Swaymbhunath is also known as the "Monkey Temple" among visitors from abroad, Swayambhunath sits atop its hill, overlooking most parts of the valley. Swayambhunath is one of the holiest Buddhist Chaityas in Nepal. It is said to have evolved spontaneously when the valley was created out of a primordial lake more than 2,000 years ago.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Listed as a world heritage site by the UNESCO, Bhaktapur offers its visitors the opportunity to closely study ancient architecture, arts and culture of Lichhavi and Malla rereigns. Bhaktapur Durbar Square is renowned as one of the most attractive destination for Nepali as well as international tourists. The area is called "Layaku" in Newari language. Ancient temples and shrines, sculptures and historical heritage sites constructed in different eras carry the identity of this city.
Patan Durbar Square
The palace has earned distinction being the home of finest crafts. Patan Durbar Square is the main attraction of the Lalitpur district. Known as Yala amoung Newari Language, the city is also called the city of wooden crafts and handicrafts. The square offers myriad opportunities for visitors willing to study and reserch artistic and architectural masterpieces, history and culture of Lalitpur.
Fewa Lake in Pokhara is the second largest lake in Nepal which is a major attraction to those who are drawn to water sports or families who simply love absorbing the beautiful scenery. The Annapurna Range and the Dhaulagiri Range loom in a distance. On a perfectly calm day, the mountains are mirrored on the surface of the lake. Away from the shore, the water is clean and deep and the dense forest along the south side of the lake is rich in wildlife.