Singshore suspension bridge: The highest bridge in Sikkim

Singshore Bridge Pelling

Singshore Bridge an engineering marvel is Asia’s second highest suspension bridge located about 5 kilometers from Pelling.

Nestled at an altitude of 2,150 m (7,200 feet), Pelling is a town in the district of West Sikkim, India.

The Singshore Bridge was built 16 years ago by connecting two hills and is situated 25 km away from Pemayangtse Monastery.

The view from the bridge is mind boggling with a sight of numerous waterfalls. This bridge is 20 kms drive away from Uttarey village, which falls near the Nepal boundary or commonly called as Chia Bhanjyang.

Uttare is a base camp for Singilela Mountain Range trek.

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