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Singshore Bridge

Pelling

14.4/5(20 Ratings)

Singshore Bridge Overview

Ranked 3 of 26 sightseeing in Pelling

Singshore Bridge, a 198 metre suspension bridge is located at a short distance of 5 km from Pelling. It is also the highest bridge of Sikkim and second highest gorge bridge in Asia. The Singshore Bridge was built 16 years ago by connecting two hills. It is situated 25 km away from Pemayangtse Monastery. The government of Sikkim is likely to set Bungee jumping activities on the bridge, soon. Close to the bridge lies the Uttarey village, which falls near the Nepal boundary or commonly called as Chia Bhanjyang.

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What travellers are saying about Singshore Bridge

Experience scale
  • Excellent 8
  • Very Good 2
  • Below Average 1
  • Good 1
  • Terrible 0
  • Poor 0
  • Average 0
Travellers recommend
  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: Below 1hr
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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  • Food available for purchaseFood available for purchase
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  • Camera/Video allowedCamera/Video allowed
  • Wearing of shoes/footwear allowedWearing of shoes/footwear allowed

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Reviews and Ratings

Ankur P

Ankur P4.6/5

60 reviews

Amazing experience

Singshore bridge is about half an hour drive from Pelling, pretty close to Dentam town. The drive is scenic and the views of Dentam town in particular are spectacular - it looks like the whole town and its terraced fields are perched on a huge landslide between two tall hills. The bridge is supposed to be the second tallest in Asia, but no one seems to be sure (not even Google). Suffice to say, it's quite high (at least 100 meters). The setting of the bridge is beautiful - tall rediscovered hills on all sides, streams flowing below & around the bridge itself and, wisps of clouds floating here and there. It's an amazing experience walking over the bridge freely (vehicles not allowed right now) with just the sound of water and wind. When you look down, you can see many streams of water converging into a river and rapidly flowing down the hills. Amazing.

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Shubhanjana Das

Shubhanjana Das2.1/5

14 reviews

Asia's Second Highest Bridge

Over-hyped, over-rated and overtly touristy, the much-acclaimed 'Asia's Second Highest Bridge' is a bore. The views are bland, and I wonder if a rock really takes eight seconds to reach the river-bed. Although, the little restaurant at the end of the Bridge is worth a visit for its amazing moms and throwaway prices! So, if you are a momo-lover, a visit to this bridge may only satisfy your palette.

Basab Ray chaudhuri

Basab Ray chaudhuri4.3/5

130 reviews

2nd highest hanging bridge in Asia

Located close to Pelling / Kaluk. This suspension bridge is at a height of 680 ft. Vehicles can ply on the bridge. There is a restaurant adjacent to the bridge where tea and snacks are available.

Amit Ghosh

Amit Ghosh3.6/5

581 reviews

The hanging bridge

This trip adds to the thrill to all the experience gathered. The hanging bridge dwindles with the breeze and you will get awestruck with the wonderful view just below. Do not try looking down if you are afraid of heights and if not enjoy the adventure at a height.

Snigdha Roy

Snigdha Roy5.0/5

7 reviews

Second highest suspension bridge in Asia

Asia's second largest bridge, cold breeze went around. We all arrived at the bridge we take coffee with hot momo and. Impossible to sink vanished impossible to sink vanished in the afternoon, the sunset is coming. When a car passed from the Bridge. The bridge waves. It is very cold December evening. We really enjoy that evening specially children.
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Satyendra Dwivedi

Satyendra Dwivedi5.0/5

49 reviews

Big and very high bridge

Just try standing in centre of bridge and look down! You will have amazing experience. It is very deep down. We got to know from locals that bungee jump was done here for some times.
  • Big and very high bridge

Kaushik Sanyal

Kaushik Sanyal5.0/5

4 reviews

Its too high, will be scared

If you went there then don't see downwards from the Bridge. It's too high and I think it is the World's second highest Bridge. Also, please bring some photographs that will be good enough.

Arijit Paul

Arijit Paul5.0/5

4 reviews

Life time experience on the bridge

That was a life time experience for me. When I looked down from the middle of the bridge it was breath taking view, suggest visiting this bridge if you are in Pelling.

Sukalyan

Sukalyan3.9/5

3 reviews

Good place to be with yourself

One of the oldest rope bridges connecting two mountains. Below you can see the streams of water and bolder rocks. Surrounding it is full of trees and a serene place to spend some time.

Abhijit Gupta

Abhijit Gupta4.6/5

284 reviews

A superb hanging bridge at a very high altitude

Singshore Bridge is one of the favourite attractions for tourists. It is a hanging bridge and a very old one. The hills all around and the ridge looks fabulous from that height. The wind blows heavy and you will surely enjoy the place.

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Singshore Bridge, Pelling

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Mir Darbez

Asia 2nd largest Hanging Bridge
Singshore Bridge, Pelling

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Mir Darbez

Singsore Bridge