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Miles away from the din and dust of urban life, right beside the mighty Himalayas, is the idyllic little hamlet of Biksthang in West Sikkim's Mangalbarey area. Mt. Khangchendzonga ( also known as Kanchenjunga) looms tall here, but the stunning mountain views are not the only reason to visit V Resorts Bliss Village, which is spread across 7 acres. 
It is here in these sacred parts of the state that the recorded history of Sikkim began in the first half of the 17th century.
Within 90 minutes of V Resorts Bliss Village are serene Buddhist monasteries, a hot spring with seemingly magical properties, an organic farm that makes its own wine, and more!

Local Tour

Join us to explore the local village life at a typical Sikkimese hamlet. You can also get a taste of the local food at a rural home.

Sikkim is home to a substantial Buddhist population and has more than 70 Buddhist monasteries. Many important monasteries are located in the western parts of the state, including Lheuntse, Dubde and Tashiding. V Resorts Bliss Village organises trips to each of these centres of religion and culture. Most of them can be reached after a 30 to 90 minutes drive from the resort. Some may involve treks as well (the resort will provide all required details and guides). Dubdi Monastery: Also known as the Yuksom Monastery, it is among Sikkim's oldest Nyingmapa Buddhist monasteries and was estblished in 1701 in the Geyzing, West Sikkim district. An important monastery, it played a foundational role in the setting up of the kingdom of Sikkim. Lhuntse Monastery: Established in mid 19th century, this Nyingmapa monastery is located on a hilltop above Mangalbarey Bazaar in West Sikkim. The historic visit by Lama Jigme Pawo has been marked by a footprint left on a rock below the Gonpa. A short trek from the road will take you here Tashiding Monastery: Located on a hilltop close to Tashiding town, this monastery was founded in the 17th century by Phunshok Rigzing and renovated in 1717 during the rule of Chakdor Namgyal. The popular Bhumchu festival is held here on the 15th day of the first Tibetan month.

The hills in these parts are dotted with caves, some of which are considered holy. Legend has it that Guru Rimpoche and Lhatsun Chenpo walked on these mountains and rested in these caves. Among the holiest of the caves is Lha-ri nying phu. A tough three-day trek takes you there and is recommended only for those with high fitness levels.



Every room has its own verandah, which opens up to a stunning view of the mountains. The rooms are thoughtfully designed to cater to the guests' needs.

V Unwind

Try your hand at table tennis, Mahjong and numerous board games. Feeling more sporty? An outdoor game of badminton or basketball with the mountains forming the perfect backdrop is just the thing to do. Or take in the spectacular views of the Himalayas, put your feet up, grab a copy of your favourite book and spend a quiet afternoon in the lawn.


  • TelephoneTelephone
  • TelevisionTelevision
  • Coffee MakerCoffee Maker
  • Activity RoomActivity Room
  • Doctor on CallDoctor on Call
  • Power BackupPower Backup
  • ToiletriesToiletries
  • LaundryLaundry
  • RestaurantRestaurant
  • Children's PlaygroundChildren's Playground
  • Room ServiceRoom Service
  • Outdoor GamesOutdoor Games


Sikkim's food offers a lot of variety and depth to the gastronomically adventurous. The menu at V Resorts Bliss Village includes carefully chosen Indian and Continental cuisine along with local stand-out dishes from the state. Also try out chang, a specially brewed Sikkimese alcoholic drink served in bamboo containers.


One of India's tiniest states, sparsely populated Sikkim is famous for its superb views of the Himalayas, captivating rhododendron valleys and Buddhist monasteries. For centuries, this remote Himalyan kingdom remained somewhat cut off from the ebbs and flows of mainstream Indian history. Today, it is a much sought-after tourist destination. Its claim to be a 100 per cent organic state has added to its wow quotient.


  • By Air: Nearest Airport is Bagdogra Airport(115km)
  • By Rail: Nearest Railway Station is NJP(110km)
  • By Road: Gangtok(119km); Kolkata(662km); Delhi(1570km);