5th mile Tadong, Joredhara near Sikkim Manipal Hospital .
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Mg Marg

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It is the central shopping hub of this beautiful state capital with various shops, restaurants, and hotels lined up along both sides. MG Road is an open mall or boulevard square which is widely regarded to be the town centre and is the best shopping destination for tourists.

Deorali Ropeway

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A capital town and the most popular holiday destination of Sikkim, Gangtok is frequented by travellers all over the globe due to its scenic charm and beauty. Apart from being a Tibetan Buddhist center, Gangtok is considered to be the base for hikers and trekkers for going through Sikkim’s Himalayan mountain ranges

Rumtek monastery

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The monastery is currently the largest in Sikkim. It is home to the community of monks and where they perform the rituals and practices of the Karma Kagyu lineage. A golden stupa contains the relics of the 16th Karmapa. Opposite that building is a college, Karma Shri Nalanda Institute for Higher Buddhist Studies

Saraswati Dolma Mandir

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Saraswati Mandir is located opposite to the Central Referral Hospital and Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences along the 31A National Highway. Local residents including students frequent the temple in the morning to offer their prayers.

Seven Sister Water Falls

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One of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring spectacles of Gangtok, the Seven Sisters waterfalls should definitely be visited when you are in Gangtok. The Seven Sisters waterfalls reflect the unique creativity of nature- seven separate waterfalls, originating from different sources and flowing side by side, marge into one powerful waterfall mid-way through. The combined force of these seven streams results in a thunderous waterfall which captures the imagination of all viewers with its might.

Kanchenjunga Mountain

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The sight of the third highest mountain in the world is one of the best attractions in Gangtok. Kanchenjunga towers high above the other peaks of Sikkim and can be glimpsed from most places around Gangtok. But if you want to go beyond gazing and actually enjoy the mountain up close, you can engage in treks to the base camp of Mount Kanchenjunga or simply visit the Kanchenjunga National Park.