Distance : 8 km (from Gangtok) Altitude :7,200 ft. Situated about 5 km uphill from White Hall on a bifurcation road of the Gangtok-Nathula Highway, is a temple devoted to Hanuman, a God worshipped by the Hindus. On selected points on the road to the temple, breathtaking views of Gangtok and the adjoining rolling hills can be seen.
From the temple itself, the snowy peaks of Khangchendzonga present a panoramic picture. One also gets a birds eye view of the Selep waterworks, which supplies drinking water to the Gangtok town, a few hundred feet in altitude below Hanuman Tok. The temple at Hanuman Tok is maintained by a unit of the Indian Army and can be found to be spick and span.
A short distance before the stair case leading to the Hanuman Temple is the cremation ground of the erstwhile royal family of Sikkim. The cremation ground has stupas and chortens each marking the place where the mortal remains of the departed souls were consigned to the flames.
Distance : 7 km ( from Gangtok ) Altitude : 6,500 ft. Ganesh Tok is a very small temple located next to the television tower on the hillock on Gangtok–Nathula road. Ganesh Tok is located 7 km from Gangtok. The altitude of this spot would be 6,500 m. This temple is devoted to lord Ganesh. It is so small; it can just accommodate one person. One must crawl to get into the temple.
From this temple, one can get a bird’s-eye view of the Gangtok town, the Raj Bhawan Complex, and mount Kanchenjunga – the world’s 3rd highest peak. There is a place called Smriti Van, which is close to the temple, where the devotees can plant saplings on behalf of their loved ones
Char Dham, Solophok Namchi
"CHARDHAM" Pilgrimage cum Cultural Centre, at Solophok Hill - 5 kms from Namchi`Sikkim is a replica of the actual Chardham. It has been built, in such a manner, so as to bring "Chardham" - India's Four geographically differently located Pilgrimages, together at one Place.This Monumental project has a 108 feet high statue of Lord Shiva sitting, right at the top surrounded by the replica of his Twelve Temples known as Twelve Lingas, which are spread all over India.
Built directly in front of Lord Shiva's statue will be the replica of the four most revered Hindu Temples - the "Chardham". These four Dhams are as 1) Sri Badrinath at North, 2) Sri Dwarka at West, 3) Sri Jaganathpuri at East and 4) Sri Rameshwaram at South of India.
A Statue of Lord Kriteshwara and A Replica of Shirdi Sai Baba Temple is planned in the front side of the Centre. Lord Kriteshwara was an incarnation of Lord Shiva during the time of Mahabharata.
Musical fountain along with Ganga Vithi will add to the splendor of the place, in tune with transcendental music.
Shiva Mandir, Legship
Shiva Mandir Legship, also known as Kirateshwar Mahadev temple, is situated on the bank of beautiful Rangit river. A foot suspension bridge takes the devotees to its attractive location. People from all over the state visit this holy place of eminence. According to popular Belief, whoever worship here will earn virtue of two life time.
Shree Satya Sai Sarva Dharma Kendra, Daramdin