Hotel Bayul

Address: M.G. Marg, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on M.G. Marg, Gangtok.
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      Travel Blogs from Gangtok

      GANGTOK AGAIN AND EXCURSION AT RUMTEK MONASTERY

      A travel blog entry by vinkor on Feb 05, 2015

      30 photos

      Another beautiful day in GANGTOKWake up at 7am to see the Do-Drul Chorten or white stupa near my hotel, surrounded by many buildings packed with monks slackers that are maintained by the community 'without making a chip all day. Among other things, I discovered that my hotel in Darjeeling was property of a monastery as also here there are fools that when they die they leave everything to the priests.Near the chorten was the cable car up the mountain above, but open only from ...

      Sikkim Decoded

      A travel blog entry by journeydecoded on Aug 19, 2014

      14 photos

      ... the place itself is littered with ethnic sculptures and figurines of the Jhakri culture. The park includes a waterfall and has well laid out trails to wander along with gazebos placed at convenient spots to soothe weary legs while the eyes can continue to marvel over the gushing streams and falls. Sikkimese styled foot bridges add more colour to the myriad hued park adorned with exotic flowers of wide variety. A ...

      Sikkim: India's Switzerland

      A travel blog entry by kiri-ana on May 12, 2013

      16 photos

      ... are not just with the borders - the laws are quite strict there, but generally seem to resonate with what the locals want. As a result, Sikkim is a very clean state, with not much rubbish around at all (and also almost no cows!). Sikkim's cleanliness coupled with its green hills lend to it being proudly referred to as India's Switzerland. (Although Switzerland is pronounced more like Shujaland, and it takes quite a while to understand what on earth people ...

      More tea vicar

      A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Apr 05, 2013

      4 photos

      ... unfortunate. The lovely traffic control lady let a couple of cars through just in front of us then waved her red flag to stop us. An hour later we set off again!
      All this kerfuffle to save 1500 or so rupees (18.84p!); it added about two hours to our journey and made it much more uncomfortable! My bum still hurts a day later! Not a good day's travelling.
      Darjeeling is wonderful though; and that's another unavoidable thing about travelling...you get ...

      Tea and Trains.

      A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Nov 15, 2012

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... boiler and then we were off. We had the best seats right at the front of the first carriage which was coupled to the loco, which was facing towards us and pulling the train in it's reverse gear. The noise it made was fantastic, chugging away and passing the adjacent houses with inches to spare. I was overjoyed to be doing something I'd thought about for so long and Kate took the **** out of me. Twenty minutes in we stopped for water and then we stopped at the ...