This stop is a beautiful place to visit since it is surrounded by lush patio nurseries, a peaceful ambiance, and enough pathway for visitors. A continuous view of the mountains, as well as the Cho Djo Lake, can be seen from here. This location has incredible otherworldly importance, and the atmosphere contributes to the tourists’ enjoyment. In addition to the entertainment facility, there is a Buddhist meeting, a contemplation centre, and an exhibition hall. Buddha Park is located in Ravangla, and it is easily accessible from the main town. In any event, it’s around 80 kilometres from Gangtok, the capital. From every major town in Sikkim, taxi services are available to Buddha Park.
Offer prayers at Bon Monastery
The echoing of serenades and children perusing inside the religious community offer an enchanting effect to Bon Monastery, which is a beautiful area filled with calm and quiet. You may visit Sikkim’s biggest Bon Monastery and examine the various drawings of the Bon Demonical Buddha and Bon Deity displayed within the premises. You may take a cab from any town in Sikkim to get to this monastery. It is located 3.2 kilometres from the main town of Kewzing and 80 kilometres from Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim.
Sip freshly brewed hot & sizzling cup of tea at Temi Tea Gardens
Temi Tea Estate is located near Ravangla, a popular tourist destination. There are several little towns sprouting up in this gorgeous region, such as Narsing Village, Borong Village, Kewzing Village, and a slew of others, all of which are putting on an increasingly impressive show of their unique culture and customs. Adventurers can walk to Tendong Hill and Maenam Hill through the Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary and Tendong State Biodiversity Park, bypassing the Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary and Tendong State Biodiversity Park.
Enjoy a hot bath at Ralong and Borong Hot Springs
Because Ralong and Borong Hot Springs are just 7 kilometres apart, it is impossible to visit one without seeing the other. Ralong Monastery, which is just about an hour’s walk from here, is located at that spot. The various little settlements of Ravangla, such as Narsing Village, Borong Village, Kewzing Village, and others, may be visited to learn about their unique culture and way of life. Ralong Hot Spring is best visited between March and May, when the weather is pleasant and the town offers stunning vistas of orchids and rhododendrons. It is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on all seven days.
Experience alluring sunrise at Rayong Sunrise View Point
This popular attraction in Ravangla is an obvious visit to see the sunrise above the Himalayan peaks. This location also provides a variety of adventure activities, such as trekking to Deorali Dara, Tinkitam, and Gholey Bhir. Rayong Sunrise View Point is best visited between March and June, during the spring-summer season. September is also a good month to pay a visit to this attraction.
Trek to Maenam Hill
The excursions to Maenam Hill are part of a larger visit to the Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary, where visitors may see a variety of Himalayan flying animals and critters in their natural habitat. Tendong State Biodiversity Park, which can be visited when walking to Tendong Hill, adds to the similarity of the situation. The socially diverse communities of Ravangla, such as Narsing Village, Borong Village, Kewzing Village, and a slew of others, beckon visitors for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live with them and learn about their one-of-a-kind way of life and customs. There are brilliant monasteries full of tranquillity for peace seekers, such as Ralang Monastery, Bon Monastery, and Tashiding Monastery.