The hilly villages of North Bengal are thronged during the summer holidays. To stay away from the scorching sun, many went to the villages of Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Karshiang. Now the number of offbeat places is also not decreasing. But it is difficult to find a vacant homestay in those places during summer holidays. So many people look for a place where they can find natural peace and solitude. One such sweet spot is in Kalimpong. Chisang in Kalimpong. Cloud-covered Sisang is like a heaven on earth.
This Chisang is located at a distance of 55 km from Malbazar. But Duriyas must reach this Sisang. Distance from New Jalpaiguri to Chisang is 106 km. It takes 4 hours by car. Baren to Chisang in Durias. From Barren the road is slightly uphill. But you will forget all the tiredness when you reach Sisang. Chisang may go away from you. This Sisong is hidden in the lap of Tendu Valley. Although Sisong is very close to the Bhutan border. This hill village is 4 km from Bhutan border.
Chisang is a peaceful village in the lap of green hills. Once you reach Chisang, you will be far away from the noise of the city. The mountains of Bhutan lie ahead. If you stretch your hand you can touch the border of Bhutan. Even Doklam and Nathula mountains can be seen sitting on Sisang Homestay. However, one should stay at Chisang only during the full moon night. Chisang is decorated in the light of the full moon. Tabekola flows very close to Sisang. One side of this chessboard is Chisang and the other is Bhutan. Sichang has a very sparse population. But the cultivation of orchids and natural crops here adds to the beauty of Chisang. Cardamom is mainly cultivated here.
From Chisang you can visit the Duars and various hill villages of North Bengal. From Chisang you can go to Tode, Tangda, Rangpo, Dalgaon, Jalang, Bindu, Baren, Buddhumba. Besides, Dulgaon View Point, Dode Bazaar and Tangda Buddhumba are very close to Sisang. However, it is better to come to Sisang and spend some quiet time. No sound can be heard here except the chirping of birds. And in natural surroundings, your eyes and mind will connect.
There is no share car service from Tod Bazaar to Chisang. So, you need to rent a car. Car fare from New Jalpaiguri is Rs.4,000 to Rs.5,000. If you rent a car from Mall Junction, it will cost around Tk 2,500. There are quite a few homestays to stay in Sisang. 1,500 to 2,500 taka per person for food and accommodation from there. Chisang has two options. Jalang and Bindu. If going to Sisang via Bindu, return via Jalang.