If you are a tourist in Nepal and you have not visited any casino, it is unimaginable. Nepal is a place that can offer, from the holy temples to the magnificent mountains including the Majestic Everest. The gambling experience in the casinos of Kathmandu valley is rumbled with the growing interest of tourists to pamper to try their luck. We too in the evening went to Casino Venus for a casino hopping. For international travelers who want to explore the gambling experience in Nepal, there are numerous casinos in the capital, Kathmandu. Only International tourists can enjoy gambling in the Casinos as Nepal government has put a ban on gambling for Nepalese citizens.
Today morning we went to Narayanhiti Palace which has been converted to Narayanhiti Palace Museum in 2008. It is located in Kathmandu, which served as the residence and principal workplace of the reigning monarch of the kingdom of Nepal. The palace complex is located in the Kaiser Mahal next to Thamel and is unified in an impressive courtyards, gardens, and rooms. We started around 9.30 am to witness various tourist places in Kathmandu.
Nagarkot is a village on the border of the Kathmandu Valley approximately 28 Km from Kathmandu. Nagarkot is famous for some nice shorter treks and splendid views of Himalaya. You can reach Nagarkot from Kathmandu by road in less than 1.5 hours, depending on traffic. It is possible to see Mount Everest from there and stunning sunrise and sunset. Mountain watching is the most popular. Its population is just under 5,000 and there are plenty of hotels, some luxury, and small guest houses. Please read my post about my experiences after visiting Nagarkot and decide whether you’d like Nagarkot tour while you’re in Nepal.
Today we started a little bit early. After taking tea we directly headed to Patan. Patan, ornamented with ancient monasteries, temples, and other monuments. Some of which have existed for centuries—amalgamated seamlessly into residents’ everyday lives. Patan city architectures became so familiar to the residents that they’re sometimes underappreciated and neglected. Once you get to Patan, make sure to wander around slowly to fully sucking its beauty. Here, in this post, I will try to share my experience of our Patan City, Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath temple sightseeing.
Shimla was established by the British soon after the first Anglo- Gurkha war and is situated at 7,116 feet in the foothills of the Himalaya. By the 1830s, Shimla had already established as a major base for the British. It became the summer capital of British India in 1864, and too the Headquarters of the British armed forces in India. The Kalka Shimla Railway was constructed to connect Shimla, the summer capital of India during the British period. In this post I will share few interesting facts and myths about Kalka Shimla Railway.