Nagarkot , Nepal
Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal which is rich in Nepalese history and culture. Kathmandu valley, historically called Kaastamandap is titled “The City of Temples” since it comprises numerous temples and monuments which are listed in the World Heritage Site. Kathmandu has been a center of Nepalese history, culture, art, and economy. For instance, temples, stupas, and monuments like Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, etc are located here which are listed in UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. Moreover, Bhaktapur shows you the typical Newar settlement which reflects the traditional, historical, and cultural aspects of the Nepalese. Like Kathmandu, Bhaktapur is also enriched with various temples and monuments such as 55 Window Palace, Nyatapole, Bhairav Temple, Vatsala Temple, etc., and so forth. In addition to this, Bhaktapur is a major site for pottery making as well.
Basically, Nagarkot is a hill station which is peaked at a height of 2,175m approximately. Nagarkot is mainly famous for the sunrise view of the Himalayas which includes Mt. Everest as well. Furthermore, numerous peaks located in eastern Nepal are also glanced from here. In addition to this, a panoramic view of Kathmandu valley is also seen from the top of Nagarkot.