NamchiSouth Sikkim. It resembles Gangtok in many ways (including the central pedestrian promenade), but is considerably more quiet and local in character, spared of the flood of domestic tourists and the catering industry that comes with it.
Baichung StadiumBuilt by the government in honour of th football player Baichung Bhutia.
Maenam Wildlife SanctuaryA with rare flora and fauna.
Namchi MonasteryA Buddhist monastery.
Ralong MonasteryThis monastery is considered as one of the most important and most sacred monasteries of Sikkim. The Monastery was built in order to commemorate the pilgrimage of the fourth Chogyal to Tibet.
Salleybong Bul CaveA popular wishing cave, of which the locals believe that wishes come true in, but also a Hindu holy site.
Rock Gardengreat picnic spot with magnificent views on Mount Kanchendzonga (the hird highest peak in the world).
SolophokA Hindu temple with huge statues of Lord Shiva and temples dedicated to the pilgrimage of Char Dham Yatra.
Statue of Guru PadmasambhavaStatue of Guru Rinpoche (an 8th century Buddhist sage) - at a height of 118 feet, it is reputed to be the world's largest statue - located on a hill 7.5 km from the from the town. The foundation stone was laid by H.H. the Dalai Lama in October 1997 and the statue was consecrated in November 2003.
Tendong State Biodiversity ParkWith the greatest choice of medicinal plants from the Himalayas.