- Rani Dhunga
- Sangacholing Monastery
The site is called Rani Dhunga, the big stone which the pilgrims believe to be the emanation of god or goddess. Once upon a time it was the boundary pillar between two portions of forests. One belonging to Rani Knowa the queen of Sikkim, therefore the stone was named was Rani Dhunga they boundary Pillar . At present the boundary, no longer exists yet the site sustains the name Rani Dhunga, Whereas the Buddhist call it Thikchuyangtse.
Through the footh path is a gradual climb uphill for 03 hrs amidst the dense forest and chirping birds to Rani Dhunga ,you can enjoy the views along with a picnic lunch and then walk further down hill to reach the Sangacholing Monastery from the monastery it takes about 45 minutes walk down to reach Pelling.