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A small village on the Ravangla – Legship road inhabited mainly by Lepchas and some Bhutia families. e Cardamom cultivation and agriculture are the main livelihoods of the local residents. The village overlooks the Rangeet River valley with Mount Narsing, & Mount Kabru in forefront, one can also see the premier monasteries of sacred landscape of Beyul Demajong  - Tashiding, Pemayangtse, Dubdi, Ralang to name a few. There are a number of home stays and farmstays available to experience the village life.

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Place of Interest / Things to do
The Bon Yung Dung Monastery

Bon monastery - The Bon Yung Dung Monastery is situated in Kewzing, South Sikkim, it is the only monastery of Bon Sect (Shamanist) in Sikkim. Late Yung Dung Tsultrim established the monastery in 1980. Since then this has been not only a place of religious pursuit for Bon followers of Sikkim but it has also become an Institution providing Bon Teachings.

Birding trail

Birding trail – There are a number of trails all along the village interspaced with forested cardamom fields, which form a natural habitat for birds of the region. 

Kirateshwar Mahadev Temple

Shiv Mandir Legship Kirateshwar Mahadev Temple is a Hindu temple, identified to be a Hindu pilgrimage site which is located at Legship, West Sikkim along the banks of River Rangeet, which has many mythological episodes of the Mahabharata attached to it. The main attractions of the temple is the Statue of Lord Hanuman

Kah-do-sang phu

Kah-do-sang phu or the cave of the occult fairies- lies close to the Reshi Hot Springs on the Jorethang-Legship road. The cave and the hot spring can be accessed on foot across the River Rangeet across a pedestrian bridge. On a rock one can still see many footprints believed to belonging to fairies.

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