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Tribhuvan Park

Tribhuvan Park is the biggest park near Kathmandu for celebrating any kind of picnics, events, filming, or gathering. It is located at the bottom of Chandragiri Hill at a distance of 6.1 Km from Kalanki. The park features 31 picnic spots with 25 available to book. The picnic spots are divided into four categories Ka, Kha, Thati, and Open ground. The park features a golden statue of king Tribhuvan near the entrance. The whole area is decorated with beautiful lawns, water fountains, flowers, and trees. The park is mostly busy during Saturdays and other public holidays with residents from Kathmandu, and nearby districts Dhading and Makawanpur.

Tribhuvan Park was established in 1972 AD by the late king Birendra in remembrance of his father king Tribhuvan.  The park is open from 7 am to 7 pm all day a year. It spans in a very wide and sloppy terrain beautifully designed for walking around, playing, and dancing.

Prices for different activities at the Tribhuvan Park

Entry fee: $0.30 normal, $0.20 Students
Picnic Spot Fee: $5 for open ground, $10 for “Kha Spots”, $15 for “Ka Spots” and $20 for “Thati Spots”
Party Fee: $65 (Free entrance for 150 people plus spot of choice)
Video Camera Fee: $30 (Free entrance for 5 people)
Fee for Shooting: $150 (Free entrance for 15 people)


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Amateur 7 ratings

Good venue for family picnic

(5/5) By Naver Been on 8 March, 2021

Good venue for family picnics. Located just below the Chandragiri hill. Plenty of sound systems and catering services near the venue, so you can just go and rent everything.

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Big playgrounds and plenty of picnic spots

(5/5) By Tanka on 8 March, 2021

Tribhuvan park is a suitable park for events like school picnics and film shooting. It's in the outskirts of Kathmandu for really worth the travel.

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