Singhik Bungalow

Around 5200 feet above sea level, the little village of Singhik in North Sikkim commands some of the best views of Mt. Kanchenjungha. Spending a day in Singhik before starting off with your hectic high-altitude North Sikkim trip surely helps in acclimatization.

Tariff: Rs.1500 per room/night

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Located on a hilltop, the Singhik Bungalow has four rooms to accommodate guests. All rooms have views of Mt. Kanchenjungha and the surrounding landscape. If you are an adventure enthusiast, then Singhik is one of the best spots to start off for short day-treks to Jhandi view point from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the entire Eastern Himalayan range. On of the most remote treks in Sikkim is Tosha Lake trek and Singhik is one of the last destinations from where you can embark on this untouched trek route. Local guides are available if you wish to explore the undiscovered terrains of this beautiful region.

Accommodation in Singhik Bungalow, North Sikkim

A short flight of steps would lead you to the four rooms of this bungalow. The spacious rooms are equipped with all modern facilities like attached Western Bathrooms, hot water arrangements, large comfy beds, carpets, side tables and the best part is that all four rooms have balconies facing Mt. Kanchenjungha.

How to reach Singhik Bungalow, North Sikkim

Singhik is around 56 kms from Gangtok and 144 kms from New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (the nearest rail head). There are no direct shared car or bus services to Singhik from New Jalpaiguri Railway Station, so guests need to book full reserved cars if they are planning to reach Singhik the same day. However, there are regular shared car services to Mangan from Gangtok and Singhik is only 04 kms from Mangan. Local cars are available from Mangan to Singhik.

Attractions around Singhik Bungalow, North Sikkim

A few days in Singhik would yield a lot of treasures. The Singhik Monastery and traditional Lepcha house are few things you would love to see in Singhik. One of the oldest monasteries in Sikkim – the Phodong Monastery is just 30 kms from Singhik, the Seven Sister Waterfalls and Naga Waterfalls are also within an hours drive. The historic village of Kabi, where the Lepchas signed the Treaty of Blood Brotherhood during 14th century is just 40 kms from Singhik and can be covered in a day trip too. Two of the most beautiful villages – Dzongu and Tingchim is well within 15 kms of Singhik. Tinchim is known for its emerald sacred lake within the forest and the century old monastery while Dzongu on the other hand is a traditional village area of the Lepchas. Fascinating village life, short treks and bird watching are few things you can enjoy in Dzongu and surrounding areas of Singhik.

 

ROOM TARIFF: Rs.1500.  Click to drop an Enquiry.