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Menu – Elgin, Darjeeling

The Dining Menu Snacks – Vegetarian SELECTION IN PAKORAS & CUTLETS Pakoras are Indian snack filling in fried Chick Pea Batter. Cutlets are mashed and spiced vegetables patty dipped in batter and bread crumbs and fried. Vegetable Pakoras : ₹350 Onion Pakoras  : ₹350 Potato Pakoras : ₹350 Cheese Pakoras : ₹350 Paneer (Cottage Cheese) […]

Darjeeling Mall & Chowrasta

Located a km away from Elgin Hotel in Darjeeling, the Mall Road is certainly the best place for shopping in Darjeeling. Here one can find Handcrafted art pieces sold by the locals at a varied price range

Chowrasta or the Mall is the town center in Darjeeling. You can lounge & bake in the sun and watch the wonderful views of the mountain.

Explore Darjeeling Tiger Hill

Tiger Hill is internationally acclaimed for providing an enthralling view of a stunning sunrise over Kanchenjunga and other important peaks of the Himalayas. One can also view the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, from here

Tiger Hill is famous for the magnificent view of the sunrise over the “Kanchenjunga” and the great eastern Himalayan Mountains.

Explore Darjeeling Senchal Lake

Senchal Lake is part of the Senchal Sanctuary which is one of the oldest wildlife sanctuaries of Darjeeling hills. The lake is fed by a mountain spring and is the main reservoir for water supply to the town

Senchal Lake is part of the Senchal Sanctuary which is one of the oldest wildlife sanctuaries and a favourite picnic spot of Darjeeling.

Explore Darjeeling Dhirdham Temple

The Dhirdham Temple in Darjeeling was built in the year 1939. Situated just below the Darjeeling Railway station and 2 kms away from Elgin Hotel, it is a beautiful Nepali-style Hindu Temple of Lord Shiva which was designed by the Gorkhali architect Beg Raj Sakya

A leisure walk from Darjeeling Railway station, this temple shines like a golden crown under sunshine and has a Tibetan inclination to it.

Explore Darjeeling Ropeway

Darjeeling Ropeway or cable car station is located at Singamari, 3 km away from the Chowk Bazaar of Darjeeling. Established in 1968, the Darjeeling Ropeway is India’s first cable car system, set up to cater to the tea gardens in the valleys which did not have easy access

From the Ropeway of Darjeeling, you can have a mind-blowing view of the valley, tea gardens, dense forests, waterfalls, and the mountains.