Ban jhakri Falls is a natural waterfall irrigated by higher-elevation springs. The cascade reaches a height of around 30 meters. For such a park, two acres of forest area were cleaned and developed. As a result, the park was transformed into a tourist attraction honoring Sikkim’s shamanic traditions. A man-made lake with a dragon in the center, gazebos, jhakri sculptures, and statues of the ancestors of the Lyam Lymay, Mangpas, and Lepcha peoples of Sikkim are some of the park’s features. In covered enclosures, jhakri, Bongthing, Phedangba, and Bijuwa sculptures can be found. Paved roads and footbridges make their way through the groomed garden, which is full of decorative trees and flowers including ardesia, acer, poinsettia, camellia, angelica, hydrangea, and tebuchinie.