Turuk Kothi situated in South Sikkim with panoramic locations, pilgrimage centers and scenic grandeur now offers multiple options to our guests.

South district has witnessed the widest range of tourism infrastructure development in the decade with the installation of the highest statue of patron saint Guru Padmasambhava which means ‘The Wish Fulfilling Hill’ [135 ft]at Samdruptse.

The famous Temi Tea garden the most famous and the only tea garden of the state is also located in the south district.

Siddheshvara Dham, located in Namchi on the top of Solophok Hill is a unique Pilgrim Centre housing a 108’ft tall statue of Lord Shiva.

Rock Garden located between Namchi town and Samdruptse ,this popular garden has many attractive plants flowers and different species of trees.

Buddha Park located in Rabong has a 135’ft tall statue of Lord Buddha in ’Dharma Chakra’mudra which is made of copper with gold plating. The complex also includes a congregation hall which can accommodate more than 1500 people.

Tarey Bhir 15mins away from Turuk Kothi is one of the best views one can experience with our neighboring hill stations Kalimpong and Darjeeling nestled next to each other can be seen, and if you are lucky you can even get a glimpse of the wild goat and the barking deer basking in the early sun.

White water rafting in the white waters of the Teesta river can even be organized