Beautiful, serene and blissful – you can use all these words to describe the beauty of the mystical land of Sikkim. With the Kanchenjunga ranges overlooking the tiny state, Sikkim is dotted with many picturesque hamlets that can be visited during weekends. Infact, instead of staying at the crowded destinations, you can now opt for staying in these lesser known villages. With these villages adapting to eco-tourism, these places are now quite appealing to travellers and tourists with their simplicity and natural abundance.
Yangang is one such idyllic hamlet in South Sikkim surrounded by the rolling mountains on one side and the dense green forests on the other side. It is a lovely destination for spending a weekend away in peace and serenity. The friendly villagers will welcome you with open hearts and warm smiles and you can get a taste of Sikkimese hospitality. So the next time you are in Sikkim, make a point to visit the less visited Yangang. There is a bungalow on a hilltop at Yangang from where you can get a vantage view of the Bhaleydunga Hills and the meandering Teesta River valley below. There are a couple of homestays also at the village where you can stay.