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Borong and Polok villages of south Sikkim are unique as they are one of the remotest villages of South Sikkim and are predominately inhabited by Bhutias and Gurungs. Another unique feature is that the village of Borong is the variation of altitude with its lower end at the Rangeet Riverbank and the highest point is the Borong Viewpoint. Almost all the houses in the village would have a flock of sheep and one can source out good quality sheep wool products.

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Place of Interest / Things to do
Borong Monastery

Borong Monastery – A small but a beautiful monastery in Upper Borong, belongs to the Gurung (Tamu) community. The annual Tamu Lochar festival is celebrated here every year with the backdrop of Mount Narsing. The Monastery has an idol of Sakyamuni Buddha and Awloskeswara, and a number of resident monks.

Borong Paper Factory

Borong Paper factory – The Sikkim Development Foundation had started the initiative of collective enterprise for the village in the mid early 2000, under this project an Edgeworthia (argali) paper factory was started. This small unit makes handmade paper using the fibers of local edgeworthia plants. One can try out making a batch of paper themselves and don’t forget to pick up souvenirs on your way out. 

Hot Water Springs

Hot Water Springs – On the banks of the Rangeet River there are natural hot water springs. This natural spa is a 3 km drive from Borong and a further 15-minute downhill walk. The  hot springs are located along the banks of the river Rangit and can be visited from December to February. For overnight stays temporary huts are available at nominal rates. During the hot spring season, small shops selling basic vegetables & provisions are setup and the local villagers sell dairy products

  • Near Co-Operative, Middle Sichey Gangtok, East Sikkim, India, 737101

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