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places to visit in Sikkim

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Sikkim Tourist Places

Sikkim is one of the most famous tourist destinations in North East India. Sikkim tourist places offer a variety of sightseeing and entertainment opportunities for all kinds of travelers. Its marvelous landscape is dotted with high-altitude lakes, rolling green mountains, colorful rhododendron groves, azure rivers, milky waterfalls, beautiful monasteries, and unparalleled views of Mt. Kanchenjunga. The huge heights and beauty of this place leave the travelers spellbound, making Sikkim a fabulous tourists destination for adventure lovers to enjoy the fun of trekking. There are plenty of famous tourist places in Sikkim that you can explore as well as plenty of adventurous and fun activities to indulge in. Your preferred Sikkim tourist spot would depend on whether you are traveling with family or friends and your holiday style. please refer below to view the best places to visit in Sikkim.

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Best Places To Visit In Sikkim

The places to visit in Sikkim are categorized into four parts including north Sikkim tourist spots, east Sikkim tourist places, south Sikkim beautiful places, and west Sikkim famous places. The main capital of the state is Gangtok. Each of these districts has something unique to offer to the tourists.

Sikkim tourist places

North Sikkim Tourist Spots
In North Sikkim tourist places, you get a chance to absorb the mysterious beauty, high-altitude lakes, and amazing landscapes of northern Sikkim. The famous places to visit in North Sikkim include Lachen, Gurudongmar Lake, Lachung, Chopta Valley, Yumthang Valley, Waterfalls, Zero Point, Hot spring, Monastery,.. 

North Sikkim

famous tourist places in Sikkim

South Sikkim Tourist Spots
A small hill town, Pelling is the main tourist attraction in South Sikkim. Its landscape is dotted with monasteries, lakes, and waterfalls. In South Sikkim tourist places, you are offered mesmerizing views of Mt. Khangchendzonga. The famous places to visit in South Sikkim include Skywalk, Kanchandzonga waterfalls, Khechepadi wishing Lake, Rabdentse Ruins.. 

South Sikkim 

best places to visit in Sikkim

East Sikkim Tourist Spots
The area of eastern Sikkim falls across the east south part of Sikkim that is known as a hub of administrative activities of the state. The East Sikkim tourist places are Gangtok, Tsomgo Lake, Baba Mandir, Nathula Pass & Zuluk. East Sikkim also receives heavy snowfall during December. This is a good time to visit it to enjoy the snowfall.

East Sikkim 

Sikkim famous places

West Sikkim Tourist Spots
West Sikkim is the most attractive part of Sikkim tourism. In the western Sikkim part, It is home to Namchi, famously known as the cultural & religious hub of Sikkim. Two famous tourist sites are the 108 feet statue of Lord Shiva & 118 feet statue of Guru Padmasambhava. The main West Sikkim tourist places include CharDhaam, Sai Mandir, Samdruptse Hil, Rock Garden. 

west Sikkim 

20 Famous Tourist Places In Sikkim

Sikkim Tourism offers plenty of beautiful places to visit in Sikkim, here is a list of 15 famous tourist places in Sikkim that makes it for a wonderful as well as blissful holiday, the Sikkim places to visit are Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Zuluk, Lachung, Lachen, Yumthang Valley,  Gurudongmar lake, Teesta River,  Pelling,  Namchi, Ravangla, Gangtok, Rumtek Monastery, and many other Sikkim famous places.

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