Hee-Bermiock is a perfect rural hamlet nestled in West Sikkim. Trip to Hee Bermiok takes about four and a half hours from Gangtok. One can also reach there from Pelling. The main attractions are mountain biking, nature walk, visit to villages, Sirijanga Yuma Mangheem, Sirijanga holy cave at Martam, Mahatma Sirijanga Statue and Study Centre, Chhayatal Lake (reflecting the image of the Sirijanga statue), Himalayan Botanical Garden Hee Goucharam, Phang Dorji Falls (Ban Jhankri Falls), Hee Khola Water Garden, Red & Panda Gate. The adventurers can appreciate two and a half hours trek to Barsey. Apart from having an Annual Tourist Festival, impressive village tourism facilities are available. There are several homestays/ accommodations and food is arranged for visitors. The place is truly appealing as a sub-tropical Himalayan destination. The variety of flora and fauna, with 65 species of birds, marks it the place to head off to for nature aficionados. For sightseeing there are a number of places of interests such as, Srijunga, Yuma Samyo Mangheem,(LimbooTemple), Sirijana Cave and the Wadhan falls, Shivalaya, Kailaspati Alley Caves, Pheng Dogi Falls and Phur Cha- Chu ( hot water spring) at Legship. The area showcases its best at its annual Heritage & Tourism Festival. Planned by the Hee-Bermoik Tourism Development and Heritage Conservation Society, the festival not only witnesses a tremendous response from the local gentry but receives an equally warm response from foreign and domestic tourists. The place is truly attractive as a sub-tropical Himalayan destination. The variation of flora and fauna, with 65 species of birds, makes it the place to head off to for nature aficionados.