The door way to the North East. Siliguri is fast becoming a major economic hub. Experience the jostling and busy life in the city of Siliguri. Explore the various tourist as well as business attractions that Siliguri has to offer. Dive into local cuisines and end enjoy the best unparalleled flavours.
The origin of Siliguri traces back to when it was a densely forested land with elephants, leopards and many other wild animals roaming about. The Kamata Kingdom took control of this place in 1522. Siswa Singh, a prince defeted the existing kings of Bhutan Gaur and established a capital here. The place was named Baikunthapur. Soon Siliguri got engulfed by Baikanthapur. The Treaty of Sugauli, signed between Britain and Nepal in 1815, changed the outlook for Siliguri. Because it became a transit point between Darjeeling Hills and mainland Nepal.
Also known as Sri Sri Radha Madhav Sundar Mandir, this temple was built by ISKCON. With a grand temple, beautiful campus and soothing ambience, this temple is a must visit for everyone.
Established by Tibetan Buddhist Monks and followers of Dalai Lama, the monastery in Siliguri is famous for the 100 feet stupa founded by the Tibetan Lama, Kalu Rinpoche.
The North Bengal Science Centre is a highly reputed institution in north Bengal famed for its planetarium and Nature Interpretation Centre.
Built by Gammon India in British era this bridge spans across the Teesta River. In Siliguri it is one of the best place to observe the natural beauty.
This amusement park in Siliguri is nestled among spacious and serene tea farms and it offers food courts, movie theatre, water park, many rides and a playground for children.
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