The Dubdi Monastery is closely related to the history of the establishment of the state of Sikkim. The interior walls of the monastery are beautifully painted. The monastery houses images of divinities, saints, Buddhist symbols and collections of manuscripts and texts. It is believed that Lhetsum Chepo along with his two associates founded the monastery. The statues of these three Lamas who established Yuksom are also housed inside the Dubdi Monastery. The monastery is of two storied structure with square in shape facing south. An hour of hiking in the midst of the nature will make one reach the Dubdi Monastery. The panoramic view of the snow rugged mountain ranges and the far off valleys is a sight to behold.