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17 kms from Gangtok in the state of Sikkim in India lies the Kabi Lungchok, a place of significance as the union of Bhutia chief Khey-Bum-Sar and Lepcha chief Te-Kung-Tek was ceremonially signed here. To mark it as an occasion, a huge stone pillar and statue was erected amidst lush greenery. The place rich with biodiversity is free to be visited by anyone without any extra permits. Tourists will have great time traveling to this wonderful place equipped with green lush environment and in extremely beautiful climate. About one hour away from Gangtok, Kabi Lungchok is an important tourist destination, marked in the memory of an historical event. Kabi Lungchok Travel and tourism offers the great facilities of travelling to this place.
The natural scenic beauty surrounds the Monument is the major attraction for tourists at the place. There are a number of water falls in the area and one such water fall is known as the ‘Seven Sister waterfalls’. Apart from that, there are various species of birds you can find at the place such as Pariahkite, Crested Serpent eagle, shahhen falcon, Rufous-necked Hornbill, Aceros nipalensis, Chestnut-breasted Partridge, Black-breasted Parrotbill, Grey-crowned Prinia, Ward’s Trogon. Visit this amazing monument in Sikkim and explore more this enchanting place.