Old Kathmandu Walking Day Tour is the best walking tour in Kathmandu Valley, which leads you to the oldest area of Kathmandu to explore hidden fact of history, culture, religion, ritual, lifestyle, art and architecture of Kathmandu. Swayambhunath Stupa, Bijeshwori, Shova Bhagwati ,Indrani, Naradevi, Kathmandu Darbare Squre, Indra Chowk, Seto Machindranath, Asan Bazaar, Kathesimbhu Stupa and some bustling local market are the touring destination of this walking day tour.
Swayambhunath Stupa It is located 3 km west to Thamel on the hilltop cover with forest which is the holiest and oldest Buddhist Stupa by its pattern in Kathmandu and also known as Monkey Temple. There are numerous secret shrines related with Buddhist culture and that offer best view of valley.
Bijeshwori and Shova Bhagwati: It is located 1.5 km. west to Thamel, one of the most female Tantric Deities and consort of Daysnidhi Buddha. She is called Tara (goddess of power and compassion) and just little down on the Bishunumati River, there is beautiful Bhagawati Temple Goddess of blood and power, one of the manifestations of Kali and there is often the dead body was cremated following its rituals.
Naradevi Temple: It is in between Kathmandu Durbar Square and Thamel, the artistic Pogada style temple of Naradevi Sami Goddess as demonic face of Kali.
Kathamandu Durbar Square: It is located at the heart of Kathmandu City known as Basantapur, the politically, religiously and culturally important place of Nepal, which was built during Malla period, the square is divided into two parts out and in, there are all together 39 culturally and religiously famous artistic Temple and palace some of them are Kumari House(the house of living goddess), Kal Bhairab( god of truth and Justice), Kasthamandav, (open wooden house) Gadhi Ghar ( Royal crowination house) Taleju Temple (the royal Goddess), Monkey status (monkey God) and Historical Museum are most attraction of Kathmandu Durbar Square.
Machindranath Temple, Asan Bazaar and Indra Chowk: These are oldest and busiest place in Kathmandu nearby Basantapur, the place Indra Chowk is in north of Basantapur the famous business junction of Kathmandu, where the beautiful Temple of Lord Indra (the God of Heaven) has sanded and 5 minutes walking to north, there is another impressive Temple of MachIndranath, the God of rain and agriculture which is worshiped by both Hindu and Buddhist and Buddhist call white Tara and Hindu call one of manifest of Shiva. Then the tour goes to Asan Bazaar (the oldest and busiest market of Kathmandu, whereas there are two beautiful and famous Temple of Ganesh (God of success and wisdom) and Goddess Annapurna (the Goddess of food), the local people immensely homage for enough food and successful in business.
Kathesimbhu Stupa:Just 10 minutes west to Asan, there is beautiful and 3rd biggest Stupa which is known as Kathesimbhu Stupa, Almost similar like replica of Swayambhunath Stupa which was built in 16 century. There are many tiny statues and different sect of Monasteries. Then the Tour ends heading to your hotel.