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Garden of Dreams Kathmandu

The Garden of Dreams Kathmandu has a varied history. Built in the 1920's, and originally named of ‘The Garden of Six Seasons’ (after Nepal’s six seasons), it was formerly a private garden for Field Marshal Kaiser Sumsher Rama, who requested an elegant, European neo-classical walled gardens complete with pavilions, fountains, ponds, pergolas, and verandas to accompany his sprawling mansion.

Situated amidst the Kathmandu valley, Garden of dreams Kathmandu is a neo classical historical garden of Nepal. The garden of dreams is a popular spot for touring around, coffee and some quality time. This complex garden structure in the heart of Kathmandu is a popular spot for Youngsters and tourists. Offers a very beautiful ambience and the seating arrangements with a natural girdle. The area encompasses Verandas, pavilions, amphitheatre, ponds, pergolas, urns and gardens. The beautifully decorated garden boasts one of the most serene and admirable ambiences with amazing beauty. The sumptuous details of the Garden of Dreams in its premises are mind-blowing. The fountains and ponds, inscriptions and pavilions are worth some beautiful moments in its arenas.

Garden of dreams, as the name suggests, is truly a divine garden that has mind-blowing beauty. Shaped by the wonderful surrounding and the popular tourist hub, it is a prominent location for some leisure time and recreational activities. This garden, to some extent, is common to the formal European Gardens and the beautiful architecture lures a lot of people with the beauty it depicts. Strolling around the pavements or bestowing the companion a quality perch in the sitting arrangements, the experience is very wonderful.

History of the Garden of Dreams

The extensive beauty of Garden of dreams attracts a lot of people. It was the then, most sophisticated garden of Nepal. It was originally built as a private garden in the 20th century by high ranking Rana field marshal, Kaiser Shamsher (1892-1964).The six pavilions inside of Garden of Dreams are dedicated to the six Nepali seasons, respectively Basanta (spring), Grishma (summer), Barkha (monsoon), Sharad (autumn), Hemanta (late autumn) and Shishir (winter). The area of this garden is 6,895 sq. m. Inspired by some Edwardian states’ gardens in England.

Garden of Dreams Activities

Garden of Dreams Kathmandu also offers activities including corporate and private functions, receptions, cultural programs and exhibitions. For bibliophiles and book lovers, it is the perfect place in sweet serenity with its beautiful offerings and wonderful ambience. It’s been attracting visitors ever since it opened. Consequently, the garden’s exemplary work turned into magnificent amenities, serves the finest moments. Also, The oasis of peace and tranquillity of this garden is meant to lure every visitor for the offerings of Garden of Dreams and the beauty she is.

There is a Kaiser Cafe, operated by Dwarika’s group. You may have some quality time with coffee and of course, some books. You may also like to attend a meeting with family and friends. Even get some charming and amazing photographs there. The floral beauty of the garden and its impressive atmosphere is something you want to indulge in.

#1 Traveller’s Choice

The beautifully restored Swapna Bagaicha (Garden of Dreams) remains one of the most serene and beautiful enclaves in Kathmandu. It’s two minutes’ walk and a million miles from central Thamel. the very busy district of Kathmandu, time here is worthy. If you are with a partner or a solo traveller, you will enjoy the peace and serenity of this beautiful space. Not so baffled, neither a sound trauma and traffic as of the streets, you will collect the best memories here. With the essence of eateries and nice coffee shops inside, the place is blessed with the best amenities and unique natural touch.

Garden of Dreams Ticket Fee

Garden of Dreams resides in the entrance point of a tourist hub, Thamel. Within the Kaiser Mahal complex, this historical garden lies making it a popular spot for serene and tranquillity lovers. It opens every day to facilitate visitors with its serenity. It opens at 09:00 AM and closes at 10 PM. The entry charges for Nepali citizens is NPR 150. Similarly, for non- Nepali people, the charge is NPR 400. However, senior citizens and differently-abled people get a 50% discount to enter the garden of dreams.

Kulendra Baral

Kulendra Baral is a travel and tourism specialist in Nepal. In 2004, Nepal Visitors was established and promoting the Nepal Tourism. Nepal Visitors is a travel information provider side where Nepalese travel related agencies are affiliated

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