Ravangla is a standout amongst the most well known visitor destinations in South Sikkim. At a height of 7000 ft, situated on an cliff in the center of Maenam and Tendong Hill, Ravangla offers unmatched perspectives of the Greater Himalayas. The beauty of its scene and its area as a travel point to adjacent destinations has made Ravangla a must visit place. Ravangla stages the Pang Lhabsol celebration in an amazing way consistently around August-September. The celebrations keep going for three days, culminating in the customary dance known as "Chaam" on the very last day. It is very well connected by state highway to other important towns in the state and lies in the middle of Pelling and Gangtok. It acts as the beginning stage for the trek to Maenam la wildlife sanctuary. Ravangla draws in a great deal of Himalayan birds and is a heaven for bird watchers.
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"The Buddha Park of Ravangla, otherwise called Tathagata Tsal, is located close to Rabong (Ravangla) in South Sikkim area, Sikkim, India. It was developed somewhere around 2006 and 2013 and highlights a 130-foot high statue of the Buddha as its center of attraction.The statue was consecrated on 25 March 2013 by the fourteenth Dalai Lama, and turned into a major stop by on the 'Himalayan Buddhist Circuit'. The statue of the Buddha marks the event of the 2550th conception commemoration of Gautama Buddha. The Buddhist circuit of this park was fabricated here under a State government venture, for boosting pilgrimage.The park region is perfectly finished making abundant walkway, gardens and space for guests to appreciate the quiet environment. The site summons excellent perspectives of the mountains and the profound climate of the area adds to the guest experience. The site likewise has extra base made for a museum meditation centre and for Buddhist gathering. "