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Located South of Sikkim, in North Bengal is the famous hill resort of Darjeeling at an altitude of 2150M (6,800 ft). It borders with Sikkim on the North and Nepal towards its West: Average temperature during summers is around 20°C and 10°C during winters. Darjeeling experiences heavy monsoon between Jun and Aug when visitors are advised to bring water proofs/umbrellas along with winter clothing. Darjeeling is famous for its tea gardens which produce premium Darjeeling tea also known as the Champagne of the East. Darjeeling is also famous for its good educational institutes of which the prominent once are Loreto College for girls, St. Paul's Schoo,l Mt. Hermon, St. Joseph College and North Point school. Abercrombie France lunette ray ban abercrombie france air jordan pas cher hollister uk chaussures pas cher nike blazer

A toy train runs from Siliguri to Darjeeling via Kurseong which is the major attraction of tourists. The places of interest in and around Darjeeling where tourist enjoy their visit are:
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Ghoom: About 7 km short of Darjeeling, Ghoom is famous as the highest toy train railway station in the world. It also has the famous Yiga Choling Monastery of Gelupa sect which was built inn 1875.
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Rock Garden and Ganga Maiya : Is the new addition to place of interest in Darjeeling. The picture and picnic spots with water falls are build by DGHC
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Batasia loop and War Memorial : 5 km from Darjeeling towards Ghoom the narrow gauge rail line takes a figure of 8 loop which is an engineering feat. A war memorial within the loop has a 3 meter high bronze statue of a Gorkha soldier.
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Nightingale Park: Between HMI and Chowrasta is a scenic shrubbery park with beautiful water falls eminating from Shiva Temple. DGHC has developed it as a cultural spot where one can enjoy different Nepali folk dances and music every evening.
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Tiger Hill: Is 14 Kms away from HMI. At 8500 ft. Tiger Hill offers one of the most magnificent view of Kanchenjunga massif in Sikkim. One can also view Everest, Makalu & Lhotse in Nepal and Chomolheri in Bhutan on a clear day. Sunrise from Tiger Hill looks like a ball of fire emerging from the bossom of the Earth transforming the snowy cold ranges into a fiery crimson. All HMI trainees get a chance to visit Tiger Hill during their course.
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Natural History Museum: Near Chowrasta has a wide range of collection of preserved reptiles, birds, butterflies and other insects.
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Tibetan Self Help Centre: On Lebong road gives a very good insight into the making of different handicrafts.
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Japanese Peace Pagoda: Rises 28.5 Meters with a diameter of 23 M with four statues of the Buddha in Golden polish is another attraction for the tourist
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Rangit Valley Ropeway : From North Point to Takvar valley Tea Estate floating high above lush green valleys and tea Gardens provide a scenic view.
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Ava Art Gallery
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HMI & PNHZ Park: Which are located on Birch Hill are the major attractions for the tourists some exotic breeds of high altitude fauna such as Siberian tigers, black bear, red pandas, and the elusive Snow Leopards and many colourful Himalayan birds grace the location which is must in the itinerary of all tourists. In addition to the rich learning experience at HMI, a visit to Darjeeling provides life long memories to be taken home by students of HMI.
 
 
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