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Temi House

Sikkim, Gangtok
INR 4,840.00
Price
Room Type

Plan Min. Duration Min. Price / Night
(INR)
Premium room
Room Info

Premium room

Each room at this inn is air conditioned and comes with a flat-screen TV. Some units feature a seating area to relax in after a busy day. Every room includes a private bathroom equipped with a shower.

Bed Type: Double bed

Room Amenities:

  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • Intercom Facility
  • LCD/LED TV
  • Shower Gel/Soaps
  • Wifi Access

Room, B/F & Dinner
Inclusions, Exclusions

Room, B/F & Dinner

Inclusions:

  • Accommodation in well appointed room.
  • Welcome drink and baggage assistance upon arrival.
  • Meal Plan inclusive of buffet B/F with one major meal.
  • Child below 5 yrs complimentary.
  • All applicable taxes.

Exclusions:

  • Personal expenses, additional meals or services taken from hotel, which are not mentioned in the above package inclusions will be charged extra and payable to hotel directly.

Cancellation Terms:

  • In the event of No show or cancellation within 72hrs prior to arrival would attract 1 night retention, and within 24hrs prior to arrival date, Would attract 100% retention charges.
  • Cancellation within 1 week of arrival will attract 50% retention.
  • 25% shall be charged as retention for cancellation within 15days to the arrival date.
  • For groups cutoff date would be 30days prior to arrival. In the event of no show or cancellation within 30days prior to the group arrival would attract 1 night retention charge, and within 15 days prior to the arrival date would attract full retention charges.
  • In case of early departure after check in is done 100% retention would be charged on the balance nights booked.

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Terms and Conditions

Rates offered and Terms and conditions mentioned are indicative and may be subject to change as per hotel's policy

  • Package valid till 30 Sept. 2018.
  • Package can be extended on pro-rata basis.
  • Tariff & Taxes are subject to change without prior notice.
  • As per Govt norm Guest's are required to present your photo ID Proof such as Adhaar Card, Passport, Voter ID or Driving License at the time of Check in at the hotel.
  • These rates are not applicable during Christmas & new year period please get in touch with us for the same.
  • Supplementary charges may also be applicable during Long weekends, Public Holidays and Festival time such as Diwali etc.
Hotel Description

Cradled in the lap of Mother Nature and surrounded by majestic mountains around, Temi Tea House stands proudly below a holy monastery in Sichey, just 1.2 kms away from the capital city of perfection and the Gangtok.

Open Space, Well Maintained Lawn, spacious Veranda and a staircase that leads to the best part of the establishment, The Roof which provides leisure and peace to the mind with its scenic view of the place. We also have traditional hosts who are more than willing to help you with brushing up your traditional and cultural facts of our state The hotel’s focus is to give its best service to you primarily and visually.

Hotel Details

Hotel Type: Resort
Star Rating: Three Star
Address: Upper Sichey Link Rd, Gangtok, Sikkim

Getting There
By Air

The closest airport is at Bagdogra Airport, which is 124-km from Gangtok.

By Rail

The nearest railhead is at New Jalpaiguri, which is 125-km about 4 hours drive from Gangtok. NJP is well connected with all major cities of India.

By Road

Gangtok is connected with Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Siliguri by the national highway 31 A. The Sikkim nationalised transport plies regular bus services between Gangtok and Siliguri and within Sikkim. Private buses, jeeps and taxis are also available from Siliguri and Bagdogra. Bookings can be made at the SNT terminus, Siliguri.


Hotel Facilities
  • Wifi Or Net Access
  • Travel Desk
  • Mini Bar
  • Room Service
  • Coffee Shop
  • Veg & Non Veg Food
  • LCD Television
  • Laundry
Recreational Facilities
  • Adventure Activities
  • Games
Other Facilities
  • Doctor on Call
  • Power Backup
  • Intercom
  • Car Parking
  • Hot/Cold Water
City Description

Introduction:

Gangtok is the capital and largest town of the Indian state of Sikkim. Gangtok is located in the eastern Himalayan range. The town's population of 98,658 belongs to different ethnicities such as Indian-Nepalis, Lepchas and Bhutia, is administered by the Gangtok Municipal Corporation Nestled within higher peaks of the Himalaya and enjoying a year-round mild temperate climate. Gangtok is at the centre of Sikkim's tourism industry. Gangtok rose to prominence as a popular Buddhist pilgrimage site after the construction of the Enchey Monastery in 1840. Gangtok was made India's twenty-second state capital. The precise meaning of the name Gangtok is unclear, though the most popular meaning is "hill top". Today, Gangtok is a centre of Tibetan Buddhist culture and learning, with the presence of several monasteries, religious educational institutions, and centres for Tibetology.

Destination Facts:

Location: Sikkim, District East Skkim..
Altitude: 5,800 feet (1,800m)
Temperature: (Summer 10 to 28°C) & (Winter -5 to 16°C)
Languages Spoken: Nepali, Bengali, Bhutia, Rai, English, Hindi etc.

Getting There:

Nearest Airports: The nearest airport is Bagdogra near Siliguri, which is at a distance of 124 km from Gangtok.
Main Railway Station: The nearest rail is New Jalpaiguri, which is nearly 148 km away from Gangtok
Main Bus Station or Road Direct: There is a regular bus service from Sikkim to Gangtok

Distance of a few Major Towns from Gangtok:

Bagdogra -124 km, Siliguri -114 km

Eating Around:

Multi-cuisine, but special varieties Indian and Punjabi food.

Places of Tourist Interest:

Tsomgo Lake - It is located 35 km away from the city on the Gangtok-Nathula highway. This highway is also a part of the old route that links India and China. Worshipped by Sikkimese, this holy lake is approximately 20 km away from the Nathula Pass. The water in this lake has been accumulated from the melting snow on the mountains located nearby. Tsomgo Lake is located in the restricted area for which tourists require an Inner Line Permit. This permit can be obtained from the Police through the travel agent or Tourism Department. Tourists can also witness a small temple dedicated to Lord Shiva built on the lakeside. Around the Tsomgo Lake, primula flowers and other alpine plantation are also grown. Tourists can also take a stroll on the footpath along the lake, which leads to a resting shed located at a distance of around half a kilometre. The best time to visit this lake is from March to late May and from October to mid-December.

Himalayan Zoological Park - Located at a distance of 3 km from Gangtok, is one of the best places for wildlife lovers. Situated in Bulbuley, the park has been established with the aim to preserve wildlife in natural habitat. It is the first park of its kind in the entire north-eastern part of India, which was established in 1991. The animals residing in this park are kept in replicated natural conditions. Most part of this park is covered with forests of Red Panda, Blue Sheep, Musk Deer, Barking Deer and Himalayan Black Bear. On passing through this park, one will come across hedged open-air enclosures. These enclosures are the habitats for Barking Deer, Panther, Red Pandas, Leopard Cat, Barking Beer, Himalayan Palm Civet and Tibetan Wolf. In addition, tourists can also spot Goral Spotted Deer and Bears. The best time to visit the park is in the months between mid- February to May and from mid- September to December.

Deer Park - Located in close proximity to the Secretariat of Sikkim, is also known as Rustamji Park. Home to several species of Deer, this park was named after Rustamji. He was amongst one of the Dewans of the Chogyal of Sikkim. Rustamji, acclaimed himself to be the author of book 'Enchanted Frontiers'. There are few cages located inside this park that have animals like Himalayan Bear and Red Pandas. The Deer Park also houses a statue of Lord Buddha standing erect and preaching the noble truths to the followers. This entire scene depicts the reminiscent of first sermon of Lord Buddha at the Deer Park located at Sarnath in Uttar Pradesh. It is also believed that this park was constructed to celebrate the reincarnation of Lord Buddha as a musk deer. In the front of this statue, there is a butter lamp, which continuously glows and is encircled by the most beautiful flowers. The best time to visit the park is during the morning hours when tourists can spot the deer easily as that time is for their meal.

Nathula Pass - Located at a distance of 56 km from Gangtok, is a pass on the Indo-Chinese border. Serving as a trade link between India and China, this park also once served as the main access for Sikkim-Tibet trade. Popularly known as the Silk Route, and is rich in diverse alpine flora and fauna. The Nathula Pass is divided into terms 'Nathu' and 'La', which mean 'Listening Ears' and 'pass' respectively. The trade route was closed down in 1961, as a result of the war between India and China. This pass is also amongst three border posts that connect China and India. The other two border posts are Shipkila (Himachal Pradesh) and Lipulekh (Uttarakhand).

Do Drul Chorten - The biggest stupa in Sikkim, is located on the hill hock, which is adjacent to the Tibetlogy Institute. Popularly known as Phurba, this stupa was built in 1945. This holy stupa was under the auspices of head of Nyingma sect of Tibetan Buddhism, Trulshik Rinpoche. The stupa is girdled with 108 prayer wheels. These prayer wheels have a holy inscription engraved on it, Om Mani Padma Hum. It is said that while turning these prayer wheels, the person has to chant the mantras engraved on them.

Fambong La Wildlife Sanctuary - It is one of the best places to observe the wild animals. It is located at a distance of around 20 km from Gangtok. Sprawling over an area of 51.76 sq km, this sanctuary is also a home to different species such as Red Panda, Himalayan Beer and Civet Cat Binturong. Dense forests of katus, bamboo, ferns, oak, champ and kimbu also occupy the sanctuary. Tinjure is the highest point of this sanctuary This highest point also has a wooden observation tower standing erect, which is managed by the Forest Department. Around this tower, basic accommodation facilities are also available for tourists. The best time to visit the sanctuary is from March to late May and from September to mid-December.

Getting Around the Destination:

Continues bus, minibus, rickshaw and auto-rickshaw facility is provided to get around the destination in Gangtok.

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