Takdah has a great Orchid Center spread across vast stretch of area. It's about half a kilometer from the market area towards 6th mile. Here you can see many different kinds of unusual and colorful Himalayan Orchids being cultivated and grown. Many tourists come to Takdah particularly to visit the Orchid Center.
The Orchid Center which was one of the best in Asia, was neglected for a long time. But now the state government has taken a fresh initiative to revive the center.
The runglee rungliot tea estate is one of the oldest in the country. Come experience a tea explosion while living in this 4 bedroom villa within the tea estate. The villa also has a large dining area, living room, a cards room, an indoor games room, an outdoor gazebo and an inbuilt sauna room ! Each of the rooms have an extended balcony with a view. This is best suited for 8 people who are looking for a local experience.
The Runglee Rungliot Tea Estate is one of the oldest in the country and will definitely provide you with a local tea explosion; an experience you will not forget. The best way to get here is through Siliguri, using the national highway which goes through Gangtok this is a shorter route. It is best advised to drive down during day light.
Peshok Tea Garden is one of the Sight Seen From Takdah where tourist visit the Peshok Tea Garden and enjoys the beautiful scene at Tea Garden. The Peshok Tea garden village is located in Rangli Rangliot Tehsil of Darjiling district in West Bengal, India. It is situated 5.3km away from sub-district headquarter Takdah.
LAMAHATTA VILLAGE is very well connected to Darjeeling, Kamlimpong state highway. The beauty of the place is further enhanced by a new garden developed recently surrounded by prayer flags and wide variety of flowers and orchids to lure tourists.
Surrounded by greenery and rivers amidst picturesque terraced farmland, LAMAHATTA is a small mountain village that now boasts of an upcoming eco tourism destination.
Dechhen Pema Tshoiling Monastery or Takdah MOnastery located at Takdah near a steep uphill boulder road after the market area leads to a steep stairway. You will need to climb several flights of stairs to reach up to the Monastery. But once there, the views are awesome. From here you can get sweeping view of Rungli Rungliot Tea Gardens, Teesta Valley Tea Estate and Durpin Dara View Point, Kalimpong etc.
The monastery was built in 1985 and follows the Buddhist Nyingma sect. Lama Karma Gyaltchen was in charge and head monk of the monastery until 2007.