We reached Titanic view point in some time and we were mesmerized.
Snuggled at an elevation of about 5,500 feet in the Southern part of Sikkim, Titanic View point is steadily gaining the attention of travel fanatics from across the country. Situated at Namlung village of Ralong in South Sikkim, the place is 17.7 km away from Ravangla.
Secluded from the city rush, Titanic View Point is regionally called as ‘Chuchey Dhunga’ and ‘Titanic Dara’ because the massive rock fairly resembles with the bow or fore of a gigantic ship. Thus, anyone visiting the place for the first-time and beholding it from a particular distance will designate the area as the bow of a massive ship.
The recently discovered Titanic View Point in Ralong adds to the major attractions in South Sikkim. Considerably offbeat, the place promises the breathtaking backdrop of Himalayan landscapes encompassing of eye-soothing lush green valleys, both steep & gentle slopes, scanty settlements, snow-clad peaks, and the silver waters of Rangeet River streaming at the bottom of the valley. The silver watercourse also forms a partition of West Sikkim and South Sikkim.
The viewpoint has well-built iron bars, perfectly framing the bow-shaped edges of the viewpoint. Well-constructed pathways are built leading towards the viewpoint.