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Rabangla or Ravangla (Rabong), is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Sikkim. At an altitude of 7000 ft, located on a ridge between Maenam and Tendong Hill, on Gangtok-Gaysiling highway, Rabangla offers unmatched views of the Greater Himalayas. Numerous snow-clad peaks, alpine lakes and swirling clouds beautify the area for any adventure lover who comes to Rabangla.
With Several Mesmerizing Tourist Spots Attractions cast a magical spell upon the visitors and very popular among the people worldwide. Exotic Tea Garden, Rich Heritage Buddhist Gompas, Villages & Vibrant Cultures, Trekking & Hiking through the mountains, Beautiful orchards, Exotic flora and fauna and Translucent water streams tenders an unparalleled life experience that will remain etched in the heart forever.
In Hilltop Rabong Resort, staying away from the modern way of life, in a friendly & hospitable environment, offers visitors a chance to relax and rejuvenate themselves.
Gardens Monasteries Pilgrims In Rabangla
Gardens, Oldest Monasteries, Pilgrims in the Hills with a great scenic beauties and tranquility really allure anyone to come here. The natural splendor in Rabangla captivates and engages the spectator in its heavenly charm.
Temi Tea Garden, this picturesque tea garden is spread on a single hill slope that originates from the Tendong Hills is a fantastic experience when enter. The Temi Tea Estate, situated at a short distance of 16 km from Rabangla, is the only tea state of Sikkim, known for producing top quality tea for domestic and international markets.
The Buddha Park, Mesmerizing Tathagata Tsal, features a 130-foot high statue of the Buddha as its centerpiece. The Cho Djo lake is located within the complex, surrounded by forest.
The statue of the Buddha marks the occasion of the 2550th birth anniversary of Gautama Buddha.
Ralang Monastery, this Spectacular Monastery, the old was established in 1768 AD and the new monastery, Palchen Choeling Monastic Institute, was built in 1995.
The main feature of this monastery is the masked dance of Kagyed Chaam, which is performed every year as a ritual of worshipping Mt.Khanchenjunga.
Char Dham or Siddhesvara Dhaam, this Unique Pilgrim Cenrer having a 108 ft statue of Lord Shiva and replicas of four sacred Dhaams of the country Badrinatth, Dwarka, Puri, and Rameswaram at one place at Solophok hilltop.
Surrounding the statue of Lord Shiva and the Char Dhams, It is considered highly sacred by tourist to visit this sacred pilgrim center.
Samdrupste, The world's largest Statue (at 118 feet) of the Buddhist Padmasambhava, also known as Guru Rinpocheis on the Samdruptse hill. Sits atop a giant lotus plinth , painted in shimmering copper, pink and bronze, the 45m-high statue of Guru Padmasambhava lords over the forested Samdruptse ridge is visible for miles around.
Tashiding Monastery, the most revered monastery (Gompa) is a Buddhist monastery, located on top of the hill rising between the Rathong chu and the Rangeet River. It is said that the three monks saw an unusual divine phenomenon of bright light shining on top of the Kanchenjunga peak, which reflected to a site near the place where the present Tashiding Monastery has been built.
Hiking and Trekking In Rabangla
One of the ideal ways to explore the real beauty of the entire region and fills the heart with never-ending joy. Exploring some of the popular day trekking tours in Rabangla, trekkers or hikers can discover magnificent beauty of nature and return with unforgettable memories.
Rabangla Maenam Hill Trek
The paradise is not far away’ - The trek starts from the base camp Rabangla town situated at a height of approximately 7000 ft from the sea level and goes all the way to Maenam Hil, 10,600 ft above sea level. The Maenam Hill peak provides a breath-taking and composite view of the snow covered mountains of Mount Kanchenjunga, Mount Pandim, Mount Sinoulchu and Mount Kabru. The entire trek passes through dense forests and huge canopies of oak, hemlock and sub-alpine rhodendrons occupying the majority of the trail and running parallel to the length of the trail. The amazing diversity in the entire flora of the region is a sight to behold.
Tendong Hill Trek
A Hill Top is at a height of 8660 ft offers an astonishing view of the entire eastern Himalayan range.
Approached only by trekking which starts from Damthang, a 13 kms drive from Ravangla.
The span of the trek route is around 6 kms which passes through lush green forest rich in spectacular flora and wildlife. More than 90 species of birds, himalayan bears, leopards and illusive red pandas inhabit this forest. Mighty Kanchenjunga glitters like gold leads the show and towering above the all. The entire Singalila range in the west, Chola range in the east, part of Gangtok town, Nathu La, Darjeeling and part of the plains of West Bengal are visible from here.
Villages Valleys Waterfalls HotSprings In Rabangla
Unique countryside landscape dotted with villages on the rolling valleys, the endless waves of agricultural field on the terraced slopes intercepted by streams and patch forests, waterfalls and hot springs with great scenic beauties and tranquility of the region make it an integral part for tourism perspective.
Borong, A picturesque village facing the snow-capped mountains is 17km motorable Road from Rabangla.
Located at an altitude of 5800 feet in South Sikkim, with its beautiful landscape and magnificent view is the perfect destination for nature lovers. The village is an excellent place for small walks around.
It is also host to the region popular sulphurous hot spring, 'Borong Tsachu', which facilitate traditional winter spas in the area.
Kewzing , A Quite Hamlet, against a backdrop of a magnificent view of the mountains, Kewzing is a typical quiet Bhutia village, located 8 kms from Ravangla in South Sikkim. The Bonn Monastery is another religious attraction of Ravangla, situated in the Kewzing Village, 5 km from the town. This monastery was established in the late 1980s as a symbol of the determination of the community of Kewzing, in preserving their traditions.