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DELIGHT HOTELS SUSHANTA AWAAS

DELIGHT HOTELS SUSHANTA AWAAS - GANGTOK

About Delight Hotels SushantaAwaas

One of the best budget hotels near MG Marg, Nam-Nag Road, Gangtok, Delight Hotels SuahantaAwaas, It is the place to enjoy a peaceful stay amidst natural beauty. Heart-felt hospitality and prompt service are the main highlights of this hotel. This hospitable base bestows key amenities, delectable meals and comforting accommodations for a comfortable stay

Tariff

Room Category Meal Plan Double Occupancy Extra Bed (12+) Child Sharing (5-12)

Standard Room (Double)

CP Rs. 1,499 NA Rs. 300
MAP Rs. 2,199 NA Rs. 400
AP Rs. 2,699 NA Rs. 500

Standard Room (Triple)

CP Rs. 1,699 NA Rs. 300
MAP Rs. 2,399 NA Rs. 400
AP Rs. 2,899 NA Rs. 500

Deluxe Room (Double)

CP Rs. 1,899 NA Rs. 300
MAP Rs. 2,599 NA Rs. 400
AP Rs. 3,099 NA Rs. 500
LOCATION  - BESIDE MG MARG, NAM-NAG ROAD, GANGTOK, SIKKIM, PIN-737101, INDIA

  • CP : Continental Plan (Room + Breakfast)
  • MAP : Modified American Plan (Room + Breakfast + Lunch or Dinner)
  • AP : American Plan (Room + Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)
  • Service Charge 10% extra
  • Tariff is valid till 31st March, 2017
  • Tariff is exclusive of any applicable taxes.
  • Check-in : 12.00 hours & Check out : 12.00 noon

Cancellation Policy

  • If the guaranteed reservation is cancelled before 15 days of the date of arrival, there will be no retention.
  • Within 15-7 days of the date of arrival, one night retention will be charged in all the properties confirmed.
  • Any cancellation less than 7 days, the entire stay would be charged as retention.

Place of Interest

Gangtok
Tsomgo Lake
Baba Harbhajan Singh Memorial
Nathula Pass
Rumtek Monastery
Ban Jhakri Falls
Do-DrulChorten (Stupa)
Tashi View Point
Ganesh Tok
Hanuman Tok
Bakthang Falls
Gangtok Ropeway
Flower Show
Sikkim Himalayan Zoological Park

Place To Visit

Gangtok

Gangtok is a municipality, the capital and the largest town of the Indian state of Sikkim. It also is the headquarters of the East Sikkim district. Gangtok is located in the eastern Himalayan range, at an elevation of 1,650 m.

Tsomgo Lake

Tsomgo Lake is only 40 kms. From Gangtok town and is situated at an altitude of 12,210 ft. The drive from Gangtok takes about 2 hours by road. The lake is about 1 km. long and oval in shape, 50ft. deep and is regarded extremely holy. It is also a home of Brahmini ducks besides stopover for various migratory ducks Between May and August; it is possible to see variety of flowers in bloom, including the rhododendrons, various species of primulas, blue and yellow poppies, iris and many other species of floras. It is also an ideal habitat of the Red Panda and various species of birds. Open for both the Foreign and Indian nationals. Foreign visitors have to be in a group of two or more and have to apply for the visitors permit through a registered Travel agency

Baba Harbhajan Singh Memorial

Distance-58km from Gangtok Altitude-13500ft. Built In memory of Harbhajan Singh, a sepoy in the 23rd Punjab Regiment, the temple lies between Nathul and Jeepla passes. Legend has it that he appeared in a dream a few days after he went missing while patrolling the border, and expressed a desire that a monument be built in his memory. This has over the years acquired the status of a pilgrimage centre.

Nathula Pass

Nathula pass is 56 kms from Gangtok and is situated altitude of 14,200 ft. bordering between India and China in the Tibetan Plateau. It is one of the highest motorable roads and richly covered by many varities of alpine flora and fauna.Nathula is open only for Indian nationals on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. The visitors have to get the permit to visit the place by applying to the Tourism Department through a registered Travel Agency.

Rumtek Monastery

About 45 minutes drive from Gangtok, 24 kms away, is the Rumtek Dharma Chakra Centre, the seat of the Kagyu order, one of the 4 major Tibetan Buddhist sects. Since the late 1960s, after the arrival of His Holiness the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, the Centre houses some of the worlds most unique religious scriptures and religious rare objects. Traditional in design, it is almost a replica of the original Kagyurpa Monastery in Tsurphu, Tibet.

Ban Jhakri Falls

About 12 KM from M.G Marg of Gangtok, Ban Jhakri Falls is a new sightseeing destination for tourist, fully operated by solar energy. Park features waterfalls, dragon statue, Lepcha statue, Jhakri statue etc

Do-DrulChorten (Stupa)

The Do-DrulChorten or Stupa was built by the Venerable TrulshiRimpoche, head of the Nyingma order of Tibetan Buddhism in 1945. Inside this stupa, there are complete mandala sets of DorjeePhurba (BajraKilaya), a set of Kan-gyur relics (Holy Books), complete Zung (mantras) and other religious objects. Around this Chorten, which is one of the most important stupas in Sikkim, are 10 Mani-Lhakor (prayer wheels). These prayer wheels are turned by the devout Buddhist while chanting Hail to the jewel in the Lotus, to invoke the Buddhisattva. The Chorten is surrounded by ChortenLakhang, where there are two huge statues of Guru Rimpoche (Guru Padmasambhava).

Tashi View Point

ItsTashi View Point built by the late King of Sikkim Sir. TashiNamgyal, it is situated 4 km from Gangtok town from where one can have a clear view of opposite hills, besides Mt. Khangchendzonga. This site offers a breathtaking panorama of the majestic Mt. Khangchendzonga and surrounding hills.

Ganesh Tok

It is a very small temple of Ganesh, a God worshipped by Hindus. It is on a hillock on Gangtok-Nathula Road. A Sikkim Government nursery is just nearby.

Hanuman Tok

The temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman is situated at an altitude of 7200 feet at a distance of about nine kilometres uphill from Gangtok on a blissfully calm and quiet hilltop. Popularly known as a wish fulfilling temple, it is maintained by the resident units of the Indian Army and contributions from the local people. The whole complex has been recently renovated and a lot of public utilities provided. The location is completely free from the pollution of city life. Apart from the clear view of the peaks surrounding Mount Khangchendzonga, some portions of Gangtok town, one also gets a birds eye view of the Selep water works, which supplies drinking water to Gangtok.

Bakthang Falls

This is a wonderful waterfall located on the North Sikkim Highway towards Tashi View Point and about 3kms from Gangtok town. its worth stopping at this roadside waterfall for some time. its the width of the fall that makes it so beautiful. The source of the water is at Ratey Chu. The flowing water falls over a canopy of green creepers. Its a wonderful sight to take pictures.

Gangtok Ropeway

It takes the passenger to the highest point of the city of Gangtok, covering the distance of about 1 km in only seven minutes. Each cabin accommodates 24 passengers. The lower terminal station is located at Deorali Market, the intermediate terminal at Nam-Nang and the upper terminal station is below the Secretariat. One can truly enjoy the panoramic view and thrilling rise as the Ropeway goes over the City.

Flower Show

The Orchid Sanctuary makes a must visit in Gangtok. The sanctuary is famous for its rare and extensive collection of orchids. The sanctuarys collection also varies depending on the seasons. However, the wide spread orchid sanctuary has almost 454 species of orchid found in Sikkim. An interesting place to visit especially for nature lovers.

Sikkim Himalayan Zoological Park

In a bid to save one of natures rarest and most beautiful animals, the Red Panda, the Sikkim Himalayan Zoological Park in Gangtok has embarked on a breeding and conservation programme. Red Pandas are much smaller than the giant panda. The state animal of Sikkim, the Red Pandas are found in six protected areas of the State. But they are facing extinction due to habitat loss caused by construction activity and over grazing. To preserve and restore the habitat of the shy and reclusive animal, the Sikkim Himalayan Zoological Park has been working on various conservation programmes since 1997. Red Pandas being the State animal of Sikkim, and also an endangered species of global importance, high precaution are being taken for their conservation in the Himalayan Zoological Park. And the Forest Department of the Government of Sikkim is trying to save these pandas in the wild as well as in the captive condition.

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