Situated at an elevation of 12,313 ft and around 40 km from the Gangtok, Tsongmo Lake is an ethereally beautiful glacial lake. The lake is also known as Lakes Nature.
The biggest monastery in Sikkim, Rumtek Monastery is the settle of the Karmapa Lama, the third highest monk in Tibetan Buddhism.
Home to musk deer, snow leopard and Himalayan tahr; the Khangchendzonga biosphere reserve is located in Sikkim in North East India and spread around 850sq km of land.
Rabdentse was the erstwhile royal capital of Sikkim. About 107 km west of Gangtok, the town was first established in 1670 by Chadok Namgyal after shifting the primary cultural history.
Pemayangtse Monastery is the second oldest monastery in Sikkim. Popular for this monastery, Pemayangtse is situated about 107 km west of Gangtok which is situated at an of elevation of 5840 ft.
Deorali Orchid Sanctuary in Sikkim is well known for its rare and widespread collection of orchids. The remarkable attribute of the sanctuary is the fact that the orchids in the sanctuary create a very blissful environment.
Yumthang valley is a gorgeous, picturesque grazing meadow bounded by mountains in the north Sikkim district of Sikkim in India. It is situated at an elevation of 3,564 metres.
The Himalayan Zoological Park is only one of its kind zoo, which occupies an entire hill. Located at an elevation ranging from 6,500 ft to 8000 ft, the park covers 230 hectare of land and have all ieties and species of animals and birds.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Gardens and Institute Of Research, renamed after of first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru located near Rumtek monastery in Sikkim, houses many species of orchds and ious others are present here and create a new level of environment.
Located on MG Marg in Gangtok, Thakurbari Temple is the most popular and oldest temple in the city. Built in 1935 by Sir Thutop Namgyal. Also the Ganesh Tok is a temple dedicated to Ganesha. The temple is famous among tourist. People visit the temple to offer prayers.