Sikkim Industrial Visit

Sikkim will be a great destination for industrial visit, Sikkim is the largest producer of cardamom in India, Despite the state’s minimal industrial infrastructure, Sikkim’s economy has been among the fastest-growing in India since 2000, with the state’s GDP expanding by over 13% in 2007 alone. the main industrial attraction in Sikkim are Sikkim Precision Industries ltd, Sikkim Time Corporation Limited, Sikkim Jewels Limited, Mount Distillery Limited , Sikkim Distilleries Limited, etc

Sikkim is sheer magic. This is not just one of the most beautiful places in the world but the cleanest and safest too. If once the charms of the state were limited to mists, mountains and colourful butterflies, they are now complimented by tangible development and progress. With its unique culture and natural landscape, Sikkim is a picture of perfection and pristine purity.

Nestled in the Himalayas and endowed with exceptional natural resources, Sikkim is a hotspot of biodiversity and development. This state has the unique distinction of being bounded by three sovereign nations: Nepal in the west, Bhutan in the east and China’s Tibet in the north.

Sights to See

Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, situated at a height of 5,500 ft, rose to prominence as a popular Buddhist pilgrimage site after the construction of the Enchey Monastery in 1840. In 1894, the ruling Sikkimese Chogyal, Thutob Namgyal, transferred the capital to Gangtok. In the early 20th century, Gangtok became a major stopover on the trade route between Lhasa in Tibet and cities such as Kolkata (then Calcutta) in British India. After India won its independence from Britain in 1947, Sikkim chose to remain an independent monarchy, with Gangtok as its capital. In 1975, after the integration with the union of India, Gangtok was made India’s twenty-second state capital. Today, Gangtok is a centre of Tibetan Buddhist culture and learning, with the presence of several monasteries, religious educational institutions, and centres for Tibetology.

In Gangtok

Institute of Tibetologyhas a rare collection of antiques like statues, thankas, etc.
Deer Park showcases different types of deer and some animals native to Sikkim.
The White Hall was built in 1932 in memory of the first Political Officer of Sikkim. Claude White.
Encgey Monaterycommands a panoramic view of the mighty Kanchendzonga range.
Do-drul Chorten (Stupa) has 108 prayer wheels and a good collection of holy books.
Tendong Hill is a religious place for the Lepcha community.
Borong is famous for the Borong hot spring.

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  • Sikkim Time Corporation Limited
  • Sikkim Precision Industries Limited

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries

Ganesh Tok is a small temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha.
The Ipecac Garden has a wide variety of flora.
Kabi Longstok is a historical place where the treaty of blood-brotherhood was signed between the Lepcha chieftain and the Bhutia chief.
Phodong Monastery is one of the six major monasteries in Sikkim.

Tumlong Palace Ruinsthe third capital of the erstwhile Kingdom of Sikkim.
Yumthang is well known for its various species of rhododendrons and Yumthang hotspring.
Rumtek Monastery is the largest in Sikkim. Tsongo Lake is considered sacred by the local people.
Nathula Pass is a border between Indian and China and one of the highest motorable of the Nyingmapa order.
Sangacholing Monastery is considered to be the one of the oldest monasteries in the state.Yuksum is 35 km from Pemayangtse, and was the first capital of the Kingdom of Sikkim.


How would you like to travel?

The nearest airport is at Bagdogra which is about 124 km away. Air India and Jet Airways have direct fight from Delhi, Kolkata and Guwahati. Sikkim Helicopter Service also conducts special mountain flights, besides the regular runs to Bagdogra Airport and back.
The nearest railway stations are at Siliguri, 124 km away and new Jalpaiguri at about 120 km.
Gangtok is well connected by a network of roads with all important cities and towns.