Enclosed with lush green forest, Sribadam or Sreebadam, is a newly discovered village in Sikkim. Being able to escape the clutch of urbanization, Sribadam Village in Sikkim provides a perfect ambience to get rid of the hectic workload of daily life. Situated at an elevation of 2100 meters above the sea level, the hidden hamlet is 82 kilometres away from Gangtok.
In the Limboo (tribe) language, the word Sribadam means open space or flat land. A tiny village with around 3oo families of different communities such as Bhutia, Subba and Gurung, Sri Badam should be in your next holiday list and in the following lines let us describe why.
Considered to be an ideal destination for having inner peace, there are a plethora of things to see in the village and they are as mentioned below.
During spending your holiday in the village, you will not get bored at all as there are a plethora of activities to do here.
Being well connected by road, you can reach Sribadam from most of the nearby towns. Hired cars are available to take you from NJP, Siliguri or even Bagdogra to Sribadam via Darjeeling - Jorethang - Soreng or via Melli - Jorethang - Soreng.
The village only offers homestay facility when it comes about accommodation. Few homestays run by the local Bhutia families provide great accommodation at the affordable price. Moreover, all the basic facilities are there in the homestay.
Those who want to enjoy trout fishing and want to meditate in the monasteries can visit the village during Monsoon. To get a splendid view of the Mountain Peaks, October to mid-May is the best time. However, to participate in Cham dance and the Phurpa Tordo Puja, one can visit the village during December.
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