Buddha Park of Ravangla, Tathagata Tsal

Buddha Park of Ravangla

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Alias : Tathagata Tsal

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South Sikkim, Sikkim, India

Buddha Park of Ravangla Overview

Buddha Park of Ravangla, also known as Tathagata Tsal, is beautiful park located near Rabong in South Sikkim district of Sikkim, India. The Buddha Park hosts a beautiful statue of Sakyamuni Buddha which is clearly visible from all the directions of southwest Sikkim near Ravangla and some parts of west Sikkim. The park area is beautifully landscaped creating ample walkway, gardens and space for visitors to enjoy the serene surroundings. One can also enjoy the beautiful views of the mountains surrounding. Located at 70km from state capital Gangtok.


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