About Pelling

Pelling is a small town in the district of West Sikkim in the north-eastern Indian state of Sikkim. It is located at an altitude of 6,800 ft (2,070 m) on the Mahatma Gandhi Road, close to the border with Tibet. Pelling is a popular tourist destination in Sikkim. The town is surrounded by mountains and is known for its natural beauty. The Pemayangtse Monastery, the Rabdentse Ruins and the Khecheopalri Lake are some of the tourist attractions in the area.
The Mahatma Gandhi Road, which passes through Pelling, is known for its scenic beauty. The road is also known as the "Road to Heaven" because of its scenic views. The road is popular with motorcyclists and cyclists.
Pelling is also a popular trekking destination. The trekking routes in the area include the Pemayangtse Monastery Trek, the Khecheopalri Lake Trek and the Kanchenjunga Trek. The Pelling Monastery is a Buddhist monastery located in Pelling, Sikkim, India. The monastery is a branch of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. It is one of the most important monasteries in Sikkim and is known for its beautiful architecture.
The Rabdentse Ruins are the ruins of the former capital of Sikkim. The ruins are located in the town of Rabdentse, close to Pelling, and are a popular tourist attraction.
The Khecheopalri Lake is a sacred lake located in the town of Khecheopalri, close to Pelling. The lake is known for its religious importance and is a popular tourist destination.
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