Delight over nature's lap. Siliguri

Siliguri, a small-town famous for its temples and tea gardens. It is popularly known as the Gateway to the North-East. (providing connectivity to the north-eastern regions of India).

Siliguri is quite famous as the commercial center of North Bengal.  it also provides transit to the neighboring countries like Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and Myanmar. Siliguri shares river bank with Mahananda and Balsan. It is the home to modern structures and wildlife sanctuary.  Tourists can expect an exceptional view of the snow-clad Himalayas, also the surrounding regions have beautiful tea gardens. It can be a great stopover destination for people traveling to Darjeeling or Sikkim.

For Food Lovers: Siliguri offers a wide range of choice when it comes to a number of restaurants. It well known for the various delicacies of Bengali cuisine. You can also find Mughlai, Chinese as well as South Indian cuisine as well. Similarly, Bengali sweets are also quite famous apart from the main cuisine

For commuting in the city, Taxis and Autos are the best options since the town is quite small. You can also walk around the market place.

Here are the top places that you must visit in Siliguri:

  • Sakugara Monastery: 

    Established by the Tibetan Buddhist Monks and followers of Dalai Lama. The structure of the Monastery temple has 100 feet stupa. Kalu Rinpoche (Tibetan Lama) founded the statue. The monastery is situated just 6km away from the main town.Furthermore, It has five kinds of Buddhist relics.

  • ISKCON Temple: 

    The ISKCON temple is also famously known as Sri Sri Radha Madhav Sundar Mandir. this temple was built by ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness). It has a beautiful campus and soothing ambiance within its premise. This temple is must visit place for everyone, even for non-religious folks.

  • Mahananda Weir Wildlife Sanctuary: 

    Located between Mahananda and Teesta River. Mahananda Weir Wildlife Sanctuary has a vast expanse of forest land completely separated from city life is a home to the rarest breed of mountain goat, Cheetal, Barking deer, fishing cat, Sambar tiger, elephant and Indian bison and many migratory birds. In addition, Trekking is also possible in this region.

  • Madhuban Park: 

    The Indian Army established this park. Madhuban Park is a spectacular park located on the outskirts of Siliguri. Arguably this park is best for family picnics. The surroundings are of cool and serene ambiance.

  • Dhudia:

    Located just on the outskirts of Siliguri. Dhudia is a small town and a perfect escape from city life. Therefore it is a perfect place for solace seekers. Nature lovers can also enjoy the serene view.

  • Coronation Bridge: 

    The Coronation Bridge connects Darjeeling on one end to Jalpaiguri. This bridge is located in Darjeeling but it’s still in reach of the outskirts of Siliguri. Roman Empire has its influence over the structure of the bridge. In addition, it offers a panoramic view of the Teesta river flowing underneath. The bridge is a visual treat for all nature lovers as it is set against the backdrop of lush green covered mountains and the sparkling blue waters of the Teesta. The bridge can provide the visitors necessary respite from the buzz of city life.

  • Sevoke Kali Mandir Siliguri: 

    An ancient temple built on Teesta banks, close to the Coronation Bridge. This temple is believed to be the home to Goddess Kali.