Positioned in the northern part of West Bengal, the township is a key centre to access north-eastern region of India. The habitation of Siliguri is concentrated on the banks of the Mahananda River. Owing to the beautiful surroundings, forest reserves, wide Himalayan ranges and extended river banks, the destination offers plenty of sightseeing opportunities.
Sevoke Coronation Bridge, a heritage bridge constructed during British Empire is one of the highlights of the town. The bridge over fast flowing river Teesta connects Salugara and Kalijhora. The township houses renowned worship centres of the region such as Salugara Monastery, Kalchakra Monastery, Kali Mandir and ISKCON Hare Krishna Mandir. The Salugara monastery attracts pilgrims from across the world due to 100 ft stupa, founded by Kalu Rinpoche.
Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary, situated 10 km from the township is among the most frequented tourist spots. Moreover, adventure enthusiasts can also head towards Alipurduar Sub-Division of Jalpaiguri District, to visit Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary. This sanctuary is renowned for one-horned rhinoceros, which are on a verge of extinction.