Superview Himalchuli

Address: 31-A National Highway,Below State Archive, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 31-A National Highway,Below State Archive, Gangtok.
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      Travel Blogs from Gangtok

      Gangtok - Switzerland of the East India

      A travel blog entry by soumentour on Dec 20, 2013

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      ... br> Reached Gangtok at 5PM. Reached our hotel after a small walk. Though walking through the hilly roads will take your breathe, but as I mentioned before the beauty of hills will eliminate all your pain.

      As it was the Christmas Eve, so MG Marg was decorated with lights, Christmas tree, there was also a small corner with photography exhibition. The streets had a nice view of red and green lighting. MG Marg is a center of nice food joints, we ...

      Fun in the Mountains

      A travel blog entry by kellyandbrendan on Mar 17, 2013

      ... There were probably 70 or so. From old ones to small babies. They were headed up a long, windy set of stairs toward a temple on top of a hill, so we joined them. There were Tibetan prayer flags draped over all the trees. It was a bit different than the usual temple. It was made of concrete, & all outdoors. Additionally, we were confused what religion the temple was meant for. We're no experts, but it looked like both Hindu & Buddhist gods were present. ...

      India!

      A travel blog entry by hobo-magic on Nov 10, 2012

      1 comment

      ... think he may have been on the sauce.

      We've definitely got better at this travelling lark. The more we've done the more confidence we've gained and the wiser we've become to the various scams out there. I remember when we stepped out of the airport in Kathmandu two months ago there were literary a hundred touts and taxi drivers all yelling for our custom, I found it a bit overwhelming. Now we're much more thick skinned, and don't get pushed ...

      Toy Trains, Tea & Tigers

      A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Mar 01, 2012

      214 photos

      ... attraction, its "toy train". Darjeeling today was a pretty mulitcultural population including Tibetan, Nepalese and most prominantly Gurkha's. For much of its History there has been tension due to the large Gurkha population, who to this day are still very keen to separate the area from the rest of West Bengal in order to establish a separate Gorkhaland. Darjeeling is a very pleasant (If cold) destination, somewhat reminiscent of Mcleod Ganj though larger and ...

      Ravangla South Sikkim (aka Rabongla)

      A travel blog entry by glassbird on Nov 22, 2011

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      Danny wrote:

      Whilst driving is still a subject, I should mention the fear of heights and vertigo and the roads, actually tracks that circle these massive mountains that climb above the clouds. Sometimes I look down and sometimes I don't, there are no rails and few trees to resist a car falling a mile vertically, usually its ok since the driver knows the track so well and of course we rarely get out ...