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Gangtok Travel Guide - Sikkim India

Check out my website for more food http://migrationology.com/ | Have Facebook? https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Gangtok, located in the Sikkim provinc…

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  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    Gangtok, Sikkim, India – Things to do and what to see

  • Karma Tenpa 4 years ago

    nepal hercules are outta ur freakin mind….go learn some history “sikkim
    part of nepal”!!!.??? wtf??….we were a nation since 1600 and merged with
    india in 1975…just because its near to u and few peoplw speak nepalese
    dosnt mean we were a part of nepal….think research and write….

  • rajju mgr 4 years ago

    Momo <3

  • nepalihercules 4 years ago

    it’s different because it’s technically a part of nepal. after the british
    left, all the treaty with the british was made void. sikkim was given to
    british india by nepal as part of the treaty. since the british left, the
    treaty was nullified and nepal was supposed to get the land back. but the
    nepalese government were too scared to ask for it and indians kept it.
    that’s why a lot of people in sikkim speak nepalese.

  • Pitchapa Chomduang 4 years ago

    Thank you MARK.

  • evoGage 4 years ago

    The scenery reminds my of Uncharted 2!

  • Tamding Bhutia 4 years ago

    Onr of the finest travel videos that I have seen so far depecting our state
    Sikkim. It would be really nice if other parts of Sikkim was also covered
    such as the trekking routes in west sikkim. Thank you very much for this
    woderful clip. Best Regards: Tamding

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    Thank you very much. I think it’s mostly a tourist attraction (I especially
    saw other Indian tourists taking it), but at the same time, it does save a
    kilometer of uphill climbing! It was scary!!!

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    Thanks David. A DBH/Migrationology tour of Kazakhstan sounds fantastic, we
    do need to do something like that soon (and with our wives)!

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    Another awesome video! Mark thank you for showing all of us this unique
    place. We have to do a DBH/Migrationology tour through Kazakhstan or some
    place like that 🙂

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    Thank you Andy!!

  • DesiGirlMita16 4 years ago

    The cable car is called Ropeway in Gangtok

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    Hey Claudio, I was thinking of doing a video and trying to get some of you
    to give me a video response, would love to see some of you eating too! I’ll
    try to put something together like that!

  • 777cpt . 4 years ago

    Your facial expressions are priceless

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    You’re welcome Pitchapa, thank you for watching!

  • Yetty Chamalian 4 years ago

    I am drooling watching you eat in this video. Very well done, Mark!

  • itzii sarii 4 years ago

    come to mexico =)

  • Andy Li 4 years ago

    200th video! Congratulations Mark, keep them coming.

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    Great!

  • Hinderon 4 years ago

    you are my favorite Youtuber 🙂 . funny face = awesome food 😀

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    Ok, glad you found it, thank you!

  • Emma Applegate 4 years ago

    If that were the case, I think I might just throw up….weak stomach.

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    Yes, it really is, it’s much more like Nepal than main India.

  • Mark Wiens 4 years ago

    You’re welcome Emma, thank you for watching! Gangtok is a very interesting
    place and it’s hard to believer you’re in India, it’s so different!

  • Saptarsi Das 4 years ago

    Hey Mark, congratulations on uploading the 200th video! 🙂