MG Marg is a lively, vibrant, and upbeat neighbourhood in Gangtok. It is a no-car zone, so take a stroll around the area and enjoy the local cuisine at one of the many cafes that dot the area.
Namgyal Institute of Tibetology
Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, a Buddhist spirituality center, houses a large collection of artifacts, relics, books, and manuscripts in the ancient Lepcha script and is a must-see during your visit to Gangtok.
Seven Sisters Waterfalls
Seven Sisters Waterfalls, located about 30 kilometers from Gangtok, is a two-tiered waterfall surrounded by magnificent views of nature.
Aerial views of a city are appealing to everyone. What better way than from a cable car? A cable car ride over Gangtok provides some of the most breathtaking views this mountain city has to offer.
Sikkim Himalayan Zoological Park
Unlike most zoos in the country, this one is spread across 205 hectares of forested mountain terrain! The zoo houses a wide range of Himalayan flora and fauna in enclosures that mimic their natural habitat.
Gangtok is a popular destination for avid trekkers in the country, and few destinations in India can compare to the experience of trekking through the dense mountainous, and forested terrain.