Bhaktapur Durbar Square is listed as World Heritage Site by UNESCO which is in of the royal palace of the Bhaktapur kingdom. The Pachpann jhyale durbar is the main attraction for the tourists. Bhaktapur is also known as Bhadgaun. Bhaktapur Durbar Square is located at Bhaktapur, lies 13 km east from Kathmandu and popular for its religious values, ancient arts, culture and ancient sculptures.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square has a bunch of temples, pagodas, squares, monuments, courtyard and also famous as a city of gods. The present civilization designate by Newari life style and tradition which is the best feature for tourists. Uniqueness in the culture, Newari traditions and festivals at Bhaktapur is observed by tourists. Bhaktapur Durbar Square is full with architectural masterworks and bygone paintings, has been able to protect historical identity and civilization.
Juju Dhau (King Curd) is the most famous product in the Bhaktapur as well as in Kathmandu too which is kept in the clay pots and wood model artistry used as spoon. Bhaktapur is also well known for the Pottery Square which is one of the beautiful tourists site. Poppet Dolls are also found at the ancient town Khwopa. Khwopa is the ancient Newar town in the East corner of Kathmandu.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square is full with architectural masterworks and bygone Paintings, has been able to conserve in historical identity and civilization. It is the most visited place in Kathmandu. Places of interest at Bhaktapur Durbar Square is the prehistoric Nepali art like 55 Window Temple (Pachpanna Jhyale Durbar), Golden Gate (Lu Dhowka), Lion’s Gate, Erotic Elephants Temple, Ugrachandi and Ugrabhairab Taleju Temple, Krishna Temple, Bhairava Nath Temple, Hanuman statue, Vatsala Devi Temple, Gopi Nath Temple, Kedarnath (Shiva) Temple and Rameshwar Temple. The above enlisted is the most visited attraction at Bhaktapur Durbar Square for the domastic as well international tourist.