Hotel Panda International

Address: Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | Hotel
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
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          Travel Blogs from Gangtok

          Sikkim - Land of Orchids

          A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 19, 2014

          135 photos

          ... sect of Buddhists when he escaped from Tibet in the 1960's . He had since died of throat cancer in the US and his successor, a young man still in his 20's, is living in Dharamsala and may not be able to return to this monastery because Sikkim is sensitive to being invaded by the Chinese if they were to have him return. We had to walk up a huge hill - as usual. The complex housed quite a few buildings. The main meditation hall was very colorful ...

          Heavenly Himalyas #1; North Sikkim

          A travel blog entry by npacadia on Apr 07, 2014

          38 photos

          ... clearance from the National Board of Wildlife. However, often many such projects have never sought clearance in clear violation of established Indian Laws.

          Our visit took place during the busy tourist season – many Indian tourists come to north Sikkim to experience snow for the first time and to view the beautiful alpine wild flowers. There are well over 35 species of wild rhododendron species in Sikkim and most were not yet flowering – it ...

          More tea vicar

          A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Apr 05, 2013

          4 photos

          ... bus with no room for your knees. Delays, and you arrive today!
          The high spirits displayed as we left the hotel in Delhi were dampened when we arrived at the metro to find our train pulling out. Thirty seconds late, 15 minute delay. Whilst waiting Annie got three mozzie bites!
          Arriving at the airport we were concerned to see signs only for Terminal 3; we were flying from Terminal 1, which didn't appear to exist! A little ...

          Darjeeling - more Nepal than India

          A travel blog entry by nickallansmith on Apr 04, 2013

          2 photos

          ... back and consoled ourselves with tea and cake at Glenarys.

          Darjeeling is a Buddhist state and into its gods and myths more than anywhere else in India. This was reflected in the shops with lots of statues, masks, jewellery and, strangely, daggers. And then there was, of course, the tea. There are 80+ tea plantations in Darjeeling, a couple of dozen varieties of tea on sale and just as many shops. We did the tour of the Happy Valley tea plantation, learnt about first, ...

          One night in Gangtok makes a hard man humble

          A travel blog entry by screamingzen on Nov 25, 2012

          ... back up into the mountains toward Gangtok, the Capitol of Sikkim. We arrived in Sikkim, found our hotel and checked in. Traci and I decided we needed to get our own room and we booked a second room. Things are getting a bit crowded with the three of us, and quite frankly I am grateful for the chance to spend some chill time with Traci. We situated in our rooms and then we headed out to eat. We cruised through the Gangtok streets and reached the beautiful and secluded MG ...

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