After breakfast sightseeing of KATHMANDU covering Kathmandu Durbar Square , Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath- the holiest Hindu Temple in Indian subcontinent; Boudhanth- One of the biggest Buddhist Stupa/Temple in the world.Kathmandu Durbar Square:This UNESCO’s heritage square with its old temples, palaces give you the feeling as if you are in the 17th century. There are dozens of impressive pagoda style temples and palaces including Jagannath temple with KAMASUTRA Arts, Taleju temple ,Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square,Kasthamandap- a temple believed to be build from a single tree, Basantpur Palace, Open Market of Basantpur, Kalabhairab- the god of death, Big bell, Maju Deval and famous House of ‘Kumari’ the living goddess. This is the square where the kings of Nepal are crowned.Swayambhunath : This Buddhist Stupa watches over the Kathmandu valley with its ‘all seeing eyes’ from atop the Hill.This huge dome shaped structure is one of the holiest Buddhist sites in the world. Its establishment is linked to the creation of Kathmandu valley out of a holy lake. This 2000 years old Buddhist stupa is also known as the ‘Monkey Temple’. O/n at the hotel.Pashupatinath: One of the most sacred Hindu temple in the world. The richly ornamented pagoda temple houses the sacred lingam( Phallus). This temple exists prior to 200 yrs BC but the present structure is 350 yrs old. Near the temple there are crematoriums in the bank of Bagmati river where Hindus observe the death rituals.Boudhanath:It lies about 6 kms east from city center and it is one of the largest Stupas in the World. It looms 36 m high with 04 pairs of eyes facing the four directions. It is built in 5th Century in an octagonal foundation representing Mandala (Lotus). A lot of people of Tibetan origin live in this area and there are dozens of Tibetan monasteries.