The way Darjeeling is as pleasing and as pleasing as it is, there is a great way to reach there. Toy train running on the small line of Himalayan Railway, also called 'toy train', is the oldest and most popular way of getting to Darjeeling from Jalpaiguri. By the way, from New Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling can be reached by road by taxi, but if you have come to enjoy the beautiful scenes of nature, then take a tour of this place. UNESCO has given world heritage status to the Himalayan Railway, which runs on the narrow gauge of only two feet. Following the road from New Jalpaiguri, which is called the Gate of Himalaya, the train runs along the road, the eye runs equal to the road playing Micholi, and in the middle it is often disappeared in the jungle. Going through the gardens of tea, this train takes you so close to nature that you forget everything and become part of that romance.
Himalayan Railway is the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Darjeeling
How many loops and tracks change, like Darjeeling, gradually swirling in 6-7 hours, like a mountainous old man joining hill villages and towns. Stations falling on this path also remind the British era. Located in the highest elevation in India at approximately 7407 feet, the railway station is located right here. During this unforgettable journey of toy train, you reach any other round. Where nowadays life does not have such a calamity. There is a rhythm in everything, living in harmony with nature is a life, which resides in these mountainous villages, and flowers blossom.
After an unforgettable trip to the toy train, you reach Darjeeling by the evening. Chorrasta is the main attraction in Darjeeling. You can also call it Darjeeling's heart. This is part of the Nehru Marg, where the land is flat and remains as a large square. Where people sit and sunbathe and sit far away from Himalaya's snow-covered peaks. This place is also the center of cultural activities. There is also a high platform where there is always something going on. There are many cafes and hotels nearby. Heritage shops made around the four-cornered will remind you of the Bertish colonial era. The shops still adorned with the old charm of wood carving. A little below here, going on a stroll on Nehru Road, the entire market is fully decorated. There are also some famous restaurants. Like a restaurant restaurant and British-era bakery- Gleneries Enjoy the hot hot sandwiches with the smell of Darjeeling tea, on the small but beautiful terrace of Kévaner. Darjeeling's Haseen Ladies, which are scattered in the mountains layers, look beautiful.
View from Tiger Hills-First ray of Sun falling on Kanchanjangha mountain range