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Namchi: Namchi, meaning 'Sky High', nestled among the hills at an elevation of 5,500 ft commands panoramic view of the snow-capped mountains and vast stretches of valley. It is also the headquarters of the South District. The area is fast developing into a tourist destination with its immense potential for all round tourist activities.
Temi Tea Garden: The one and only tea estate existing in the State produces one of the top quality teas in the international market. The tea garden is spread out on a gentle hill slope originating from the Tendong Hill and provides a magnificent view for the surrounding villages. The visit to the fact" could be an eye opener for those wanting to know more about the tea processing methods.
A night spent in a old British built bungalow located just below the tea garden could be an enthralling experience of linking the past to the present. A visit to the garden, enroute to the Tendong Hill, could be a rewarding experience for those who want to cornbine nature and culture as they keep trekking.

Ravangla: At the base of Maenam Hill is Ravangla, a small township and transit to various tourist destinations in South and West Sikkim. It is also an upcoming tourist spot, and transit point for trekkers to Menam Hill and Borong. There are accomodation facilities and numerous short nature trails. A trek down to the sacred cave 'Shar Chok Bephu', one of the four holiest caves in Sikkim, would be a memorable experience.
 
 
     

Phur Tsa Chu: Situated on the bank of River Rangeet is the hot spring 'Phur Tsa Chu' half an hour drive from Legship and one hour drive from Jorethang. Pilgrims of all walks of life come to dip in this hot spring during month of January to March.

Chaar Dham, Solophok: It is situated at Solophok Hill which is 5 km. away from Namchi town, it is believed that a visit to the place is enough to wash away one’s sins. Chardham, which is situated in India in four different places like East Jagannath, West as Dwarika, South as Rameshawaram, North as Badrinath Dham, where especially Hindus consider the main pilgrimage. In Sikkim, South (Namchi) specifies the important four Dhams which is in Solophok (Solokpur).

Seven Hill Resort: Lying pretty in the picturesque slope of Pahlidara is Seven Hills Village Resort. A winding, climbing road through the trees lead to twelve exotics cottages set serenely on the slopes of Phalidara the resort spreads out over six acres with twelve traditionally designed cottages set amidst landscaped greenery. The cottages look out to a spectacular view of beaming Namchi with Darjeeling shining with its utmost beauty in the background.

Tarey Bhir: The dangerous for those who fear a height of 3,500 ft. but exciting for others who adore natural relief and mountain. It’s a long ridge (length 10,000 ft.) with a breathtaking view point at the edge from where one can behold sikkim’s beautiful river valleys and forests. One can see the panoramic confluence of the Teesta & Rangeet river from here.

Samdruptse: The tallest statue of Guru Padmasambhava in the world with a height of 135 ft is built above the Namchi town. It is sorrounded by lush green forests. It is the place where one’s wishes can be fulfilled. It is located below the Tendong hill facing Namchi. The view from Samdruptse hill is something to be cherished and enjoyed.

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