The village of Lunghthung-Dhupidara located at almost 13000 feet is perched on a hilltop with panoramic views of Mt. Kanchenjungha on one side and the winding roads of Zuluk on the other. Thambi View Point which offers a great bird’s eye view of Mt. Kanchenjungha and the whole of Eastern Himalayas is within a kilometre of Lunthung-Dhupidara village. From January to April the whole of Lungthung-Dhupidara is virtually buried in snow and the only colour you can see is white. The mountain slopes and valleys are drenched in a riot of colours around Lungthung-Dhupidara from July to September when the wild flowers bloom. There are few homestays in Lungthung-Dhupidara which has recently been made available to the tourists. The home-stays are clean with all basic comforts and attached Western Bathrooms and great views of snow capped mountains.The site offers abode to different species of pheasant such as monal pheasant, khaleez pheasant and blood pheasant. Along with this, tourists can also spot red panda, the national animal of Sikkim, at this site.