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Bhakthang Falls-Bakthang Falls is one of the beautiful falls in sikkim. It is one of the favourite falls for the domestic tourist,they love to take pictures in front of falls and i heard many tourist saying it as best falls in sikkim. There is beautiful tourism cafeteria in the opposite of falls ,which add beauty to this place. And the interesting thing is that,this falls is the nearest falls from M.G Marg. It is only 3km from Gangtok.


The location is completely free from the pollution of city life and is a nice place for Honeymoon couple and travelers who avoid rush. Apart from the clear view of the peaks surrounding Mount Khangchendzonga, some portions of Gangtok town, one also gets a bird’s eye view of the region. In Gangtok Bakthang and Ban Jhakri are the two nearest waterfalls developed to tourist spot. Guest is suggested to visit with an intention of its beautiful view to relax and to take photographs.

Bakthang Waterfalls Nearby Places To Visit:


Wreathed in clouds, Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim is located on a ridge at a height of 5500 feet. With a spectacular view of the Khangchendzonga, the town provides the perfect base for travel through the state. Once an important transit point for traders traveling between Tibet and India, it is today a busy administrative and business centre and presents an interesting mix of cultures and communities.


M. G. Marg Market:

M.G. Marg, the main street of Gangtok town is a great place to chill out in the evenings. The country’s first litter and spit free zone, no vehicular traffic is allowed into the Marg. You can sit at the Titanic Park and listen to the piped in music played for the listening pleasure of visitors or just walk down the Mall and take in the carnival like atmosphere, especially during the tourist season.

M. G. Marg Market

The Mall is lined with shops on both sides of the road so shopping becomes an added pleasure. M.G. Marg is also the venue for the annual Gangtok Food and Culture festival held in December each year when Sikkim’s multi-cultural cuisines, along with music and dance performances are showcased. This event attracts a large number of locals and tourists each year.

Kabi Lungchok:

 Kabi Lungchok is a historic site of significance, which is located 17 kilometres (11 mi) north of Gangtok on the Northern Highway in northeastern Indian state of Sikkim. The historicity of the site is attributed to the fact that the Lepchas, the ethnic tribals of Sikkim and Bhutias (ethnic Tibetans), the immigrants from Tibet who settled down in Sikkim from the 14th century onwards, ceremonially signed a “Treaty of Blood Brotherhood” with religious fervour. Stone pillars mark the location where the treaty was signed. The Treaty was signed at Kabi Lungchok by the Tibetan King, Khye Bumsa representing the Bhutias and the Lepcha Chief Thekong Tek. The literal meaning of ‘Kabi Lungchok’, pronounced ‘Kayu sha bhi Lungchok’, is “stone erected by our blood.”

Kabi Lungchok

How to Reach Bakthang Waterfall:

 20 minutes drive from Gangtok is Bakthang Water Falls along the 31 A National Highway leading to North Sikkim. It originates from Ratey Chu, the main water source of Gangtok area.

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