This mountain pass is part of the old Silk Road and is also one of the highest passes that can be reached by road.
Every year, travelers and trekkers come to Zuluk to experience its beautiful mix of solitude, excitement, and peace.
Red pandas, Himalayan bears, rhododendrons, barking deer, yellow-throated martens, takins, and other unique species live in the wildlife sanctuary.
Lampokhri Lake, also called Aritar Lake, is in East Sikkim, next to the Aritar village. It is in the middle of a thick pine forest.
Tsomgo is a glacial lake about 40 km from Gangtok. It is known for its beautiful scenery and cultural significance.
It is known as the Dharma Chakra Centre. The monastery has stunning views of the nearby mountains and rivers.
The building includes a large museum with many antique artifacts, artworks, coins, statues, and Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Chinese texts a few kilometers from Gangtok.
The place is best known for the views of the snow-capped peaks before dawn, from which you can see the whole beautiful Kanchenjunga range.
This secluded Tibetan town in the Eastern Himalayas on the old Silk Route offers exhilarating skiing and other winter activities.
The falls come from the river Ratey Chu. They look like beautiful silver threads and can be heard roaring from a long way away.