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Rabdentse Ruins, Rumtek Monastery, Dubdi Monastery, Kirateshwar Mahadev Mandir, Namchi, Yuksom, Pemayangtse Monastery, and many more.

Historical Places in Sikkim are renowned all over the world and their marvelous events can be traced back thousands of years. Several dynasties and powers have prospered there over time and as a result, history buffs and historians alike enjoy it. Visitors come to various locations such as Rabdentse Ruins and Kirateshwan Mahadev Mandir to learn about Sikkim's rich history, both past and future, and to learn about the numerous religions that are practiced here. It has become numerous tourist places like Namchi, Yuksom, Pemayangtse Monastery and so many more that offer a variety of religious, entertainment, and sightseeing opportunities for tourists visiting from across the world.

The ancient monuments in Sikkim welcomes numerous tourists across the world to visit this beautiful site. Monuments like the Coronation Throne of Norbugang and the Dubdi Monastery are the prime locations that welcome people having an interest in visiting back in time. Not just that, they are also some of the beautiful places to visit in Sikkim and experience the rich past and culture of the locals living in the state.

Here is the list of best historical places in Sikkim:

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Historical Places in Sikkim

01

Rabdentse Ruins

Rabdentse Ruins is a gorgeous historical place in Sikkim that is must see for the tourists who want to delve into the history of the past. It was the second capital of Sikkim’s former Kingdom from 1670 to 1814. The invading Gurkha army destroyed the capital city, and only the ruins of the palace and the chortens are seen here now.

The ruined parts of Rabdentse are a part of Buddhist religious pilgrimage circuit that starts with the first monastery at Yuksom known as the Dubdi Monastery, followed by Tashiding Monastery, Norbugang Chorten, the Sanga Choeling Monastery, the Pemayangtse Monastery, and the Khecheopalri Lake. The summer season from March to May is pleasant and best to explore this place.

Location
- Geyzing, Sikkim 737111

Timing
- 10am–5pm

02

Rumtek Monastery

Rumtek Monastery, also called the Dharma Chakra Centre, is situated around 23 kms from Gangtok. This is amongst the beautiful monuments in Sikkim that were founded by the Wangchuk Dorje, 9th Karmapa Lama in the 16th century. It is a quiet getaway that houses a monastery for the monks and includes a beautiful shrine temple.

It is amongst the largest monastery in Sikkim which is an almost replica of the original monastery in Tsurphu inTibet. Rumtek Monastery is also a world renowned center for Kagyu teachings, it consists of some of the rarest and the oldest Buddhist religious art objects found in the world.

Location
-Tsurphu Labrang Pal Karmae Sangha Dhuche, Dharma Chakra Centre, Sikkim 737135

Timing
- 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

03

Dubdi Monastery

Dubdi Monastery is also called Yuksom Monastery, which is a Buddhist monastery of the Nyingma sect of Tibetan Buddhism. This historical place in Sikkim was established in 1701 by Chogyal Namgyal and is known to be the oldest monastery in the state that is situated at an altitude of 2,100 m.The monastery is a two-storeyed structure with an elaborately painted interior. It houses images of divinities, saints, other symbols and collection of manuscripts and texts.

The top of the roof has a bell shaped gilded dome known as "Gyaltshen''. Visitors can have a magnificent bird's eye view and witness cupressus funebris, a species of cypress brought by Latshen Chem Po from Kham Village in Tibet.

Location
- Near Yuksom, Yuksom, Sikkim 737113

Timing
- 07:00 am - 04:00 pm

04

Coronation Throne of Norbugang

The Coronation Throne of Norbugang refers to the place where the first Chogyal king - Phuntsog Namgyal was crowned in the year 1642. A wall-like structure was erected and named Norbugang Chorten after the ceremony, which still marks the original site. People believe that those who had attended the ceremony offered a huge amount of treasures that are still buried beneath the Norbugang Chorten.

The place is famous for the footprints of one of the three Lamas that are embedded in a rock opposite the king's throne can also be witnessed here. It is a hub of Buddhist pilgrims where there are many monasteries nearby such as Dubdi Monastery, Kartok Monastery, and Tashiding Monastery.

Location- Norbu gang, Coronation throne of Namgyal Dynasty, 9698+VR9, Yuksom, Sikkim 737113

05

Siddheshwar Dham

One of the beautiful historical places in Sikkim is Siddheshwar Dham which is a Hindu temple. It is also called Char Dham Temple which is situated on the Solofolk hill at a distance of about 5 kilometers from the main city of Namchi in the Indian state of Sikkim. The beauty of this temple is the 108 feet high statue of Lord Shiva which can be seen from many kilometers away. It is a replica of the Char Dham temples of India and hence, it derived its name from there.

The 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva are also replicated in this temple complex. These 12 Jyotirlingas are replicas of twelve Jyotirlingas or Dwadasa Jyotirlingas like Somnath, Mallikarjuna, Mahakaleshwar, Omkareshwar, Kedarnath, Bhimashankar, Vishwanath, Trimbakeshwar, Vaidyanath, Nageshwar, Rameshwar and Ghushneshwar surround the idol of Lord Shiva.

Location
- Namchi - Namthang Rd, Agam Gram, Namchi, Sikkim 737126

Timing
- 06:00 AM to 09:00 PM

06

Pemayangtse Monastery

Pemayangtse Monastery is the second oldest monastery in Sikkim. It is situated at a distance of around 107 km west of Gangtok. The word Pemayangtse means ‘Perfect Sublime Lotus’ in which the monastery is structured. The monastery is a three-storied structure with several statues including those of Padmasambhava (Lotus Born).

Pemayangtse Monastery is one of the famous historical places in Sikkim which is in excellent condition and is well maintained by the monks. It was founded and designed by Lama Lhatsun Chempoway having beautiful sculptures, paintings and ancient scrolls. It is the starting point of the 46 km long Dzongri trekking trail through the dense forests in Khangchendzonga National Park.

Location
- Pemayangtse Monastery, Sikkim 737111

Timing
- 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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07

Kirateshwar Mahadev Mandir

Kirateshwar Mahadev Mandir is a very well-known monument in Sikkim which is located on the left bank of the river Rangit. It is said that tourists visit here for the popular belief that this temple fulfills all the wishes, if one prays whole-heartedly. Kirateshwar Mahadev is one of the oldest and historical temples in the state and the reference to this temple is also given in the Mahabharata because of its vital role in the epic battle.

The temple has two platforms to worship Lord Rama and Goddess Durga. The main attraction which is why the temple is known, is for the festival of the Bala Chaturdashi which takes place in November - December every year.

Location
- 77HG+39R, Legship, Sikkim 737111

Timing
- 5am–6pm

08

Namchi

Namchi is one of the most renowned historical places in Sikkim, and it originated from the Sikkimese word 'Nam’ which means ‘sky’ and ‘Chi’ which means ‘high’. It is sited at a staggering altitude of 1,675m above sea level offering spectacular views of the Khangchendzonga range and Rangit valley. It is home to the Buxa Formation of Manley, the stromatolite bearing Dolomite Limestones, which has been declared a national geological monument in SIkkim by the Geological Survey of India (GSI), for their maintenance, enhancement, protection, and promotion, of geotourism.

The statue of Padmasambhava is also present here, this statue is about 135ft high, it is painted in copper and gold and sits on a lotus plinth atop the Samdruptse ridge. The best time to visit this place is from March to May as the temperature remains moderate.

09

Yuksom

Yuksom is 33 kms from Pelling, it means the ‘meeting place of three lamas. This place has great historical importance to the Sikkimese, the first Chogyal was crowned in 1642 in this place. The monastery has now become a National Monument in Sikkim and is under the protection of the Archaeological Survey of India. It is also the gateway to the Khangchendzonga Biosphere Reserve. There are many monasteries that visitors can explore when they visit Yuksom.

Some of these monasteries are: Tashiding Monastery, Tashi Tenka, Dubdi Monastery, Khangchendzonga National Park. Yuksom is surrounded by mountain ranges and lies in a basin-like valley surrounded by mountain ranges and has special religious and cultural significance for the Bhutia community of Sikkim.

People Also Ask About Sikkim

  1. Which are the best things to do in Sikkim?

    1. Yak Ride: Yak Ride is very famous at Changu Lake. Visitors can have a great time by booking a safari around the lake. The price for the same is generally between Rs.40/- to Rs.100/-

    2. Helicopter Ride: Gangtok Valley is very famous for its helicopter ride. You can have a mesmerizing view of the entire valley as well as the river flowing below and witness the mountains at a touching distance from your feet. The ticket cost for the same is between Rs.18, 000/- to Rs.90, 000/-

    3. Ravangla Buddha Park: Ravangla Buddha Park is a very famous Historical Place in Sikkim which is known amongst the spiritual hubs that helps devotees attain nirvana and spiritual enlightenment. Meditation facilities are also available in this park and tourists across the world come to this place for the peaceful and calm environment that this place offers.

    4. Goechala Trek
    : Goechala Trek is a 10 days trek that is very challenging but it is worth all the effort and time. Once you complete the trek you can have a panoramic view of the majestic mountains surrounding this trek.

    5. Hand Gliding
    : Hand Gliding is a very thrilling activity that visitors can do at Yumthang. All the visitors who want to experience some adrenaline rush can do hand gliding with or without the pilot.

  2. Which are the famous trek routes in Sikkim?

    1. Tholung Trek, Sikkim: For Tholung trek, visitors have to pass DZONGU, which is the land where only the Lepcha tribe belongs. It is a seven-day trek with trekking for about 5-7 hours on average, trekkers can experience bird watching, monasteries, Cardamom fields, and villages on their way. 

    2. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek: 
    Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is a high trek, the trek to its base camp is itself a big-time adventure. The trek includes a wide range of wonderful scenery from lush, tropical jungle through to rhododendron, chestnut and oak forests. Trekkers can also visit the lush green Sikkim tea garden, and roam through the various kinds of teas, and spend some quality time in the midst of nature.

    3. Goechala Trek: Goechala Trek offers grand views of the big mountains in Sikkim. Trekkers can see 15 big summits on their way which are beautiful and mesmerizing. One of the main and famous highlights of the Goechala trek is the sunrise seen on the Kanchenjunga range. 

    4. Singalila Trek:
     Singalila Trek takes around 07 days (2 days travel/5 days trekking). The best season or month to go on this trek is March – Mid June & Mid Sept - November. On the way of the trek, trekkers will be able to see hues of flowers, verdant paddy valley, and emerald forest. At Sandakphu, trekkers can feast their eyes on the peaks of Everest, Lhotse, Kanchenjunga, Machapuchare, Baruntse, Chamling, Chomolonzo, and other peaks of the Annapurna range.

    5. Tinjure Trek: Tinjure Trek in Gangtok is an easy day trek that passes through Fambong-lho WildLife Sanctuary in Gangtok east Sikkim. On their way, trekkers can indulge in the mesmerizing nature of the surrounding forests of Magnolia, Maple, Bamboo, Pine, and Rhododendron. The trek starts from Tinjure base camp (Golitar) which is a 30 min drive from Gangtok after breakfast. It takes a few steep climbs in some stresses and covers 5 km in about 3 hrs. 

    6. Green Lake Trek in Sikkim: 
    Green Lake Trek in Sikkim is a 16 Day trek (4 days travel/12 days trekking). Trekkers cover 92 K.M to reach an altitude of 4935 mts and it takes the trekkers to the base of Kanchenjunga, where one can see a splendid lush green landscape, neighboured with dfew alpine trees and a serene lake. The trekkers can have a breathtaking view of the lush green mountains surrounded by the beautiful lake at an height of about 5,000 meters.
  3. What are the best places to visit in Sikkim?

    1. Gangtok: Gangtok is the capital city of Sikkim, It is an incredibly beautiful, exuberant city blessed with cultural and historical significance. The months of March to Mid-May are best to visit this city as one can receive the beautiful fragrance of Rhododendrons spread throughout the city. 

    2. Tsomgo Lake: 
    Tsomgo Lake is a very famous historical place in Sikkim that is nestled at a distance of around 40 km away from the main city of Gangtok. It is one of India’s highest altitude lakes which makes Sikkim even more beautiful. The best time to see snow is from Jan to March and to witness the Rhododendrons and Orchids is April to May. 

    3. Lachen, Lachung and Yumthang Valley: 
     Lachen, Lachung, and Yumthang Valley is another well-known beautiful and historical place in Sikkim. These three immensely beautiful villages boost Sikkim’s culture. They are home to Tibetan nomadic tribes during winters, it is a gateway to two wonderful lakes named Gurudongmar and Tso Lhamu Lakes.

    4. Pelling: Pelling is amongst the beautiful monuments in Sikkim. This town is called the paradise of trekkers and peace lovers. December and May is the best time to visit Pelling. One can also visit famous tourist attractions like Kanchenjunga falls, Singshore bridge, Pemayangtse Gompa and many more places when they plan a trip to Pelling.

  4. What is Sikkim famous for?

    Sikkim is famous for dazzling waterfalls, virgin forests, Tibetan-style Buddhist Gompas, alpine meadows, rhododendron flowers. Not just that Kanchenjunga (also Kanchendzonga) at 8598 m is the favorite spot of the tourist, it is amongst the third highest peaks across the world, and lies in Sikkim. The abundance of flora and fauna, especially the endangered red panda, makes Sikkim one of the favorite tourist spots in India.
  5. What is the best time to visit Sikkim?

    The best time to visit Sikkim is either between March and May or October and mid-December. However, Sikkim is accessible for tourists throughout the year offering pleasant weather and beautiful sightseeing places. The best time or month to visit Sikkim depends solely on your purpose to visit the state. Sikkim witnesses heavy rainfall during the months of July and August, so if you are not a fan of rain, plan your trip accordingly.
  6. Does Sikkim have snow?

    Winters in Sikkim start from October-March, and snowfall could be witnessed in the late December - February.
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20 November 2018
Excellent
About the operators: Thrillophilia ties up with trek operators for this amazing trek. The team that carries the group is well trained, well versed and allows the trekkers to focus on their trekking. To provide service at such altitude with smile on face is bliss. They also have some hidden gems planned during the trek for people to be pleasantly surprised. Our trek guide Premtuk is an old hand and lives in Yaksum region. His ability to guide the team as well as captain the support staff was fantastic. He also made sure that trekkers were absolutely taken care off. He had excellent support staff and 12 horses to make sure that we had a glitch-free day’s and nights. Tenzing, vijay and others who worked tirelessly and with laughter all the time made the time memorable. About the trek: this trek offers variety for a serious trekker. The trails and paths are not the same throughout or even different times of the year. It has varied degree of difficulty and hence one needs to be physically and mentally prepared to harness the strength. One connects to self and nature throughout and comes back rejuvenated. It’s not just the moments of seeing sunrise or the summit from various points or watching Mt Pantim alone that takes your breath away but also the journey. It’s a pilgrimage to your own inner self that one ends up discovering. Finally few words of suggestions: for city dwellers who come for this trek, it’s a great idea to come and stay In yuksam few days in advance and do some of other amazing treks. Not only it helps in acclimatisation but also allows you to soak in local culture and food.
"The beauty of this trek is all about the landscape. You start of the trek from dense forest with fresh streams and then to Rhododendron trees when you gain altitude , later which you would come across a beautiful valley overlooking Mt Kanchenjunga. Try out the local cuisine in Yuksom. Thukpa and Chang are two things you need to try out. Although the trek is not recommended for first time trekkers you can still give it a shot provided you are fit and have taken all the items in checklist. "
23 November 2019
Excellent
This was my first trip with Thrillophilia as well as with complete strangers. I must say that Thrillophilia did not disappoint me ( nobody is perfect, so be flexible to accept minute glitches) . The whole trip went so smooth , starting from the pick up from airport, the hotels we got, arrangement of permits, site seeing and drop at the airport. Special thanks to Deep ( trip coordinator from tour angle) and Ammu ( my cab driver) . P. S. : if you want to see the flower calf yumthang valley and the frozen Tsomgo and Gurudongmar lake , then the ideal time to visit north Sikkim is March-April. November is the ideal time to witness the pleasant winter of sikkim along with its untouched beauty. Looking forward to travel more with Thrillophilia. P.S: the only problem which we faced was two co- passengers who used to get late for everything and because of them we had to rush from each location because of time constraint ( I totally understand that this things isn’t in the hand of Thrillophilia)
16 October 2015
Apsara Mahajan Goechala Trek
Excellent
Trekking in the state of Sikkim is very different and a unique experience that you would not gain from trekking in any other part of India. The Indian Himalayas trek in Sikkim is awesome and a must take. What we enjoyed the most were the mountains, the trek trails, the people and their unique culture. This was a sharp contrast to our habits and culture. The trek is not that difficult and it is in fact very much feasible to be taken even by a first timer as well. The trekking was very nicely planned and organized with perfect budget. Do try this trek.
01 July 2015
Suryakanta Patil Goechala Trek
Excellent
Located in the state of Sikkim, this Goecha La trek is my dream and desire come true. This trek is a treat to all the adventure lovers who are in our country or visit our country. This place is nestled midst colourful, unique, and vibrant flora and fauna. This trek also paves way to the astounding Kanchenjunga National Park that can be visited in a day. This trek is an opulent beauty as it opens doors to murky valleys, snow clad mountain peaks, astonishing lakes, and lovely rivers in Sikkim. I was just marvelled at the spectacular beauty of this place.
This was my first paragliding experience and I was so thrilled and scared both at the same time. This March I was going to Gangtok and came to know about the paragliding activity there and booked the same with Thrillophilia and made the most of the thrills and spills of Paragliding. After heading to the paragliding spot in Ranka at Gangtok. I was accompanied by a trained pilot throughout the entire activity when we soared at a height of 1300- 2200 meters. The best thing about Thrillophilia is that it not only gives you an option to choose between medium and high fly but regardless of the package you choose, the ride from the landing site to the take-off point is all included. I chose the high fly package where I and my certified pilot rose at a height of 2200 meters, marveling at nature’s beauty underneath. After this paragliding trip, I must say that this has been my best so far, given the whole safety protocols that Thrillophilia adhered to besides arranging a trip to the Ranka monastery. Thus, I recommend Thrillophilia with all my heart, for such out-of-the-box experiences!
26 January 2021
Excellent
Who does not dream of a farmhouse stay amidst the rolling Himalayan Mountains and an emerald green forest? Yes, I am no different because I have craved for such an experience all my life and I am extremely glad that Thrillophilia came on board to grant all that I desired. My 2 days one night experiential stay at a Farmhouse in Gangtok not just let me have a perfect getaway but so much more. I learnt about terrace farming, plucked ripe fruits from the trees, enjoyed picnics along the streams, and tried my hands on organic farming. I still miss my bedroom in the homestay that had a skylight right above the bed to let me stargaze endlessly. Thank you Thrillophilia for such a splendid experience!
19 January 2021
Superb
A tour of Sikkim and Darjeeling was always on my mind having heard so much about the Yumthang (valley of flowers), the Batasia loop and the mighty tiger hill to catch a scenic sunrise. As a solo traveler I decided to book with Thrillophilia for a 8-day trip to set forth a Sikkim Darjeeling tour that would include all these places. I am extremely elated I did as the teams ensured hassle free travel in air-conditioned vehicles besides stays and dinner at the most hygienic hotels. I am back at Pune after the trip in March but I feel I am back with a piece of Tibet and North Bengal in my heart. I still cherish going to this picturesque hamlet of Chungthang, the stunning Kanchenjunga National Park, and the pristine Gurudongmar Lake. I have absolutely loved my stopover at Kyongnosla and a visit to the Baba Harbhajan dham besides of course the scenic sunrise at Tiger hill, and candlelight dinner at the most unexpected locations. Thanks a ton Thrillophilia for the most wholesome experience there could be!
17 February 2021
Excellent
My partner got hold of a Thrillophilia voucher for a Sikkim homestay that initially I was not that keen on using. However, I went ahead and set off for this Traveler’s paradise homestay for 2 days and one night. And, I am so glad I did because it was one of the nicest stay experiences. Our homestay was perched on a hilltop’s edge and offered sweeping views of the Himalayan foothills, the snowy Nathula peaks, and the snaking Teesta River. A special thanks to thrillophilia for giving tripping a whole new spin as we could go for forest picnics, nature walks, and practice angling at the Kaleej Khola. To this day, I keep telling my partner as to how we need another trip soonish. Only, to try the roast chicken with thumba, under a starlit sky of the Traveler’s paradise homestay, with the chilling mountain wind for company.
09 February 2021
Excellent
Every year me and my 4 friends plan a trek to some of the treacherous places. This year was no different, especially after a long spell of staying and working from home. We went ahead with the idea but this time we booked with Thrillophilia for a luxurious camping experience. And, trust me when I say this, we had a spectacular trekking experience from the minute we arrived in Darjeeling. We had an adventurous drive to Yuksom, trespassing the Teesta river. We continued uphill and crossed the Legship bridge only to reach a Yuksom hotel where Thrillophilia had booked our stays. The minute I checked in we could not believe we could get such a place for just a day of our stay as the hotel was clean, with staff ensuring sanitization at every cost. I was amazed at how it was arranged- overnight staying in tents, camps and huts even at remote locations of Tshoka, Samiti lake, Thangshing, and Dzongri. We did share out tents but an expert team ensured safety by having a first-aid-kit in hand at all times. A big thanks to Thrillophilia for arranging all the necessary permits and managing the entry fee at places required. Totally recommend Thrillophilia if you desire a mix of sightseeing, camping, trekking and not just hiking!

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