Located in the capital, Gangtok, of the mountainous state of Sikkim is Hotel Mist Tree Mountain. The hotel, established in 1991 has been engaged in the hospitality business for over 20 years. There are a total of 19 double occupancy rooms of varying categories. The tasteful design of the hotel, plus its location, and magnificent view has ensured repeat guests and steady referrals from old guests as well as travel agents........ read more

A brief Introduction about Sikkim


The Nepalease called it Sukkim - "The New Place"; for the Bhutias seeing those endless tracts of paddy fields it was Demazong, 'The Valley of Rice '. But its original inhabitants - the Lepchas understood this land best for them it was simply 'Nye-mae-el lang'-abode of the Gods.


Spreads over 7096 sq km, it enfolds the upper valley of the Teesta River, the major tributary of the mighty Brahmaputra River. Its southern borders with West Bengal are shared with the Rangit and Rangpo Rivers; the Singalila Range acts as a natural barrier with Nepal in the west and the Dongkhya Range runs along the borders from the north to the north east. Elevations range from 270 m above ses level in the south to over 8589 m in the north and north western region.