Pelling is about 133 kms away from Siliguri and 125 kms from Gangtok. The pleasant little town of Pelling is famous for
This was the second capital of the erstwhile Kingdom after Yuksam and till the year 1814 A.D., the King of Sikkim ruled from this place.
The Pemayangtse Monastery is a Buddhist monastery in Pemayangtse, near Pelling, located 140 kilometres west of Gangtok.
The road is lined up with glittering shops of all types, restaurants and bars on both sides. Many tourists take a table
Khecheopalri lake is considered as a sacred site of pilgrimage by the Buddhists. The lake is 34 km from Pelling town.
Yuksam was the first capital of Sikkim, where the first Chogyal of the Kingdom of Sikkim was consecrated in 1642 A.D. by the three learned lamas.
Dubdi Monastery, also known as Yuksom Monastery, is Buddhist Vihara or monastery located in West Sikkim. The Monastery of Dubdi
Located between Yuksam and Gerethang this highest waterfall of West Sikkim presents a magnificent scenario especially during Monsoon.
Tashiding Monastery is a Buddhist monastery of the Nyingma sect of Tibetan Buddhism in West Sikkim. It is located on top of the hill rising.
Kirateshwar Mahadev Mandir is situated in Legship, on the banks of Rangit River and has an idol of Lord Shiva. A foot suspension bridge.
Barsey or Versey is a small hilltop in Sikkim. Located at an altitude of 10,000ft, Barsey is renowned for its Barsey Rhododendron.
With a span of 198 mtrs and 220 mtrs in depth, Singshore Bridge near Uttarey in West Sikkim is considered the second highest.