Patan day tour is special because of its historical importance and wide excursion perimeter. The major attraction of the Patan day tour would be the ancient royal palace, where the Malla Kings of Lalitpur once ruled.
There are more mysterious words and untold stories related to Patan Durbar Square. It is somehow more popular for its fine art and less spoiled “Newar traditional architecture”. But it also is the best place to explore ancient culture. With that, Patan is quite popular for its vihars. Vihars are the places where Buddhist practitioners practice Buddhism.
There is plenty of number of Vihars in Patan. Among one of them, the Kumari of Patan resides. You can also take a glimpse of Kumari if she permits herself to show up in front of you.
Highlighted Monuments of Patan Day Tour
- The Golden Gate of Patan Durbar Square
- Krishna Mandir
- Bhimsen Temple
- Taleju Bhawani Temple
- Char-Narayan Temple
- Sundari Chowk, the royal open bath
- Mul Chowk
- Bhandarkhal Chowk
Patan Day Tour highlights
- Octagonal stone Krishna temple (1647).
- A huge bell that dates back to 1737 and is still rung once a year.
- The Shankar Narayan temple, with kneeling stone elephants in front.
- The temple with a statue of Yognarendra on a pillar in front.
- Two smaller temples were dedicated to Vishnu, dating back to 1590 and 1652.
- The oldest temple in the complex, dating back to 1566.
- A stone temple to Krishna, considered to be a masterpiece, with some amazing stonework. Note the Garuda on the pillar in front, which has eyes of crystal.
- The Vishwanath temple, with two stone elephants and riders in front.
- The Bhimsen temple (constructed in 1680 but with more recent marble additions)
- The Kumbheshwor Temple
- The statue of Gajalaxmi
- Mahabauddha Temple
- Golden Temple of Patan