• Barview at the resort in Gangtok, Club Mahindra
  • Club Mahindra Gangtok, Sikkim
  • Fun Zone for Kids at holidays in the Gangtok resort
  • The Club Mahindra Resort in Gangtok's has typical East Indian interiors as seen at the reception area

Club Mahindra Gangtok

Sikkim’s hospitality touches everyone who visits Club Mahindra Gangtok. With views as majestic as the Chola Range and as lush as the green valleys, one enjoys the brew of old world charm and modernity at the resort, leading to a very pleasant vacation.

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Activities at Club Mahindra Gangtok

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  • Five things not to miss in Sikkim by Sneha Divakar

    The state of Sikkim has been gaining tourist popularity in the recent years and with a growing number of resorts and tourist facilities, the state tourism board advertises Sikkim tourism in a never before kind of commercial style. There are lots of tours, each covering almost all the popular destinations and at super competitive prices. Amidst all the commercial holiday planning, all a simple soul like me wants is to lie back in a cozy hill top room and sip a cup of hot tea. Maybe include some special Sikkimese moments.
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  • Monasteries near Gangtok by Lakshmi Sharath

    There is something magical about a monastery that cannot be explained. Spinning the prayer wheels, we entered the Lingdum or Ranka Monastery near Gangtok .While the lamas were in the midst of their evening chants, some of the younger boys were practicing their ritualistic dances in the courtyard. As they swirled around, their movements synchronized with the sonorous music that came from the monastery. A boy lama was gently caned by his senior as he did not get his steps right.
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Sight Seeing

1. Gangtok Ropeway

The Ropeway takes you on a slow tour of the city from above and offers breath-taking aerial views of the city and allows you enough time to sit back and take it all in. It also takes you to the highest point in the city, a journey in itself.

2. Do-Drul Chorten (Stupa)

This is one of the most important stupas of Sikkim and was built by Truisi Rinpoche, head of the Nyingma order. Its individuality lies in the 108 prayer wheels that encircle it. The stupa is home to some very rare mandalas of Doli Phurpa (Bajra Kilaya), holy books and mantras.

3. Research Institute of Tibetology

As the name suggest, this is a renowned worldwide centre for study of Buddhist philosophy and religion. It is a veritable treasure house of rare thankas, statues and over 200 Buddhist icons and prized objects of art. It is definitely a treat to visit.

4. Orchid Sanctuary

Situated just below the Institute of Tibetology, the Orchid Sanctuary is a visual and exotic treat. It contains over 200 species of orchids that are set amidst one of the most attractive landscapes.

5. Enchey Monastery

This 200-year-old monastery was built on the site blessed by the great tantric master Lama Druptab Karpa, revered for the flying powers accredited to him. A must see are the religious masked dances performed here on special occasions.

6. Rumtek Monastery

Situated 24 kilometres from the resort, this is the seat of the Kagyu order, a close replica of the original Kagyu in Tibet. It is home to some of the most unique art objects in the world

7. Tashi Viewpoint

This is a viewpoint to rival most viewpoints. It provides an awe-inspiring view of the majestic Mount Khangchendzonga and Mount Siniolchu. Totally unmissable.

8. Phodong Monastery

Phodong is one of the six major monasteries of Sikkim. It has an interesting connection with the famous French scholar on Buddhism Madame Alexandra David Neel. About 4 kilometres from here is the uniquely built Labrang Monastery.

9. Ganesh Tok

Located about 7 kilometres from the city, Ganesh Tok offers some of the most stunning views of the city far below and the looming Mount Khangchendzonga and Mount Siniolchu. It is not a visit you want to skip.

10. Himalayan Zoological Park

The Zoological Park offers sanctuary to many rare animals and has been a home to the exclusive red panda - the cuddly state animal, the barking deer, the Himalayan black bear and many others.

11. Hanuman Tok

Situated 11 kilometres away from the city, a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman consecrates the spot and also offers thrilling views of the mountains around.

12. Tsomgo Lake

This tranquil lake perched at 12,400 feet, is a much visited site about 34 kilometres from Gangtok. Much revered by the locals, winter sees the river freezing up completely. But once spring arrives, a variety of flowers bloom upon its banks and it is also an ideal habitat for the red panda.

13. Baba Harbhajan Singh Memorial

This temple lies amidst the Nathu-La and the Jelep-La passes and has been built in memory of Harbhajan Singh, a sepoy in the 23rd Punjab regiment. It has now become a pilgrimage site and devotees leave a bottle of water here, which they later collect to take back home.

14. Nathula

Nathu La is a pass on the Indo-Chinese border that serves as a trade link between the two countries. Once the main access for Sikkim-Tibet Trade, Nathu La used to be known as the Silk Route. At an elevation of 14,450 feet, Nathula is renowned for its diverse alpine flora and fauna. The terms Nathu and La literally mean listening ears and pass respectively in the Tibetan language. The road to Nathula is one of the highest motorable roads in India and passes by Tsomgo Lake. For most of the part of the year, this tranquil place remains covered under a thick layer of snow. A special permit is required in order to visit Nathula Pass and unfortunately foreign nationals are not allowed.

15. Fambong Lho Wildlife Sanctuary

The Fambong Lho Wildlife Sanctuary is located about 20 kilometres from Gangtok, and is spread over 52 square kilometres. Its highest point is Tinjure, at 2,130 metres. The Sanctuary is a haven for the Himalayan black bear, red panda, civet cat and many varieties of birds and butterflies. It is a great place for species of laughing thrush, including the red-faced liocichla. The Sanctuary also has several rare species of flora, including wild orchids and rhododendrons.

16. Pal Zurmang Kagyud (Ranka) Monastery

Located at Lingdum Village, the monastery was built by the present Gharwang Rinpoche, who is the 12th incarnate of Zurmang Gharwang. Its architecture is exquisite and it is a very serene and religious place.

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