Gangtok is the famous capital town of Sikkim. This beautiful land is well-known as the land of monasteries. It has large area bounded by lush green forests located on the Shivalik Hills. There are many tourist places in Gangtok and one famous point about this land is its Buddhist Pilgrimage Centre where large number of pilgrims make plans to visit the region. Gangtok Travel Guide drives you to an undefined history of Gangtok but from the pages of early 18th century and 19th century it is outlined that after the defeat of the Tibetans by the British, the town became an eminent commercial hub between Tibet and British India.
This place has gained greater importance amongst the Buddhists after constructing the Enchey Monastery in the end of the 19th century. Nonetheless Gangtok Travel Guide also steers you to the border mountain passes - Nathula and Jelepla passes, which were closed after the Sino-Indian War in 1962. This land is a perfect dwelling for various cultures and religions which are thriving in an ideal concord. This land is a perfect example of 'unity in diversity' which still exists in Sikkim.
Gangtok tourism is held together strongly by its broad roads, discothèques, famous educational institutes, fast-food centers, flyovers, posh markets, hospital and many others that make it a perfect tourist spot. Gangtok Travel Guide can also guide you to find some other interesting tourist places in Gangtok and more importantly Gangtok tour packages from many different parts of India helps bring in the bucks to the remote yet beautiful region.