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Zuluk

At a height of about 10,000 feet above mean sea level, Zuluk is yet to be explored to its potential. An integral part of historical Silkroute, Zuluk offers stunning view of the Eastern Himalayas including Mt. Kanchenjunga. The 32 hair pin turns, in a stretch of 91 Km from Gangtok and 23 Km from Nathang …

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Thambi View Point

Located at a height of 11200 feet above mean sea level at a distance of around 14 Kms from Zuluk, Thambi view point offers view of famous three level zig-zag road, also known as Bhulbhulaiya, panoramic beauty of snow clad Kanchenjunga and sunrise. The Thambi view point is covered with layers of snow during winter …

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Baba Mandir

Baba Mandir is a similar monument like Jaswant Garh in Arunachal Pradesh. Located at a distance of about 12 Km from Nathang Valley, Baba Mandir was constructed in memory of Martyr (Major) Harbhajan Singh, Maha Vir Chakra who laid his life fighting against PLA armies during 1967 Sino aggression at Nathula Pass. The gallant patriot …

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Nathula Pass

Located at a distance of nearly 21 Km from Nathang valley and 54 Km from Gangtok, Nathula pass is at a height of 4310 m from mean sea level. Nathula Pass is widely visited by tourist from across the country. The Himalayan Pass offers an unique opportunity to see India connecting with China’s Tibet Autonomous …

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Rumtek Monastery

Located at a distance of nearly 24 Km from Gangtok and 28 Km from Nathang Valley, Rumtek Monastery is one of the largest and oldest monasteries of Sikkim. Also known as Dharma Chakra Centre, Rumtek Monastery is a perfect place to know about Buddhist teaching. The beautiful architecture in the midst of beauty of nature …

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Tsomgo Lake

The glacial lake also known as Changu lake is at a height of 12,400 feet above mean sea level. The lake offers varied beauty owing to change of season. The winter season forces the lake to be frozen while summer season dictates to be reservoir of waters released from nearby mountains. The clear water offers …

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