Bhaktapur (भक्तपुर) is also known as Bhadgau and is an ancient Newar town located at the east side of the Kathmandu valley. Bhaktapur is the third largest city in the Kathmandu valley. Bhaktapur is one of the World Heritage Site listed by UNESCO because of its rich artwork,temples and cultures. The main attraction of Bhaktapur durbar square includes Nyatapola Temple, Bhairab Nath Temple, Dattatraya Temple, Changu Narayan and Siddha Pokhari.
Entry fees US$ 15 or equivalent foreigners and Rs. 100 for SARC countries
Changu Narayan: The Changu Narayana temple lies 20 km away to the east of Kathmandu, on the top of a rocky hill surrounded by an evergreen lusty forest all around with a typical traditional Nepalese settlement. This is the oldest temple in the Valley built in 14th century AD. From here, one can also have a very pleasant view of the Kathmandu valley and its beautiful surroundings.
Entry fees Rs. 100 for foreigners and Rs. 100 for SAARC countries
Nagarkot: It is located about 35 kilometers east of Kathmandu. The popular view point in Asia to see sunrise/ sunset, lands cape and huge long Himalayan shrines of mid west to eastern Nepal with an elevation of 2100meters.