Kurseong

Places to visit in Kurseong

Kurseong in a glance :

Kurseong is a hill station and sub-divisional town in the Darjeeling district of the Indian state of West Bengal. Here are a few places to visit in Kurseong.

Ambotia Shiva Mandir :

Ambotia Shiva temple is located in the Ambotia tea estate. It is one of the most popular temples in Kurseong. The temple is well known, not just for its religious significance, but also for its scenic location. You can also see a beautiful orange orchard close to the temple.

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Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Museum :

There are a total of three DHR museums, the other two in Darjeeling and Sukna. These museums house rare pictures, sketches, miniature structures of trains and also have regular toy train rides to neearby places with a great scenic journey.

Deer Park :

Situated in the Dow Hill area the Deer Park is one of the major tourist attractions in Kurseon where you can see so many deer’s roaming around. You could trek to the Deer park, also known as Dow Hill Park or Satellite Park.

Eagle’s Craig :

The point provides panoramic view of the town and Siliguri plains. You can also spend a quiet evening looking at the lights of Siliguri.

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Forest Museum :

Maintained by the Forest department, the forest museum is another treat for nature lovers. You can learn about various animals that inhabited the forest in the past.

Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Museum :

The museum is housed in Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s elder brother’s residence. It has pictures, documents and articles related to Netaji. Not everyone’s cup of teas, the museum will interest only those keenly interested in India history.

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What to Eat in Kurseong : Kurseong is one of the only two places where you can relish the authentic Muscatel organic tea. Hence, there is no way that you can miss this rare beverage while you are here. The other specialties include Thukpa Noodle Soup and steamed momos at the roadside stalls. You can also try the local drinks drinks such as Channg and Tongba as well as sip in some of the finest varieties of Darjeeling tea, found in the area.

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