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More visitors are showing up in Bashantapur

Written by: Santosh Dhakal

Domestic and foreign tourists have started visiting the Hanumandhoka Durbar Square after the area has been reopened for visitors.


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Kathmandu: After the reopening of Hanumandhola on 18th November after the 8 months of lockdown in March amide covid-19. The visitors are showing up more frequently in Hanumandhaka. 


Domestic and foreign tourists have started visiting the Hanumandhoka Durbar Square after the area has been reopened for visitors.

Sandeep Khanal, chief of Hanumandhoka Durbar Square Management Office, said that number of people visiting Durbar Square is increasing day by day. And the situation is becoming normalized and daily at least 100 people visit Hamunamdhoka. 


Durbar Square used to collect around Rs 120 million annually from the entry fees. The Office has determined Rs 100 to each foreign visitor and Rs 30 to Nepali citizens as an entry fee.


Reconstruction of historical heritages damaged by the devastating earthquake that occurred in 2015 is being carried out Basantapur area.

The attraction to the visitor of Bashantapur is the historical monuments that replicate the history from the regime of the Malla period. 


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