Located on the outskirts of Siliguri, the Salugara Monastery is the most frequently visited place in the city. This Buddhist shrine is visited by tourists for meditation, and was made by Tibetan monks and followers of religious leader Dalai Lama.
The monastery, situated amid verdant forests and mountainous terrains, is frequented by monks and travellers year-round. This monastery also known as The Great International Tashi Gomang Stupa and is situated just 6 km away from the main town. This monastery also contains five kinds of Buddhist relics. Its major highlight is the 100 ft. tall stupa - founded by the famous Tibetan Lama Kalu Rinpoche. This stupa is considered sacred for the five types of Buddha relics.