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Sribadam / Soreng

Beautiful surroundings and nested in the lap of nature Sribadam Village is for not everyday tourist. You want to go off the grid and immerse yourself into the beautiful natural surroundings this place is definitely worth a stay. From the sound of chirping birds to the beauty of Mt. Khangchendzonga to the pristine natural surroundings will all refresh you. The town of Soreng is another gateway to the famous  Barsey Rhododendron Sanctuary and is known for its largest production of vegetables, oranges and flowers.

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Place of Interest / Things to do
Sri Badam Phuntshog Ngayabling Monastery

Sri Badam Phuntshog Ngayabling Monastery is situated in West Sikkim, sometime in 1962 a villager called Gyamji Bhutia came forward with a donation of 1-acre land for construction of this monastery. As encouraged by the villagers, a Lama called ‘Losel Dawa’ founded a small Shrine in the year 1976. Thereafter the devotees began performing Pujas in this small Shrine under the guidance of said

Trout Farms

Trout Farms – There are more than ten progressive Trout farmers in Sribadam. Each one has 3 to 10 tanks and home stays attached to the farms. One can stay and learn about the fish farming catch the fish and have it cooked for a meal.

Dodak Tamu Monastery

Dodak Tamu Monastery - This monastery is located between Soreng Buriakhop road and belongs to Nyingmapa Sect. It was established with a fund collection from the Gurung Buddhist followers of the locality in the year 2005 A.D. This monastery is one of the best built by the Gurung devotees in Sikkim and very beautiful in appearance.The monastery presently has 12 novice monks studying under one senior monk

Rami Dham

Rami Dham (Sunrise and Kanchenjunga viewpoint) – Ramey Dham is an excellent place from which to watch the magnificent sunrise over the stunning Kanchendzonga mountain range.

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