Club Himalaya Hotel

Windy Hills , Bhaktapur, Nepal | Hotel
Prices starting from $181.00

Travel Blogs from Bhaktapur

Day 5

A travel blog entry by midannwife


... idea. We also spoke about the challenges there might be with transferring women to the main labour ward should a problem arise, and suggested we complete a drill next week, pushing a trolley (with a student perhaps on board), between the 2 areas. It would be useful to know whether it would take 5 mins or 30 mins as this could be crucial. We also asked whether she may consider having emergency equipment in the birthing unit, as they have a ...

A Birthday

A travel blog entry by jusandra


... years. The main Lazimpat road has been widened and resurfaced so consequently a lot of shops and houses that lined the road have been demolished and new building are appearing in their place. Like progress in any city, its inevitable but I cant help feeling that the area has lost some of its magic. Even the funny little man who took care of my laundry needs on my last trip has disappeared, along with his shop.
Unfortunately, the road builders still ...

Rain, momoparty, bhaktapur and new plans

A travel blog entry by freelikeabird


... 8217;t know if I should be glad about this or not :D ) In the evening we had a Momoparty at home, which means we made Momos (traditional Nepali dish, see picture) ourselves and watched Frozen! It was a really mice family evening!

On the following Sunday I went to Bhaktapur with Louis, which is a really beautiful city (world heritage). I’d rather show you some pictures than tell more about it. We also did a walking ...

My first week

A travel blog entry by hebejean


... to spend, how to get there etc, which has been priceless. As a result, I spent my first weekend in Thamel, where I am currently writing from. We arrived here in Thamel at about 4 yesterday afternoon, having left Bungamati (where I live) directly after school finished. It took us a LONG time to find out hotel in the absolute maze of identical stalls and streets, (hindered slightly by the very 'helpful' onlookers, all pointing us in different directions) but when we arrived we ...

No Rest for the Sicked

A travel blog entry by steve_julie


... hell with Ian Gillian on vocals. The sickness must stop but denial is not an approved treatment. However, the clock is ticking and airline reservations are coming up and new unexplored places are waiting for us, standing out in the cold with our name on a sign. Steve won’t even be allowed a full twenty-four hours of recuperative rest. Tonight we will be traveling by car to another room in another city. He has no choice but to use whatever ...


This hotel, located on Windy Hills , Bhaktapur, is near Boudhanath, Durbar Square - Bhaktapur, Taumadhi Square, and 55 Window Palace.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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