Hotel Hungry Jack

Address: 31A, National Highway, Gangtok, Sikkim, 737101, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 31A, National Highway, Gangtok.
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    Travel Blogs from Gangtok

    Phuntsholing to Gangtok

    A travel blog entry by mlsmalcolm on Mar 05, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... of sections that had landslides and it was slow going getting past as they cleared the roads. We entered Sikkim and got our passport stamped, at this point we were not sure as to whether we would have to get another taxi as our car did not have the permit for Sikkim, as luck would have it they gave him permission to take us all the way. Between the border and Gangtok there were obvious signs of improvement and prosperity so something different ...

    Leslie's Trip Review: Shangri-La Regency

    A travel blog entry by leve-cowles on Feb 26, 2013

    ... for the lounge on the 4th floor, and it was amazing and everything I imagined it to be. It is outfitted with tables for eating, wicker furniture for lounging, and a lovely fireplace. There is a bar and a small kitchen, where breakfast is prepared every morning. For dinners, they bring food from their other hotel. Everything was presented on nice dishes, etc., just as it would have been if it had been prepared on site. There was no air of "takeout food" to it at all.

    The ...

    Tea and Trains.

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

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... have looked right at home in England. We went to the zoo and the attached Himalayan Mountaineering Institute both of which were excellent. The zoo, though not the biggest had great large enclosures and the star attractions were the big cats. The leopards had fantastic bass heavy growls and the Royal Bengal Tiger was simply enormous. I also finally saw a Yak after failing to see one on the trek.

    The Himalayan Mountaineering Institute had two floors of ...

    A misty Pelling

    A travel blog entry by glassbird on Nov 26, 2011

    15 photos

    ... we meet strangers from other lands at the groovy Kabur café, it is cosy and has a pot belly that they try to light with kero, in my typical bushman’s manner I get some card board from the street and show them how it’s done in the west. So many people have travelled so many places, Bhutan is often mentioned, I had a soft spot for the place after the UN happiness chat, but we met a couple of them from there and I find them sorta arrogant, they talk about the price one has to ...

    Day 22 - Slow times at high Darjeeling

    A travel blog entry by mereldzi on Sep 23, 2011

    2 comments, 44 photos

    ... get there.
    Upon arrival we found it to be blessed with an even catchier title: 'Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park & Himalayan Mountaineering Institute'. That's right, it's a mountaineering/zoo park/institute. Unique in the world!

    We had to pass through the zoo to get to the museum and find it no worse than our own versions, some enclosures are actually better, but the tiger acting like a goldfish for one wasn't that great to see.

    The museum was ...