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1. The Kanchenjunga Falls

The Kanchenjunga Falls

One of the most famous tourist destinations in Pelling, the Kanchenjunga waterfalls are a blend of perfect tranquillity and serenity. The mighty Himalayas flows down the hills and reach the luring grounds of the city, making the experience worth your time. This genuinely scenic beauty of them milky stream will shift you a little closer towards nature.

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2. Khecheopalri Lake

Khecheopalri Lake

Setting abode at a distance of 1700 meters above the sea level is the sacred home for both Buddhist and Hindus pilgrims. Located at a mere distance of 28 km from the city, this lake was erstwhile known as the “Kha chot palri” meaning the heaven of Lord Padmasambhava. The divine lake has another fable mingled with it which says that the shape of the lake as observed from the surrounding hills is in the form of a foot which is assumed to be the foot of Lord Buddha.

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3. The Singshore Bridge

The Singshore Bridge

Tiffin top, also known as Dorothy’s seat is situated at 4km hike from Nainital at a height of 7535 ft. It commands a great view of the neighbouring country side as well as Himalayas. Dorothy’s seat is a stonework picnic perch on Tiffin top built in the memory of a British Army Officer’s wife, Dorothy Kellet.

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4. Pemayangtse Monastery

Pemayangtse Monastery

The aesthetic Buddhist monastery is one of the most important tourist places in Pelling which has integrated itself with the elements and lifestyle of the city. The monastery is a Buddhist pilgrim whose construction dates back to the 17th century, is decorated with numerous sculptures and paintings. The Buddhist heritage is a must visit for religious and architecture buffs.

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5. Sanga Choeling Monastery

Sanga Choeling Monastery

A part of the Buddhist pilgrimage circle; the Sanga Choeling monastery was built in the 17th century. You can even enjoy adventurous activities like trekking. The Sanga Choeling Monastery must be on your visiting itinerary. Said to the second oldest Buddhist monastery in Sikkim, it was built in 1691 by the Gyalwa Lhatsun Chempo, a follower of the Nyingma sect of the Tibetan Buddhism.

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6. Rabdentse Ruins

Rabdentse Ruins

Situated just at a small and frantic walking distance from the Pemayangtse Monastery is where the ruins of once a mighty empire lies. The Rabdentse Ruins is a thrill amongst the adventure buffs. Situated amidst the dense feet and the deep lakes which are now protected under the Archeological Survey of India.

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7. The Sewaro Rock Garden

The Sewaro Rock Garden

The place is a perfect picnic spot for you and your loved ones, regarded as an important place in Pelling. The Sewaro Rock Gardens is bordered beautifully with bewitching streams, appealing fountains and luring gardens where you can have a gala time for your life with your friends and families. Don’t forget to get pictures of yourself.

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8. The Kanchenjunga National Park

The Kanchenjunga National Park

Now that you’re enjoying all the nature bliss and aroma running in your veins, your destination should look for sure include, The Kanchenjunga National Park which is an actual place standing to is caption called where nature meets wildness. The thick forest covers, the blue skies outlined by the white clouds and the true colours of wild animals is all you need to keep remembering your trip to Pelling.

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9. Kaluk


One of the most stunning places to visit in Pelling is considered to be hidden from the human sight and is generally inhabited by the Lepcha tribe. The major tourist attraction is the Bersay Rhododendron Sanctuary which will enhance your experience, and it’s a perfect spot to live in ambience and serenity.

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10. The Tashiding Monastery

The Tashiding Monastery

The holy Buddhist pilgrim was founded in 1641 is one of the most saintly and devote Buddhist monasteries in Sikkim. The charm and exquisite collection of the 41 chortens are highly enticing and spectacular. These are known as ‘Chortens of Enlightenment’. The monastery is prettified during the Bhumchu Festival with all its beauty and charm at an epitome.

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