Patan Durbar Square


The Patan Durbar Square is the old palace of the kingdom of Patan/Lalitpur, similar to the Kathmandu Durbar. The town is thought to have been called after King Yalamber, as Patan also means Yala. It is about 8 kilometers south-east of Kathmandu’s core district. This palace complex is a fantastic example of Newari artistry and building. A number of Hindu and Buddhist monuments can be found in the courtyard. Parts of this Square were created by Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd century BCE, according to historical records. The Mahaboudha Temple, Kumbeshwor Temple, Krishna Temple, Golden Temple, Jagat Narayan Temple, Hari Shanker Temple, Vishwanath Temple, Bhimsen Temple, and Rato Machhendra Temple are among the noteworthy attractions to visit in Patan Durbar Square.


  • Patan Museum
  • Hiranya Varna Mahavihar
  • Golden Window
  • Mahabouddha Temple
  • Golden Temple
  • Krishna Temple


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  • City sightseeing by private vehicle.
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Patan Durbar Square

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