Truly a visitor's delight, Tshlamthang is a breathtaking village in South Sikkim. Situated in the foothills of Eastern Himalaya, the hilly hamlet offers a splendid panoramic view of Teesta River along with the snow-clad Nathula Peaks.
Being quite adjacent to other prominent sightseeing places of Sikkim such as Temi Tea Garden, Sopholok, Ravangla and many more, Tshalamthang proves to be a promising holiday destination.
Tourist attractions are in abundance in the village and some of the most prominent ones are as follows.
The village is connected with several trekking trails. Forest trekking to Maenam Hill and Tendong Hill can be done from the village. You can go up to Tarey Bhir clifftop to witness a charming view of the Teesta and Rangeet River. Visit Ravangla and Chardham to explore the iconic Budhha Park and the gigantic statue of Lord Shiva.
Approximately 30 km away from Tshalamthang, an excursion to Samdruptse Monastery will let you see a 45-meter high golden statue of Guru Padmasambhava. Moreover, a visit to the Temi Tea Garden to relish the tranquil atmosphere and observe the tea processing is one one the best things to do just 14 km away from the village.
Cars can be easily hired from Siliguri, Bagdogra or NJP. It usually takes more than 3 hours to reach the village from NJP depending on the road condition.
Even though an offbeat village, accommodation is not a problem here. Tshlamthang Homestay offers all the basic amenities to its guests. You will get a panoramic view of River Teesta, Kaleej River as well the astounding mountains from the homestay. The rooms are quite spacious and come with modern amenities like attached bathrooms, colour television, etc.
There is no any specific time needed to visit Tshlamthang Sikkim. You can visit this settlement at any time of the year. The weather stays alluring and the temperature stays comfortable all though the months. However, winter is the best time if you want to witness the blooming oranges.
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