Sanga choeling monastery is a prominent monastery in Sikkim, nestled in a scenic location with fluttering prayer flags and a serene atmosphere. It is one of Sikkim’s oldest and most important Buddhist sanctuaries, and it also has a beautiful view of the snow-capped peaks. Sanga choeling is reported to have been founded in 1697 by Gyalwa Lhatsun Chempo, a Tibetan Buddhist disciple of the Nyingma school. The antique wall murals, statues, unusual clay figures, and texts may all be seen inside this exquisite monastery. Other notable precious antiques are also kept on the site of the Sanga choeling Monastery, which was remodeled following a fire.