Hanuman Dhoka is situated in the Kathmandu Durbar Square. It gets its name from the stone image of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman. The stone images stand near the main doorway. “Dhoka” means doorway in Nepal language. It was originally funded in the Licchavi period.
From the Hanuman Dhoka, there is a very interesting site of the Taleju Temple.
You can also see a big figure of the god of destruction KalBhairav.
You can also visit the Jagannath Temple from here.
How To Get There
Same instructions as going to Kathmandu Durbar Square.