Namo Buddha Temple

4.67 Votes
  • Address: Namobuddha Rd, Simalchaur Syampati 45200, Nepal
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids

Namo Buddha Temple is a Buddhist temple located in the town of Simalchaur Syampati in Nepal. Also considered as one of the most visited and the most loved temples in Nepal, the Namo Buddha Temple is situated at a short drive from the Nepalese capital of Kathmandu. The drive up to this temple is quite scenic and the view from the temple is simply breath-taking. With many stupas to welcome you, the atmosphere in this temple is quite divine and peaceful.

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  • Namo Buddha Temple Address: Namobuddha Rd, Simalchaur Syampati 45200, Nepal
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  • 87.5% of people who visit Simalchaur Syampati include Namo Buddha Temple in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Namo Buddha Temple visit around 5 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Namo Buddha Temple


95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Namo Buddha Temple

People normally also visit Dakshinkali Temple while planning their trip to Namo Buddha Temple.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Namo Buddha Temple Reviews & Ratings

  • Pleasant place, everyone should visit there once. But, as I'm not Buddhist. So I couldn't say much more about this place. Next time If any buddhist friends asks me to join. Then, maybe I would visit this place again to know more about this place.

  • Incredible experience! The people here were very friendly. Woke up at five to see the sunrise, beautiful, six o'clock watched them pray, and seven o'clock breakfast. Amazing views and hike on the way up and down.

  • The architecture of the monastery is wonderful. It as peaceful, clean and very nice place to visit.

  • As per myth, it's the place where pre-incarnation of Buddha, who was a prince, while on a hunting retreat, donated his body as food for a mother tiger and her newly born cubs to save them from starvation: now as a place of pilgrimage for Buddhist, a most visit place for other people. Enjoyed watching the scenery of surrounding villages, located at a wonderful altitude. Hide seek by fog while taking pictures.

  • Nostalgic peaceful and beautiful place Hiking there from dhulikhel is awesome experience.

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