Because of its strict travel regulations, this place is highly protected and organic with deep valleys, warm air, sub-tropical forests, and meditative silence. Gangtok’s (capital town) and Dzongu’s towns, Tashiding Monastery, Tsongmo Lake, Nathu La Pas, Rumtek Monastery and Baba Mandir are some attractions to must visit. Sikkim is not just for meditation, tourists also find themselves enjoying Dzongri Goechala Trek, Trekking, Yak safari, Mountaineering, River rafting in Teesta River, Kayaking and many more. After you have experienced the wilderness and the soothing voices of Sikkim, go out and check some local delicacies like Thukpas (noodle soup) and Dumplings. Chhang is a locally brewed millet beer that is traditionally served in bamboo cups. Sikkim’s mountain roads and their fresh air have always welcomed people with warm hands and it’s a pleasure to visit this place whether it is for peace of mind or for a quick gateway from the hustle-bustle of cities.