September 14, Kathmandu. 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 as it offers a very beautiful ambiance and the seating arrangements with a natural girdle. The area encompasses Verandas, pavilions, amphitheater, ponds, pergolas, urns, and gardens. The beautifully decorated garden boasts one of the most serene and admirable ambiances 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.
The splendid beauty and the surrounding of the Garden of Dreams offer some experiences and a very good spot to enjoy some quality time in the heart of Kathmandu. It is a highly admired garden in Nepal as it also carries some historical importance and undoubtedly has the amazing surrounding. Once somebody's possession is now a place where a lot of people enjoy their time offs, praising the charm it portrays.
The extensive beauty of the 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). Then it was renowned as the garden of Six Seasons. 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, this garden was built with the money 100,000 won in an epic from his father in the game of Cowrie shells.
This beautiful garden in Thamel is highly popular among tourists visiting Kathmandu. As most of the tourists reside in the Thamel area, this is something to admire off and the place to attain for some leisure after extensive sightseeing in the city. In the middle of the hustle and bustle of the busy city, this is a heal that offers a very nice space to spend good times. Of course, who wouldn’t love to enjoy their time after the crazy sounds in the streets and random irritation of Thamel bustle, this is the perfect escape.