Yamba Traditional Home offers luxurious studio apartments and Rooms feature with wooden floors, attach bathrooms, free WiFi , a laundry service and elegant décor in a lively neighbourhood in the centre of Patan.The boutique-style studio apartments include a fully-equipped kitchen with a dining area and kitchenware so guests can enjoy cooking and eating a meal in their suite.The charming decorated rooms have attach bathrooms and small working area with chair & table . Guest will have access to the roof terrace, common kitchen and dining room.This property is located 600 m from the exquisite Patan Darbar Square and The Golden Temple. The Tribhuvan International Airport is 6.5 km away.
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About Pradeep Sthapit
I was born and grew up in this house. I was intensely interested in traditional architecture from my childhood. So I am robustly attached with it, my passion, curiosity in traditional architecture has energized me to convert it into typical Newari Structure.
What makes this Bed And Breakfast unique
It is a century year-old family owned house passionately restored to ensure that the guests may experience typical life of Nepali people and enjoy pleasant services.
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typical Newari traditional house located in the East side of the city in a quite and safe suburb of the Newar community. It is an intimate family-run, a unique bed and breakfast facility located in a walkable distance from The Patan Durbar Square and The Golden Temple. The Tribhuvan International Airport is around six and a half kilometers away.
Patan is a center of Buddhist and Hindu culture. The city is full of religious art, temples, and monasteries. It offers visitors the chance to see an abundance of exquisite works of religious art and architecture.
The four Ashoka Stupas, marking the four corners of Patan, are symbolic of the Buddhist Wheel of Righteousness ('Dharma-Chakra').
In the heart of Patan and the Patan marketplace, Patan Durbar Square is filled with ancient palaces, Museum, pagoda temples, stone baths, Hindu and Buddhist statues. The Patan Museum offers to accustom bronze statues and religious objects, some dating back to the 11th century.
The Palace of the Malla Kings is one of the highlights of a visit to Patan. In the palace complex lies the stone temple of Lord Krishna ('Krishna Mandur') with its 21 spires and bas-relief art depicting scenes from the Mahabharata and Ramayana epics.
Patan Durbar Square is one of seven monument zones in the Kathmandu Valley that together have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also located in the square is This museum, which was originally a Malla palace, is open daily.
The Golden TempleGolden Temple (Hiranya Varna Mahavihar), built in the 12th Century by King Bhaskar Verma, is located just north of Durbar square. This three-roof Buddhist monastery is adorned with a golden facade, four large gateways, a clock tower, and two lion sculptures. Inside are golden images of Buddha, wall carvings, and a prayer wheel.
Just outside the Patan marketplace, the Rato (Red) Machhindranath Temple is dedicated to the god of rain and plenty. It has four doorways with intricate carvings, each with figures of lions, and statues of a variety of animals atop its pilars.
Rudra Varna Mahavihar is a Buddhist monastery with a temple and a courtyard that has many fine wood, bronze and stone statues. Kings were crowned in this temple in ancient times.
The Kumbheshwor Temple is one of only two 5 tiered temples in Nepal. Dating back to 1391, when it was built by Jayasthiti Malla with two tiers, it hosts an annual pilgrimage of Hindus during the Janal Purnima day in July/August.
Just east of Durbar Square lies the Mahaboudha Temple. Made of terracotta tiles, this 'Temple of the Thousand Buddha' is modeled after the temple of the same name in Bodhgaya, India, where Buddha is said to have reached enlightenment. Each brick in the structure bears the image of Buddha.
The Jagat Narayan TempleJagat Narayan Temple, located at Sankhamul, on the banks of the Bagmati, is a tall red brick building with many fine stone and metal statues. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.