La place du Darbâr (en népalais : वसन्तपुर दरबार क्षेत्र, en anglais : Kathmandu Durbar Square) est une place située à Katmandou au Népal qui doit son nom de darbâr (salle d'audience royale) à la cour qu'y tenaient les rois du Népal jusqu'en 1886. Elle regroupe un ensemble de temples hindous et de palais royaux hérités de la dynastie Malla et de la dynastie Shah. Elle est classée au Patrimoine mondial avec six autres ensembles monumentaux de la vallée de Katmandou, dont deux autres places du Darbâr situées à Patan et à Bhaktapur.
|Lundi||10:10 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Mardi||10:10 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Mercredi||10:10 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Jeudi||10:10 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Vendredi||10:10 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Dimanche||10:10 AM – 5:00 PM|
Tenzee Sherpa | févr. 7, 2018
If you visit Nepal this is definitely a place to visit. Probably the most historic location in Nepal as is was here that the kings had their palaces. I visited this location before in 2014 and after,2016 and it was badly damaged by the earthquake but still worth the visit. They do charge visitors a fee but they use it to restore this treasure and I hold no grudges for it. Look at the supplied pictures for all the wonderful things to see here. Unfortunately the upstairs museums were closed after the quake for obvious reasons. But do not let this put you off, it is still worth a two hour visit as so much is still available to see. Also there are many Nepalese crafts for sale there. You may pay more but the selection is so diverse and interesting. I can only say, do not miss this treasure!
Sudip Bhetuwal | févr. 23, 2018
Depicts the true glorious history of our country. It is one of the largest square present in our country and one of the most beautiful. Many squares are present around the area. The big bells, temples, and long presentation areas, so beautiful. I hope the reconstruction after earthquake goes really well and the structues become as glorious as they were and would depict our true history.
Shankar A | janv. 11, 2018
Durbar Square was amazing before earthquake. After 2015 part of the temple has been destroyed. Nepali people are working hard to rebuild them. The square is full of energy. The city needs to shine as last years. Go to Nepal and help the city. Really beautiful building and typical architectures.
Dipeeta | janv. 5, 2018
Heart of the City, with rich historical significances, going back a long time. Used to be different before the tragic earthquake few years back, but I am glad that the life here goes on as usual now. Must visit for tourists. If you manage to get reliable local guides, they'll be able to explain and narrate many things to you, which you otherwise wouldn't have known. Please exercise caution while selecting the guides, as there are a few cheats here.
Mahbubul Islam | avr. 8, 2018
One of the most popular Durbar Square in Nepal. A major tourist attraction and a must visit for everyone who is travelling to Nepal. The place was beautiful before the big earthquake and now under renovation. But still open to public. Photos are from before and after 2015 earthquake.
Joris Diesvelt | mars 21, 2018
Some beautiful temples can be seen here. A lot has been destroyed in the 2015 earthquake but is is slowly being rebuild. Be careful around local guides here, they know a lot about the place but they try to charge you way to much for some information. If you try to pay less, they will lead you through shops where you get a nice story about paintings or jewelry and are then pressed to buy some.
George Lienemann | avr. 9, 2018
A spectacular area of temples and palace structures. If this not the first place you visit in Kathmandu, it should at the very least be the last. I personally found that it had to be visited quite a few times. All of Kathmandu is both a reminder of another time and a testament to the faith of the people of this city and this country. Darbar Square is the heart of the city and the country and the soul of the people of Nepal.
Ritu Wang | mai 23, 2018
One of the most beautiful heritage sites in Nepal. I'm sure every tourist would love to visit this place. The buildings and architecture is just awesome. The Durbar Square Is also blessed with many other historic sites in the surrounding.. Good hotels and restaurants nearby. The place is always crowded with tourists.Good place to come with family and friends. Had an awesome experience visiting this heritage site! It was worth the visit👍
Purnima Baral | mai 22, 2018
Amid the crowd of the Kathmandu city, this is a very beautiful and historic place. It's a really cool place if you want to hangout with your friends or loved ones. I personally prefer to be at this place during evening. You spend few minutes at this place and you forget all the chaos going on in your life.
Slee Coopac | juin 15, 2018
The atmosphere of the plains surrounded by old building buildings and the remains of handicrafts and architecture left behind is amazing. Paying around 1000 rupees (as I remember) to enter the castle, and it is amazing to see that day, I can see Kumari or a very big living goddess in Nepal, an amazing experience that will not be forgotten. brochures are provided with every purchase of tickets and there are also some people who serve as a tour guide who will explain every building and location that will be visited around the square of the khatmandu durbar.There should be a trip to NEPAL! Suasana dataran yang dikelilingi oleh bangunan bangunan lama serta peninggalan peninggalan hasil kraftangan dan senibina sungguh menakjubkan. Bayaran lebih kurang 1000 rupee (seingat saya} untuk memasuki kawasan istana, dan amat menakjubkan juga pada hari itu , saya dapat menyaksikan sendiri Kumari ataupun living goddess yang amat mashyur di negara Nepal. Sungguh satu pengalaman yang tidak akan daoat dilupakan. Senibina yang mengagumkan.. brosur disediakan dengan setiap pembelian tiket. Terdapat juga beberapa orang yang menawarkan khidmat sebagai pemandu pelancong yang akan menerangkan setiap bangunan dan lokasi yang akan dilawat di sekitar durbar square khatmandu ini. Harus pergi ke sini , barulah sah lawatan anda ke NEPAL!
spko Duniya | mai 26, 2018
I believe everyone who have visited Kathmandu Durbar Square loves this place. It used to be heart of every youth to spend evening time with their ones. Due to earthquake, now passing through this place makes you quiet and make you sentimental. Hope everyone's dream of spending splendid time with their ones will be fulfilled after reconstruction.
Thomas Jackson | juil. 20, 2018
It's very nice and worth a visit. A lot of people will hassle you to be a guide. We paid ours 500 rupees. A lot of the square is still damaged from the earth quake. You should check it out while in Kathmandu. Good bars and restaurants nearby on Freak Street too.
Raju Pradhan | juil. 4, 2018
This is a centrally located UNESCO World Heritage Site. The place is characterized by temples, and museums. This is a historic place. The Kastamandap temple from which the name of Kathmandu was also here but was destroyed by the 2015 Earthquake which is being rebuilt. Excellent place for evening stroll.
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