A Day in Darjeeling

Darjeeling is a city in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is known for tea industry, its views ofKangchenjunga, the world’s third-highest mountain, and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO world Heritage Site. It is a popular tourist destination in India.

It is located at an elevation of 6,700 ft.  Sunset and Sunrise view is amazing from the city. The hills are the part of Lesser Himalaya.  The maximum temperature is apprx 15 °C while the minimum goes till 9 °C.  The heavy rainfall can be experienced in the city.

Darjeeling is globally know for tea farming and tea business.  You can view tea garden across the city.  The flavors are so amazing and Darjeeling tea is internationally recognized.

Darjeeling is well connected through public transport with Siliguri and Darjeeling has road connections withBagdogra and Gangtok.

The most popular food of Darjeeling is Momos, Rice, noodles and potatoes.  Another popular food is Thukpa which is of Tibetan origins. Thukpa is homemade noodle soup with meat. You will hardly find the food after 8 p:m in the city.

So plan a holiday and enjoy the lovely flavors of tea in Darjeeling.

Rock Garden
Tea Garden
Flavors of Tea

Amazing Namchi

Namchi, which means “Top of the Sky”.  Amazing place, blessed with the bounties of nature.  The town is really scenic and a must visit place.  It is 78 kilometers from the State Capital Gangtok.  The nearby places to visit are Gangtok and Darjeeling.  The town is well connected from West Bangal through public transport.

Good place to find peace and for nature lovers.  The place is full of scenic beauty, where you can stop anywhere to take selfies!

People are very good and helpful. Mostly people are in business as tourism is the major source of earning.

I have visited Char-Dham temple.  A beautiful destination developed by SIKKIM Government in heights of mountain where 87-ft statue of Lord Shiva and replicas of four Dhaams of the country are present.

A holiday is gonna be lovely with the amazing whether in Namchi.

Char Dhaam Namchi