Hotel Crystal Palace

Address: Upper Arithang Opposite AIR Quarter, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Upper Arithang Opposite AIR Quarter, Gangtok.
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      A travel blog entry by vinkor on Feb 05, 2015

      30 photos

      ... is still there, but it was closed. Fortunately, the old men who ran around in prayer, have warned a young monk who came to open the beautiful hall for prayer.I continued along the park, meeting before the Flower Show Complex, in short, an orchid nursery small but full of beautiful orchids, then the White Hall, a classical white building all empty inside.I then returned to my hotel room to take my passport to go out of town 'to visit the beautiful ancient monastery of ...

      Sikkim Decoded

      A travel blog entry by journeydecoded on Aug 19, 2014

      14 photos

      ... for some time. But when the 16th Karmapa arrived in Sikkim in 1959, after fleeing Tibet, the monastery was in ruins. Despite being offered other sites, the Karmapa decided to rebuild Rumtek. To him, the site possessed many auspicious qualities and was surrounded by the most favourable attributes. For example, flowing streams, mountains behind, a snow range in front, and a river below. With the generosity and help of the ...

      Sikkim: India's Switzerland

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

      16 photos

      ... in India anymore. It felt quite safe as well, and fairly liveable.

      When you're off the boulevard its a very hilly city, and with its altitude it makes it quite tiring to roam around. To add to it, our room was on the top floor of the hotel, up 5 panting levels of stairs. The benefit of that though, was that we had a view of the mountains (if only we had appreciated that more when we could actually see them, because once the clouds set in we could barely ...

      More tea vicar

      A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Apr 05, 2013

      4 photos

      ... on our short but complicated journey. Particular thanks go to the wonderfully distinguished chap, Padmar; a teacher and ex-Gurkha who, if my maths is correct professed to be 60 but looked about 40 and had no trouble with the steep undulations of Darjeeling town centre. Thankfully he showed us virtually to the door of the hotel as it really does have some very steep paths and hidden back alleys does Darjeeling. Not a good place top wander aimlessly for half ...

      Tea and Trains.

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

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... town but we were still stuffed from the thali so we headed back to the hotel.

      Next morning we packed up and set off down the hill to catch a shared jeep back to Siliguri where we were spending one night before catching the train to Varanasi in the morning. After some negotiations we managed to get two seats in the middle of a Jeep so I wouldn't get brain damage from hitting my head on the roof constantly. We stooped for a coffee break half way down and bought ...