Half day Sight Seeing Tours Nearby Siliguri City
17 kms from Siliguri, deep inside forest & nature, a good picnic spot.
A park, developed by Indian Army, is an excellent picnic spot.
Umrao Singh Boat Club, Sukna, a Boat Club, developed by Indian Army. Different size & shapes of boats are available for tourists.
The passing through tea gardens is an excellent view which everybody can cherish for a long time to come. One can see tea processing also with an prior arrangements.
His eminence Kalu Rinpoche constructed a one hundred foot stupa, which contains five types of relics and is an object of veneration which will bring liberation to any one who sees it.
Kalchakra was 1st time organized in Salugara in December 96 and is one of the most religious nerve centre of Budhdhist religion.
The Teesta river is the life line of the Sikkim and Darjeeling Himalayas. One can experience the Bird watching at this place.
Kali Mandir, a Hindu Temple near Sevoke, an abode of the living goddess Kali. The famous Kali Mandir is visited by many newly wedded couples seeking the blessing of the Goddess Kali for a happy married life.
Before reaching Coronation Bridge, you will run into groups of friendly monkeys. These monkeys can be hand-fed bread, bananas etc.
Between Salugara & Kalijhora is the Sevoke Bridge, built in 1930, a relic of British Excellence in design & architecture. While crossing the bridge on foot one can see the unforgettable journey mixed with adventure and pleasure.
Seth Srilal Market and Hill Cart Road have some big consumer goods shops, which stock large varieties of mercantile. The people of North Bengal, Sikkim, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh regularly visit Siliguri for Purchasing. Prices are competitive and bargaining is negligible. Recently big Company show-rooms have come up on Sevoke Road.
For seeing Steam Engines of narrow gauge, a relic of British Raj, one can visit Siliguri Junction.
Regular art exhibitions are being held in Siliguri. The most important and regular site of Art Exhibition is Dina Bandhu Manch.
A temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. The ISKCON CENTRE in Siliguri is being labelled as the biggest Krishna Centre in the whole of the North East. Lord Krishna had gone into hiding in the jungles of Baikunthapur with Rukmini at one time so Siliguri was the first choice of Iskcon for making this biggest Krishna Centre in the North East..