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All time Suitable for tourism in Kathmandu Durbar Square

Destination: Kathmandu Durbar Square 
•Do visit Kasthamandap (pavilion of wood) the three-roofed building is one of the oldest in the square and holds rare images of the god Gorakhnath.
•Sadly Kasthamandap was completely destroyed in the 2015 earthquake.
•Trailokya Mohan Narayan temple was the tallest in the square and dedicated to Vishnu.
•Trailokya Mohan Narayan was completely destroyed in the 2015 earthquake.Kumari Bahal (House of the Living Goddess) past the entrance way a small square holds intricate wooden carvings that decorate the Kumari's residence.
•Taleju Temple one of the squares most beautiful temples but one that's restricted.
•View from a distance only.Shiva-Parvati Temple which is adorned with images of Shiva and his consort Parvati.
•Basantapur Tower though damaged in the 2015 earthquake still stands and under reconstuction.Gaddi Baihak is the white building that dominated the southern portion of the square.
• It is due to be torn down and rebuilt in the future.Visit one of the many street vendors beside the Kumari house in an open square selling trinkets, singing bowls and other keep stakes (bargain hard!).
Best time:
All around the year

You shouldn't worry about accommodation in Kathmandu Durbar Square as you can easily reach to any hotels within Kathmandu easily.
It's just a few minutes walk from Thamel to Kathmandu Durbar Square and the way is awesome to walk and go.
Kathmandu Durbar Square is the spectacular example of architecture and Newari artist in Kathmandu valley. Kathmandu Durbar Square is historic place of royals where the kings in the past were crowned. It is crowded with ancient temples and palaces that reflect the royal history and religious and cultural life of people. 
The tallest temple of Kathmandu valley 'Taleju Bhawani' at the northern side of the palace was built in 1501 by Ratna Malla, the first king of the independent Kathamndu city. 
Kasthamandap, an open wood house, Kumari (living goddess) house, Jagannath temple with erotic carvings, and the Hanuman Dhoka (the royal palace) are situated in Kathmandu Durbar Suare. 
Presently, the square is known as Hanuman Dhoka, a name derived from the status of Hanuman, the monkey devotee of Lord Ram, near the entrance of the palace. It holds the palaces of the Malla and Shah kings who ruled the Kathmandu city for years.