If you want to run away from the hectic city life and want to relax in the peace of nature, come to Singtham. Singtham means “Orange Farm” in the Lepcha language. We have identified a great place to stay here. In the Singtham farmhouse, you get a unique half hanging machaan which is just perfect to have your morning breakfast and keep gazing to Kanchanjangha range, and river Teesta passing through the gorge below. Also good for adventurous people looking for treks, bird watching, trails and river angling.
Place Code : BE1751
Check In : 11.00 A.M
Check Out : 10.00 A.M
160-year-old local Heritage House
Ban Jakhri Cave, the ancient abode of Jakhris (witch doctors of Sikkim).
Daras (the highest point of a hill) like the Harray Dara, sacred to newly married couples or Deorali Dara overlooking villages and mountains
Tarey Bhir with the view of River Teesta and Rangeet among pine forests
Ravangla for majestic mountain views and sprawling Buddha Park, with a 130-foot high Buddha statue.
Chardham, Solophok, with a hilltop view of Mt. Kanchenjunga
Samdruptse Monastery, 30 km from Singtham, and with a 45-meter high golden statue of Guru Padmasambhava.
Temi Tea Garden the one and only tea garden of Sikkim.
Forest trekking to Maenam Hill and Tendong Hill is available with guides, porters, tents,
Walks in the farmlands and do some vegetable picking.
Enjoy fishing in Kaleej Khola, a river which is 2 km away
Watching the seasonal migratory Himalayan birds like Woodpeckers, Warblers, Magpies, Finches, Sunbirds, Flycatchers, Robins, Eagles, and Partridges.
How to reach
From NJP railway station it takes over 3 hours to reach by road. Singtham is near to Namchi as well as Gangtok.
INR 1750 + 5% GST per person per day, including all foods and stay, won’t pinch your pockets much.
Child Policy: Kids between 1 to 5 years are complimentary, Kids between 6 to 9 years will be charged at half price and Kids form 10 years will be charged as an adult.
Car cost :
NJP to Singtham : INR 4000 Approx per car (one way)