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    Located on heart of Kathmandu Nepal,  Narayanhiti Palace Museum (Narayanhiti Darbar) is the another attraction of kathmandu. In 1934 the original Palce was destroyed by earthquake and  rebuilt by late king Mahendra in 1963. In 2006 the Palace got converted into museum by government of Nepal. If you are interested to know about Royal massacre of 2011, Royal family and Royal belongings you can visit Narayanhiti Palace Museum (Nrayanhiti Durbar).

     

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    The name Narayanhiti is two words, one is Narayana which means Hindu god Bishnu, is located on the east of main entrance. Other is hiti which means water spout  which is also located to the east of main entrance.

    The Narayanhiti Palace museum is open for visitors (Mon, Thu, Fri, Sat and Sun) 5 days in a week.

    Time of visit

    11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

    Entry Fee:

    Nepalese citizens: Rs 100 per person

    SAARC and Chinese Citizens: Rs 250 per person

    Other Citizens: Rs 500 per person

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    4 Reviews on “Narayanhiti Palace Museum (Nrayanhiti Durbar) Kathmandu”

    1. Ramesh Tamang Narayanhiti Palace Museum (Nrayanhiti Durbar) Kathmandu
      Overall Rating:
      5
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      This place gives us information about the lives of kings and queens during autocratic period in Nepal. It is one of the best palace in Nepal.

    2. Kusum Chaudhari Narayanhiti Palace Museum (Nrayanhiti Durbar) Kathmandu
      Overall Rating:
      5
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      मैले केहि दिन अगाडी मात्र यो ठाउ घुमेको छु , धेरै राम्रो छ , यो ठाउ एक चोटी जानुपर्ने ठाउ हो । हाम्रो राजाहरुले कस्तो जिवन जिउत्थे र जिबन साईली कस्तो थियो त्यो कुरा सजिलै थाह पाउन सकिन्छ .
      Kusum
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    3. Prakriti Aryal Narayanhiti Palace Museum (Nrayanhiti Durbar) Kathmandu
      Overall Rating:
      5
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      It is one of the places of Nepal which provides us the detailed information of the lifestyle of king and the royal family during Monarchy. For Nepali student it’s Rs.20 , for common Nepalese it’s Rs. 100 , the citizens of SAARC countries should pay Rs.250 and the people of other countries need to pay Rs.500. Only Nepali currency is accepted. You are not allowed to take any electronics inside the palace including camera and cell phones. The ticket counter museum remains open from 12 in the noon to 2 in the afternoon. Hope you will have a great time here . ❤️❤️

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