South Sikkim tourist Spot | Sikkim Tour package – Episode 4/4

Hello friends, welcome to our channel tours
and foods. Today we are going to share our 4th and the
last episode of Sikkim Tour package. In this episode, we will share our South Sikkim
Tour Plan. In the previous 3 episodes, we have shared
our first 4 days tour plan. Here we will share our 5th-day tour. If you have missed our previous episode then
please click the suggested video link on the top right corner of your screen. We will also share the links in the description
box below. Let’s start. Day-5
On day-5 early in the morning, we witnessed a gorgeous sunrise from our hotel room. Since we stayed adjacent to Buddha Park, we
saw a remarkable view of Mount Kanchenjungha along with its sister peaks Pandim, Kabru,
Sinialchu, and many others glittering brightly behind the statue of Lord Buddha right from
our hotel room. After breakfast, we first went to the Temi
Tea Garden. The road to Temi tea garden moved through
the famous mountain forests of South Sikkim. We observed fresh greeneries everywhere. We parked our car in front of the tea shop
of this tea estate. The first thing we noticed after getting down
from the car was vast rolling green slopes of tea plants spread before us. Temi tea garden is one of the most beautiful
tea estates in the world. The tea garden uses only organic fertilizers
in the production of tea. 100 metric ton of organic tea is produced
here annually. In the morning you will see many workers plucking
tea leaves from the garden. This tea garden is famous for its natural
beauty. The paths that pass through the tea plants
are very neat and clean. We enjoyed a walk through these paths. From Temi tea garden we went to Namchi. Namchi is the district headquarter of south
Sikkim. Fresh green mountain forests and cool weather
are two specialties of this place. And for this reason, the place attracts numerous
tourists every year. We also enjoyed this trip a lot. Our next destination was Siddheswara Dham. It is a recent addition to the list of tourist
attractions in South Sikkim. This place houses replicas of four Dhams Badrinath,
Jagannath, Dwarka, and Rameshwaram at one place. It is located in Solophok hilltop in Namchi. The entry fee to the temple main area is Rs
50 per person. Since this is a religious place we had to
open our shoes before entering the temple complex. The place has a stall maintained by the temple
authority which kept our shoes securely. After entering through the main temple area
we first saw a statue of Kirateshwar Mahadev. At the centre of the main area, there is the
famous108 ft tall statue of Lord Shiva. Surrounding this statue you can see four main
temples which are replicas of four dhams. This place also houses replicas of 12 jyotirlingas. On a normal day, you can find numerous devotees
here who came to offer their homage to God. Recently, a temple of Sai Baba has also been
built here. The place also has a food court and accommodation
facilities for the tourists. From there we went to nearby Sai Mandir. This is a beautiful temple dedicated to the
Shirdi Sai Baba. The architecture of this two-storied temple
is literally stunning. The garden surrounding the temple was well-maintained. On a clear day, you can see Kanchenjunga peaks
from this place. Next, we went to Samdruptse Hill. We parked our car in the car parking place
at the base of the hill. The entry fee to the area is Rs 20 per person. A 5-7 minutes’ walk is required to reach
the park where stands the famous 118 ft tall statue of Guru Rinpoche. The bronze colour painted Statue of Guru Rinpoche
shining brightly in sun was really a treat for our eyes. The basement of the statue is very clean. There were also some sitting arrangements
there. We enjoyed the beautiful view of the surrounding
hills sitting here. At this point, we finish our Sikkim tour Package. Please let us know your opinions in the comment
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