Gangtok, The mountainous state of Sikkim is located in northern India, and its capital is Gangtok. It continues to be a center for Tibetan Buddhism today. 


A trip to Gangtok would be lacking without visiting M. G. The  “must-visit” location in Gangtok is Marg. In Hindi, “Marg” stands for  “Road,” so “MG Marg” refers to “MG Road.”  

MG Marg

This Temple is 52 kilometers from Gangtok and situated at an elevation of  13,123 feet between Nathula and Jelepla Pass, is a special place.

Baba Harbhajan Singh Memorial Temple

Hanuman Tok, a spotless and divine location in Gangtok’s upper reaches, is devoted to Lord Hanuman, the Hindu monkey god.  

Hanuman Tok

The East Sikkim neighborhood of Gangtok is about 20 km from the Buddhist monastery known as Ranka Monastery.  

Ranka Monastery

One of the top sights in the North East Himalayas is the Himalayan  Zoological Park in the Sikkim region. Animals are allowed to live in the  zoo in their natural habitat.

Ranka Monastery

The museum includes a captivating photo gallery showcasing the rich history, culture, traditions.

Black Cat Museum

Banjhakri Falls, which doubles as an Energy Park, is the ideal location for a picnic or a leisurely stroll among the trees.

Banjhakri Water Fall