Tso Lhamo Lake is one of the maximum lakes inside the world, positioned at an altitude of 5,330 m. It is located in North Sikkim, India, approximately 4 km southwest of the international border with China. It is fed via waters from Zemu glacier, Kangtse glacier or Pauhunri glacier, and is the supply of the Teesta River. Joseph Dalton Hooker noted the lake as Cholamoo Lake.
Its call is also spelled Chho Lhamo and Cholamu Lake. Tso Lhamo Lake is a glacial, fresh-water lake positioned northeast of the Kangchenjunga range in excessive plateau vicinity related with the Tibetan Plateau.