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How to Reach Sikkim

Sikkim can be reached by taking Flights, Rails or Roads. One can fly from any major cities of India to Bagdogra Airport where many flights operates daily. One can also fly directly to Sikkim's only Airport PAKYONG AIRPORT from Delhi and Kolkotta. 

From Nepal, Kathmandu one can fly to Bhadrapur Airport in the east Nepal (1 hour), then drive to Kakarbhitta (Nepal-India border, 34 km), to Siliguri (36 km) and to Gangtok (110 km, 3 hours 30 minutes).

One can travel by Train from many major cities of India to Siliguri, New Jalpaiguri Railway station and hit the road to reach Sikkim. Sikkim is also well connected by road with Darjeeling (5 hours) and Bhutan (7 hours). 

Sikkim Tourism development Corporation also operates daily helicopter flights from Bagdogra airport to Gangtok (20 minutes).The closest railway stations is New Jalpaiguri in Siliguri (121 km) which are connected to Kolkata, New Delhi, Guwahati and other major Indian cities. Taxis and buses for Gangtok are available at Siliguri.

NEAREST AIRPORT TO SIKKIM: Pakyong Airport which is around 30 km from Gangtok. The second nearest Airport is Bagdogra Airport in Siliguri, West Bengal which is 124 km from Gangtok. 

NEAREST RAILWAYS STATION TO SIKKIM: The nearest railway station is New Jalpaiguri Railway station which is 126 km from Gangtok.

ROADWAYS TO SIKKIM: Gangtok is well connected by road with Calcutta (721 km), Darjeeling (139 km), Bhutan (546 km), Guwahati (589 km) and Patna (584 km).

UTTAREY TO CHEWANBHANJYANG: A part of the International Indo-Nepal road has been completed recently. Once functional it will open a new dimension to Tourism Industry of Sikkim. 

The saying 'Small is beautiful', is amply demonstrated by the tiny mountain state of Sikkim. With the grandeur of her mountain peaks, verdant valleys, fast flowing rivers, terraced hills and floral wealth, a visit to Sikkim is a rare and unique experience. Situated on the eastern Himalayas, in the shadow of the towering Mount Kanchenjunga, which is worshipped as the principal deity, Sikkim measures approximately 100 kms from north to south, and 60 kms from east to west.

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