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24 of Asia's most overlooked places

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1 24 of Asia's most overlooked places on Tue Jul 25, 2017 12:15 pm

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2 Re: 24 of Asia's most overlooked places on Tue Jul 25, 2017 3:02 pm

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3 Garden of Dreams, Nepal on Thu Aug 16, 2018 5:32 pm

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My Favorite:-
After spending a few days in Nepal's chaotic capital of Kathmandu, head straight to Garden of Dreams for sanctuary.
The Garden of Dreams, also known as Keshar Mahal, is just inside the entrance to Thamel on the right. While Thamel is usually a traveler's first stop in Kathmandu, many tourists and residents pass by the deserving Garden of Dreams without a blink.
With exotic plants and distinctly European-influenced Nepali pavilions and gardens, along with the restaurant and bar operated by the prestigious Dwarika's Hotel, Garden of Dreams is a great place to relax. Walk through the small exhibit showcasing the renovations the garden went through from royal decay to Austrian-led restorations, or read a book next to the fountains and doze off for a light nap. It's best to visit in the early evening, so you can view the grounds in daylight and dine in the romantically-lit pavilions later. Entry fee is $1.50 (Rs 160).

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