Boudhanath Stupa is the biggest stupa in the world and an important pilgrimage center for Buddhists in Nepal and Tibet.
Constructed around 5th century, the stupa is characterized by its white dome, soaring spire of 13 steps to Nirvana and all seeing Buddha’s pair of eyes. Inscribed in world heritage site list, the stupa was struck down by the earthquake of 2015 only to be restored completely in 2016. The site is now once again open for public and visitors.
How to get there?
Public vehicles such as buses and micro-vans are easily available in the city. Taxi services are also plenty on this route.