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      The teardrop-shaped island studded in the Indian Ocean only looks small. Offering a myriad range of fun, adventure, and romance, it is among the best destinations in the world for those looking for an exotic vacation. Exciting things to do in Sri Lanka right from beaches, hills, jungles, ancient monuments, culture, history, nightlife, wildlife, and excellent food make it a paradise!

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      Pelling is a quaint hill station snuggly nestled in the hills of West Sikkim. It is a popular destination thanks to its natural scenic beauty and rich cultural heritage. From exploring natural wonders like lakes and waterfalls, engaging in shopping, to unveiling the secrets of historical ruins, there are tonnes of things to do in Pelling. Whether you are looking for relaxation or ticking things off your bucket list, Pelling has numerous experiences for every traveler.

      Exciting Things To Do In Pelling

      Most of these awesome experiences in Pelling are free, meaning that your Pelling Sightseeing costs are low and you have more to spend on things like shopping!

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      Must Read:15 Bewitching Places To Visit In Pelling And Its Vicinity


      Sikkim-Gangtok-Darjeeling Holiday Packages On TravelTriangle

      Visit Sikkim and explore Yumthang valley, Tsomgo Lake, Gangtok, Nathula Pass, and Pelling. Experience peace and tranquility while exploring Buddhist monasteries, snow-capped mountains, and wildlife sanctuaries. Book packages inclusive of airport transfers, cab, resort, sightseeing, and meals.

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      Suggested Read:15 Top Things To Do In Sikkim For Unbeatable Adventures In Breathtaking Landscapes

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      Suggested Read:10 Monasteries In Sikkim Exhibiting The Best Of India’s Cultural Heritage

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      Suggested Read:A-Z Guide To Make Your Honeymoon In Sikkim An Affair To Remember

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      11. Pelling Skywalk - Walk On The Glass Path

      Skywalk in Pelling

      Pelling Skywalk is the first glass skywalk in India. This stunning long-bridge structure takes you to the giant Chenrezig statue. ‘Chenrezig’ is the depiction of Lord Buddha’s compassion. The statue is perched on a hilltop near Pelling city. The path (bridge floor) is made of transparent glass which makes the walk really exciting. Enjoy the splendid views of the lush green valley from the skywalk.

      Further Read: Sikkim In December: Find Exciting Experiences In The Winter Wonderland Of North-East

      With such an amazing list of things to do in Pelling, no wonder it’s one of the top places to visit in Sikkim. Now all you have to do is book your trip to Sikkim with TravelTriangle and look forward to a wonderful vacation filled with memories and smiles! And if we have missed out on any of the awesome things to do here, then let us know in the comments below.

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      Frequently Asked Questions About Things To Do In Pelling

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