A lot of the cultural centers of Nepal are concentrated around the Kathmandu valley, among those cultural sites,of the Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square. Located at the heart of ancient city Kathmandu, it is complex of beautiful historical manuments temples and shrines, both Hindu and Buddhist. Most of them are built in the pagoda style embellished with intricately carved exteriors, built between the 12th and 18th centuries. The Durbar Square, with its old temples, place, epitomizes the religious and cultural life of the people.
Though small, Nepal can fulfill travelers each desire-from ascending the Himalayas to watching birds and wildlife in the plains, from adventure sports to pilgrimage tours.
Lumbini is the place where Prince Siddhartha (known as Buddha) was born. It is said that here the newly born Prince took his first seven steps and uttered an epic-making message to the suffering humanity. the happened in a beautiful sal grove, which is now the focal point of the Lumbini Garden area, Maya Devi, the queen of Shakya King Suddhodhana of Kapolvastu, while passing through the Lumbini Garen, on the day “Vaisakha Poornima” (full moon day of may 623 B.C.) took a bath in the Pushkarini (the Sacred Pond) and soon after she took support of a tree branch, then gave birth ti the crown Prince Siddhartha.