The Silk Route, as the name suggests, was used for trade between Tibet and India. It was commonly used by traders travelling to Tibet through Zuluk as an overnight base. The route started from Kalimpong and passed through Pedong, Aritar, Dzuluk, and Jalepla to Chumbi valley in Tibet. The road through Lungthung makes almost 32 hairpin turns to reach Zuluk, which makes it a unique feature of this route.
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Zuluk - Tsomgo Lake - Gangtok
Tsomgu Lake is very sacred for the local people. You can enjoy the mesmerizing view of the lake from the ropeway.
This “mandir” or shrine is dedicated to “Baba” Harbhajan Singh, a soldier of the Indian Army who died near the Nathula Pass.
Explore Gangtok Local Sightseeing
Both of these falls have their own unique features and are natural and mesmerizing. You can get your picture clicked by either wearing the traditional dress or swinging down a short zipline at these waterfalls..
This place offers you a pleasant ambiance where you can enjoy the cool breeze and have a look at the beautiful scenery. The star attraction of the view point is the park at the top. The view point is one of the best places to enjoy beautiful views of Gangtok and the Himalayas.
Each one of them has its own importance. At the Namgyal Institute ofTibetology, you will get to see the museum where you will find a rare collection of statues, ritual objects, and traditional art objects. You can also visit the library which holds one of the largest collections of Tibetan works in the world outside Tibet.