious green hills from all side, has got plenty of places where people could go for a short hike. You could not just get rid of the city life, but see the radical changes in the lifestyle and the environment, between the city and the places you will be discovering.

 

Cycling

Cycling is a really good way to exercise your body and go around the city or into the luscious green forest to just free yourself. But make sure, you are well protected from the sun and dust, if your planning to go around inside the valley.


Short Spiritual Trip

Kathmandu is called city of temples, and there is a valid reason for it. In other terms, Kathmandu valley is filled with many temples, stupas and monasteries, where you could go and explore. Be enlightened with its beauty and the devotion you can see there. Pashupatinath temple, Swyombhunath, Boudhanath are some very visited sites here.

Swyombhunath

Pashupatinath Temple

Boudhanath

Pashupatinath Temple

 

Astrek Climbing Wall

If you are bored and do not have anything planned, go check out Astrek Climbing Wall, Nepal’s tallest artificial climbing wall, in Thamel. There are 20 different routes so that people can experience all levels of climbing. There’s a mini climbing wall for children as well, where they could try on and gain some skills.

 

These are only list of five, but there are obviously lots we can do. If you have got more interesting things to do, please do share with us in the comment section below.

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