In the morning, you visit the Pashupatinath temple which is considered very sacred and presents the Hindu culture in Nepal. You will get to see the Hindu saddhus praying and cremate along the banks of the River Baghmati. You then proceed to Bouddhanath, one of the blessed shrines for the Buddhists in Nepal. Many Buddhists make a pilgrimage to this spot. You then leave for Patan or Lalitpur, this region is separated from Kathmandu by the Bahmati river and is more beautiful.
Lalitpur is distinct from the other parts of Nepal for its intricate architectural structures, the central square of Durbar consists of numerous temples, each made with elaborate designs. Within Patan, you come across a settlement area of the Tibetan refugees but they are wealthy merchants of the carpet industry. The carpets are colorful and detailed and also durable.
The other attraction you visit is the Swayambhunath, an ancient religious complex located on top of a hill. It is prominent with its dome structure and a golden spire, adorned with colorful prayer flags and preset a striking view of the city. Swayambhunath is one of the most interesting features of Nepal, for the eyes that are painted on the edifice seems like it is watching you all the time. Your hectic day comes to an end with your return to the hotel, stay over at the hotel.