Culturally, Nepal is rich and unique in the World. Once, famous as a city of more temples than houses and more festivals than the days in a year, Kathmandu itself is one of best destination for cultural tours. Cultural tours is a primary activity to understand the real image of any society. Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur are the major destinations for cultural tours. Three main Durbar squares of Kathmandu and old settlements of different ethnic communities around the country have their own unique features to attract the visitors.
Over centuries, culture evolved here as a way of life in an integration with religion. The diverse ethnicity, social groups, religious faiths live in a social harmony. Moreover, the multidimensional heritage bounds these diversities and it expresses in music and dance; art and craft; folklore and folktales; language and literature; festivals, feasts and celebration, food and drinks, philosophy and religions, arts and architectures; temples and monuments. Nepal’s culture is mostly influenced by Indian and Tibetan Culture. The religions seem as mere parts of culture in Nepal.