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This is a nice Hanuman temple and offers a beautiful view of the hills from all the sides at the top. This one attraction is wheelchair friendly. Recently built and has no historical significance but can be visited and you won't regret.
Nice and well kept temple. Kudos to the Army for maintaining this temple. The garden around is very nice with the mythological Sanjeevani plant as well. Excellent view from the top as well.
It is a bit away from the main fare, but worth the...More
Although this is a Hindu place of worship, there is plenty of Buddhist influence in the vicinity. There is adequate parking, (you would need to drive up here!), followed by a short stroll up to the well maintained temple/lookout.
Located at a height of ~7000ft, this Temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is beautiful in it's own rights. View on a sunny day is incomparable to anything else in Gangtok. Mt Kanchenjunga is clearly visible with other nearby high peaks (pictures attached). Must visit (on...More
I did not count the exact number of steps, but there is a intermediate platform where you need to take-off your shoes. And this platform is reached around 50 steps. Lot of seats are also available to take rest here. The next... More
I did not count the exact number of steps, but there is a intermediate platform where you need to take-off your shoes. And this platform is reached around 50 steps. Lot of seats are also available to take rest here. The next platform is the mandir, which is again another 50-60 steps, again the stairs are not continuous and changed direction once (like multi-storey building). The are railings, so aged persons can take them as support. No addtional assitance available, at least we did not noticed. If the persons have high difficulties, then they should not attempt, but with moderate difficulties can reach the mandir. But you should plan the visit as the place is nice, even few could not make to the mandir. You will find locals selling souvenires.