Gangtok Tourism

Gangtok is one of the main tourist attractions of the state of Sikkim where travelers go and visit in large numbers. The tourist spots in and around the Gangtok city is a great magnet for travelers to visit the same. The hills can be mesmerizing and one can find peace if they find the right spot. Nowadays, so many people have started to go to the mountains that most of the popular hilly destinations are crowded all the time. Only if you know the right spot, you will be able to enjoy the peaceful and exquisite weather. Sikkim is one such state that has a mild temperature all the year round due to which it is filled with people, especially in the summer time. Gangtok is the city that is the meeting point for people who travel to the hills such as Himalayas, and even above that.

There are many fascinating places to visit in Gangtok. Tsango Lake surely tops the chart. The beautiful snow laden mountains of this place remains filled with snow all the year round. It is known for its lake that freezes during winter; however, people visit it in summers as well due to the fact that there is snow on the mountain all the time. Mall Road is another great tourist spot. Import and export trade in the hills form a major part of their economy due to which fashion arrives early at this part of the country. You can get latest fashionable clothes and it is one of the best places to spend the evening with a near and dear one.

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Travel Guide Hanuman Tok Gangtok Sikkim
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Hanuman Tok

Hanuman Tok, located near the city of Gangtok, Sikkim amidst the fair old jostle of the outskirts, is located the temple of the Lord Hanuman. According to the Mythology, Lord hanuman rested in this place during carrying the Sanjeevani Mountain.

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Travel Guide Nathu La Pass Gangtok Sikkim
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Nathu La Pass

Gangtok is one of the main tourist attractions of the state of Sikkim where travelers go and visit in large numbers. The tourist spots in and around the Gangtok city is a great magnet for travelers to visit the same. One of the out of town famous tourist destinations from Gangtok....

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Travel Guide Ranka Monastery Gangtok Sikkim
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Ranka Monastery

The Ranka Monastery is one of the best attractions of gangtok and has a Beautiful and peaceful environment. The Ranka Monastery popularly known as the Lingdum Monastery and about 20 KM away from the Gangtok, Sikkim.

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Travel Guide Seven sisters waterfalls Gangtok Sikkim
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Seven Sisters Waterfalls, Gangtok

The Seven Sister waterfall is a popular waterfalls located in Gangtok and on the way to North Sikkim from Lachung. This is a Good place to halt for a refreshing break en-route to north Sikkim

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Travel Guide Changu Lake in Sikkim
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Tsomgo Lake

Gangtok is the state capital of the Himalayan Sikkim, India. It is a very beautiful and well organized city. There are many sightseeing spots in and around the city. However the main tourist attraction is Tsomgo Lake in Gangtok, popularly known as the Changu Lake.

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Travel Guide Khangchendzonga National Park
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Khangchendzonga National Park

The Khangchendzonga National Park (Previously named Kanchenjunga National Park) also Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve is a National Park and a Biosphere reserve located in Sikkim of India.

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Travel Guide Enchey Monastery Gangtok
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Enchey Monastery

Sikkim, the North East state of India is a land of majestic mountain ranges, glaciers and alpine meadows. It is also home to many ancient hilltop Buddhist monasteries. Just at a distance of 3 km from Gangtok, you will be able to find the 200 years old famous, Enchey Monastery. Th....

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Travel Guide Ganesh Tok Gangtok
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Ganesh Tok

Located on top of the Kanchenjunga hill, Ganesh Tok is a temple which is located on top of a hill with a beautiful viewpoint. It is a very small temple as only one person can fit there at a time.

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