Folklore has it that Biksthang is derived from the Monree (Lepcha) word 'bik mon' meaning 'the place where a tiger ate a cow'. The Lhopos (Bhutias) aver that 'biks thang' means 'a place with a wide variety of special stones'. The area was earlier known as Mangbir or 'the place where millet is grown’. Officially, the village is known as Tsochen (Chuchen) meaning 'Big Lake'. Biksthang, at an altitude of about 4100 feet, is a well-known bird watch. . . [Read More]
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There are Seven Suites - two exclusive heritage suites, three single unit suite cottages and one double unit suite room(s) with attached kitchenettes. Each cottage has a spacious living room and a bedroom that open to a private garden. There are four Superior Double Units, each with its own generous cantilevered balcony and a private lawn.

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The farmhouse directly faces Ghangchhen-mZho-Nga (Khangchendzogna), the guardian deity of Sikkim, which is the repository of five treasures, symbolized by the five peaks of Mt Khangchendzogna, Mt. Gabur Gangtsen (Kabru), Mt. Pandim, Mt. Narsing and Mt. Simvo.

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Trek to Lheuntse Monastery and get a panoramic view of the range. Village walk and partaking in the local village day to day activities. Experience "Haat", the local village economy, every Sunday at Mangalbarey. Use the gym, pool and traditional spa facilities available.

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