Originally name Kantipur, Kathmandu the capital city of Nepal, is also known as the city of temples. As a historical center, the history of Kathmandu is based on Newar community, the main ethnic inhabitants of Kathmandu valley. The city flourished during the Malla reign between 12th to the 18th century with clusters of Ancient Temples, Palaces and Courtyards dotted throughout. The nine-storied pagoda style palace is the center of attraction for the panoramic view of Kathmandu city. Until the 19th century, the Durbar Square was the house of the royals and is still a site of significant importance in the Republic of Nepal. This cultural tour offers takes you through the rich architectural monuments, ancient history, and civilization of the capital city. With other major attractions like House of Living Goddess Kumari, Kasthamandap, Jagannathan Temple (Hippies temple) and many more Kathmandu Valley offer a historically and culturally rich experience not to be missed.