Aritar Gumpa : A monastery of the Kagyuapa order,considered as one of the holiest and oldest in Sikkim.The visitor’s can imbibe the tranquil air with splendour of monastic arts reflected in its traditional architecture, carved & painted murals and treasure of manuscripts and icons. Changey water fall : 50 m in height (Near Lampokhari) Lampokhari Lake of Aritar Dak Bunglow : Popularly known as Ari-Bangla it is an old British built bunglow built by Sir James Claude White (first political officer of Sikkim during British rule in India) in the year 1895. At the same premises Sikkim’s first treasury was built as well as Sikkim Police was raised and the first outpost started functioning in the year 1897. Ever green nursery & Ram Gauri Sangrhalaya : Located at Rhenock Bazar, the nursery and museum is privately owned and has drift wood collections, botanical & other varieties of flowers. Kali khola falls (Lonely falls) : 100 m in height (Rorathang-Rongli road) Mankhim (Tample) of Rai ethnic group of Nepali Origin Lampokhari: Initially one of the oldest natural lake in Sikkim and recently artificially constructed to facilitate boating for the tourists. At an altitude of 4600 ft (1,400 m) it is the only lake with boating facility in Sikkim. Love Dara : Low hill picnic spot. Aritar. Lungchok valley : Trekking destination (Lokdara, Chujachen) Mankhim: “Mangkhim”, a Temple of the Rai ethnic group of Nepali origin is located at a height of 6500 ft at “Maity Village” (Kheselakha) . Hattipailay is another virgin village where the visitors can see elephant footprints on rock. Nirmal Dham : This place situated about 5 km (approx) from Rhenock Bazar, is an abode of “Nirmal Guruji” (a.k.a.) “ Kopchey Baba”, known for his miraculious healing power, which has attracted hundreds of devotees from all over India and neghbouring countries. Parbateyswar Shivalaya Mandir : The most venerated shrine with picturesque splendour is considered a very holy Pilgrimage site, where thousands of devotees throng for the blessing and participate during the month of “SAWAN” to offer water and sip the sacred water from a sacred vessel.