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This place is famous for it colonial architecture, Buddhist monasteries, snow leopards, and red pandas and is a perfect place to satisfy the curious traveller. You can immerse yourself in the exquisite scenery of the Himalayan faces of Sikkim, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet. Your companion can be hot, freshly brewed Darjeeling tea!

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Batasia Loop

A paradise for nature lovers, the Batasia Loop is specifically known for its spiral, narrow gauge railway track on which the Toy Train makes a complete loop around a wonderful circular garden. The Batasia Loop is approximately 5 kilometers away from Darjeeling town and close to Ghum. If you are lucky enough then on a clear sunny day you will get a breath-taking view of the Khangchendzonga range.

Read blog post: Batasia Loop an airy space in the hills of Darjeeling

Darjeeling Mall and Chowrasta

Darjeeling Mall and Chowrasta are one of the best places that one cannot afford to miss on a trip to Darjeeling. It is a rendezvous for people visiting from all over the world and is a notable tourist hangout in Darjeeling. It also hosts several boutique shops, restaurants, and eateries.

Read blog post: Visit the heart of Darjeeling the Chowrasta and the Darjeeling Mall

Rock Garden and Ganaga Maya Park

The Rock Garden, which is approximately 10 kilometers from Darjeeling town, is set with picturesque and colorful terraced gardens dotted with highly diversified flowering plants. The Chunnu Summer Falls is another additional feature that makes the park more scenic. Three kilometers ahead is the Ganga Maya Park, which is another nature park with a narrow gushing stream flowing through it. The park also hosts gardens dotted with varied species of colorful flowers and a lake. Tourists can also enjoy folk dance here.

Read blog post: Visit the beautiful Rock Garden and Ganga Maya Park in Darjeeling

Darjeeing Ropeway

The Darjeeling ropeway, also known as Rangeet Valley Passenger Cable Car, offers a refreshing getaway. From the ropeway you can enjoy the spectacular view of the valley below that is bedded with lush green tea gardens and dense forest and cut by several small gushing streams. It is one of the best tourist spots in Darjeeling where one can spend some ideal hours in the tea estate and enjoy a nature walk.

Read Blog Post: Don't miss to take a ropeway ride in Darjeeling

Japanese Temple and Peace Pagoda

A fine example of traditional Japanese style architecture, the Japanese Temple is one of the major Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Darjeeling. It is a two-storied white building that maintains a large prayer room where the chief priest offers prayers while beating a huge drum (also known as Ho-ko) that reverberates to build up a solemn atmosphere in the entire temple premises. Close to the Japanese Temple is the Peace Pagoda, which is a monument to inspire peace, designed to provide a focus for people of all races and creeds, and to help unite them in their search for world peace.

Read Blog Post: Visit the beautiful Japanese Temple and Peace Pagoda in the hill of Jalapahar

Tiger Hill

To watch the dawn light break over a spectacular 250 km stretch of Himalayan horizon, including Everest (8848 m), Lhotse (8501 m), and Makalu (8475 m) to the far west, rise early and take a jeep out to Tiger Hill (2590 m), 11 km south of Darjeeling, above Ghum.  This daily morning spectacle (views are best in autumn and spring) is a major tourist attraction, and you'll find hundreds of jeeps leaving Darjeeling for Tiger Hill every morning at 4 am – traffic snarls en route are quite common. 

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