Siliguri is often referred as the Gateway toward the North East region, making it a hub or base for many travelers from far and wide who wants to explore the true Himalayan beauty. There are many pictorial places like Darjeeling, Teesta Bazaar, Kurseong, Mirik, Sikkim, Phuentsholing, and Gorubathan to visit around Siliguri.
Bengal Safari Park, situated within the verdant forested area of Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary is the first animal safari park of North Bengal region
Coochbehar the regal and only planned town of North Bengal region is a must visit destination while travelling to Siliguri. It is sited along the river bank of Torsa. Coochbehar is located at a distance of 141km from Siliguri.
Coronation Bridge is one of the finest structures to be built in 1930’s above the meandering River of Teesta. Located at a distance of 20km from Siliguri Coronation Bridge is also known as Baag Pool or Sevoke Bridge.
Darjeeling, situated in the lower Himalayas is a favored hill station of North East India. It is located at a distance of 68km from Siliguri.
Nestled in the foothills of Himalayan region is Dooars, a verdant land of emerald green forest and lush elephant grass. It is located at a distance of 56km from Siliguri.
Located at a distance of 59km from Siliguri is a quaint settlement called Gorubathan. Often known as “Sombare”, Gorubathan is situated along the river banks of Chel.
Bursting with colorful lights and banners is the most favored shopper’s destination of Siliguri, Hongkong Market. It is located in the heart of Siliguri City.
Built in 1998 by Hare-Rama Hare-Krishna cult followers amidst the well manicured garden of Siliguri is International Society for Krishna Consciousness, more popularly known as ISKCON Temple.
Kurseong, located on the Darjeeling-Siliguri road is another destination which has hyped the interest of travelers visiting Siliguri. Perched at an altitude of 1458mt, Kurseong is located at a distance of 51km from Siliguri.
Surrounded with lush tea garden and wooded forest of alpine trees is a sleepy hamlet called Mirik. It is located at a distance of 55km from Siliguri. Mirik is a new found hill station.
Located at a distance of 155km from Siliguri is Phuentsholing, the southern border town of Bhutan. Showcasing the glimpse of Bhutanese tradition there are many places to visit in Phuentsholing.
Located at a distance of 6km from the bustling city of Siliguri is Salugara Monastery. It is a Tibetan Monastery which is also known as The Great International Tashi Gomang Stupa.
Established in 1997 is the first and only science Centre of Siliguri, The North Bengal Science City or popularly known as Science City. It is located at a distance of 7km from the main city of Siliguri.
Sevokeshwari Kali Mandir or commonly known as Sevoke Kali Mandir, located at a distance of 26km from Siliguri on the way to Kalimpong is a sacred shrine dedicated to Goddess Kali.
Sprawled in the mountainous ridge of Eastern Himalayas is Sikkim, a serene landlocked state of India. It is located at a distance of 145km from Siliguri. Sikkim is blessed with the abundance of natural beauty
Sukna a quaint settlement located on the Darjeeling Siliguri route with its vibrant ecology, rich history and diverse culture has caught the attention of tourist traveling to Siliguri.
Flanked along the bank of Roaring River Teesta is a quaint settlement called Teesta Bazaar or commonly known as 10th mile. It is located at a distance of 53km from Siliguri.