Timings : Anytime
Entry Fee : Biksthang resort: INR 4,850 - INR 5,850 per night
Biksthang, also famous as Mangalbaray and Chuchen, is a small farmhouse in the Pelling district of Sikkim. It is popular for having a beautiful environment, including the picturesque view of the Himalayas. Being situated at a great height, Biksthang Heritage Farmhouse provides an amazing glimpse of the majestic Himalayas. It is believed to be one of the most serene destinations of Sikkim and is the perfect holiday destination for those wishing to just relax and enjoy the beauty of nature.
The small perfect village of Biksthang, is at a distance of 119 kms from Gangtok in West Sikkim. Positioned amidst beautiful sceneries and surrounded by majestic mountains, it has a stunning view of Mt. Kanchenjungha. The farmhouse directly faces Ghangchhen mZho Nga (Khangchendzogna), the guardian God of Sikkim, which is the source of five treasures, symbolized by the five peaks of Mt Khangchendzogna, Mt. Gabur Gangtsen (Kabru), Mt. Pandim, Mt. Narsing and Mt. Simvo. Biksthang is also famous as a bird watching hot spot. Its divine wilderness and pleasant climate offer a scenic view well-suited to shelter nature loves as well as world-weary tourists.
Air: Biksthang sandwiched between Jorethang and Legship, is situated at a distance of 124 km from Bagdogra airport which is the nearest airport. Taxis and cabs are available here to take you to Biksthang.
Rail: The nearest railhead is the New Jalpaiguri Railway Station. Arrangements can be made on prior request by the resorts at Biksthang to offer taxi service from New Jalpaiguri or Bagdogra.
Road: Biksthang is well connected by motorable roads. You can drive from Siliguri through Teesta to reach Melli. Then take a turn towards Jorethang and instead of going towards Darjeeling, drive further to reach Biksthang. You can also reach here via Gangtok, which is at a distance of 119 km.
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