West Sikkim District Map


District Map of West Sikkim

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The district of West Sikkim constitutes a total area of 1,166 sq. km.

West Sikkim has a population of 98,161 and the population density of 84 people per square kilometer.

While majority of the population earn their living through the Tourism Industry, some are also engaged in farming the undulating terrains.

West Sikkim has many places of tourist interests like Pelling- a small hill station, Pemayangtse, Sanga Choling Monastery, Yuksam, and Rabdentse Ruins.

Important Places in West District

Goecha La Pass, Jemathang, Onglakthang, Lambi, Khungme, Dzongri, Boktak, Kibek Cave, Bakhim Cave, Yaksam, Lethang, Sinon, Thingling, Phengtang, Singrung, Neyangtang, Linchyum, Sardung, Dentam, Uttare, Chiwabbangang, Mayon, Rinchingpong, Siribadam, Kaluk, Killey, Bhareng, Soreng, Chakung, Malbase, Naya Bazar


Last Updated on : 22/04/2013







     


     

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