Geyzing Tourism & Travel Guide

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Around 3 kms from Pelling and couple of minutes walk further down from Pemayangtse Monastery are the Rabdentse ruins the second capital of Sikkim, established in the year 1670. The spot has stunning perspectives inundated with history all around. All around secured remains with clear signs of the rooms and other areas. These remnants are accessed by a short wooden walk which is extremely wonderful. The stroll from the sanctuary to the remnants will simply make your day. But these remnants have a story to tell. Its a half kilometer stroll from the main street perhaps a little more. In any case, once there, your effort is justified. Everywhere in this place you will see what remains. Not a large territory to cover so it's manageable by walking and on the off chance that you stroll up here from Pelling, you may have a decent half day trip. This spot is genuine amazement, regardless of the possibility that somebody is not excited to watch historical ruins, he can still visit for stunning perspectives.
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Pelling, 3 Km from Pelling, Geyzing

About Geyzing

Geyzing is the capital of West Sikkim in the Indian state of Sikkim. The town is joined with the capital Gangtok by a metalled street. Geyzing is likewise associated with the West Bengal towns of Darjeeling and Kalimpong by means of Jorethang. A couple of kilometers north is the town of Pelling. The town has a huge Nepali population, and the Nepali dialect is the dominating dialect of the area. The town is perched at a height of around 6,500 feet (1,900 m). The town appreciates a mild atmosphere for the year's majority and snow falls sometimes in the vicinity. Other attractions include Pemyangtse Monastery built in 1640, rumored to be Sikkim's most seasoned and Khecheopalri Lake which as legend has it not a leaf is permitted to fly at this area. The town is the base for trekking in the Himalayas and professional campaigns to Mount Kanchenjunga.

Best Time To Visit

September to December

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