If you are inside Kathmandu Valley and wondering about places, then visiting Swoyambhunath must be on your buckle list.
Syamambhunath lies in the north-west of the Kathmandu Valley often symbolized as a holy place for Buddhist. It is also known as the “Monkey-Temple.” Swoyambhunath sits in the top of the hill with views of the valley, and it holds the glory of Kathmandu Valley. It is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area consist of the religious temple, chaityas and painted image of deities including statues of Tantric making it beautifully must visit holy place of Kathmandu.
Gazing to the deep of History of Nepal, the King Manadeva built it, and since then, it has its religious importance as Holiest Buddhist Chaityas in Nepal. With its beauty and hallmark of harmony, the stupa stands with the glorious image and value.
Swoyambhunath is considered to be the oldest stupa in Nepal, being evolved along with the Kathmandu valley, more than 2000 years ago. With its religious value and historical significance, it is the best place to visit inside Kathmandu valley.