West Sikkim is a district located in the Indian state of Sikkim. It is situated in the western part of Sikkim and shares borders with Nepal to the west and the districts of North Sikkim and South Sikkim to the north and south, respectively. The district is known for its scenic beauty, lush green valleys, and majestic mountains.

West Sikkim is home to several prominent tourist destinations, including Pelling, Yuksom, and Ravangla. Pelling is a popular hill station and offers breathtaking views of the Kanchenjunga mountain range. Yuksom is historically significant as it served as the first capital of Sikkim and is the base for many treks and expeditions.

Pemayangtse Monastery
Khecheopalri Lake
Goecha La
Goecha La Trek
Barsey Rhododendron Sanctuary
Mount Pandim
Dubdi Monastery
Singshore Bridge
Kanchenjunga Falls
Tashiding Monastery
Sanghak Choeling Monastery
Rabdentse Ruins
Samiti Lake
Rathong Glacier
Norbu gang, Coronation throne of Namgyal Dynasty
Ralang New Monastery
Rimbi Water Falls
Rinchenpong Monastery
Phoktey Dara
Singalila National Park
Kirateshwar Mahadev Temple
Kathok Lake
Rimbi Orange Garden
Phamrong Falls
Changey waterfalls
New Helipad
Khangchendzonga National Park
Dzongri La
Dzongri Top
Goecha La Pass
Rangit Nagar
Sinon Monastery
Rangit Dam
Gangyap Hot Spring
SKY WALK, Pelling, Sikkim
Goecha Lake
Dafeybhir Pass
Singshore Suspension Bridge
Lam Pokhri
Rabdentse Bird Park
Eco tourism of Dhuppi karjee
Rose Garden Solophok
Bon Monastery
Char Dham Temple
Singalila Pass
Talung Glacier