Garden of Dreams, Kathmandu

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Escape the city hubbub and retreat to Garden of Dreams, a peaceful garden complex renowned for its scenic pavilions. Also known as the “Garden of Six Seasons," it was built in 1920 for Field Marshall Kaiser Sumsher Rana and was abandoned after his death in the 1960s. Today, restored with help of the Austrian government, it remains a landmark of Kathmandu and a popular spot for a relaxing stroll. Roaming the lush gardens, you can admire Edwardian-style inspired fountains, birdhouses, gazebos, and other picturesque decorations. Arrange your visit to Garden of Dreams and discover more family-friendly attractions in Kathmandu using our Kathmandu trip maker site.
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  • the garden is under rennovation. in my opinion, 400NPR was too much for a garden in horrible shape without a cafe 
    the garden is under rennovation. in my opinion, 400NPR was too much for a garden in horrible shape without a cafe  more »
  • Waste of time and $4. Pointless - barely anything to see and you’re done within 3 minutes - not worth the entry fee, rip off. 
    Waste of time and $4. Pointless - barely anything to see and you’re done within 3 minutes - not worth the entry fee, rip off.  more »
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  • Its a beautiful and peaceful place with lots of squirrel roaming around dancing and cracking nuts that attract every visitors there. Even you get beautiful place to take rest from your day to day busy schedule. You can get the beautiful architect with lots of eye catching designs. Even the small ponds with beautiful lotus and other small flowers. Even you can get the beautiful scene for clicking photos and videos. You can also take this place for fliming .
  • Don’t listen to the haters. It’s a Lovely little garden. Yes there is an entry fee, but the garden is v nice. It’s a nice break from being a tourist in the city. It was very relaxing to sit back and enjoy people watching. It seemed like a very popular spot with locals and hence does tend to get crowded so time your visit accordingly.

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