This was the second capital of the erstwhile Kingdom after Yuksom and till the
year 1814 A.D., the King of Sikkim ruled from this place. Today, the ruins lie
hidden from the main road at a walking distance from the Pemayangtse Monastery.
The scenic view from the top of the ruins scanning across the valley to the
mystic heights of Khang-chen-Dzonga range is something to be cherished and
etched in memory.
Dubdi Monastry | Rabdentse | Pemayangste Monastry
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