From Pangong Lake to Magnetic Hill, Popular Must-See Tourist Spots in Ladakh


Actress Kirti Kulhari recently posted some photos on Instagram, sharing her experience of her cycling trip to Leh and Ladakh. We’re pretty sure biking in Leh-Ladakh is on everyone’s bucket list.

If you are also one of those people who always wanted to visit this place at least once, we are here to tell you about some of the popular tourist destinations in Ladakh that you should not miss.

Pangong Tso: Pangong Lake is located at high altitude and is well known for its breathtaking views. This lake is 150 kilometers from Leh and can be reached via Changla Pass. The blue water of this lake will soothe your eyes. To get here you need an Inner Line permit, and the best months to go are from April to September.

Khardungla Pass – This location is notable for serving as the gateway to the highest battlefield in the world, the Nubra Valley and the Siachen Glacier. To enter this area you also need a restricted area permit and an inside line permit. You can get there by navigating the zigzag hairpin road.

Nubra Valley – The unique feature of Nubra Valley is that it has one of the highest roads in the world, connecting India with the rest of the world. In addition to hotels, you can stay in tents and camps here. To get here you will also need a permit. Ladorma, which translates to ‘Valley of Flowers’, was another name for Nubra Valley in the past.

magnetic hill – Magnetic Hill is a must-see place in Ladakh. Here, the theory of gravity is inapplicable. “Phenomenon that Defies Gravity” is written on the sign here. It is often called the magnetic route.

Diskit Monastery – During the month of February each year, Scapegoat takes place here. One of the largest and oldest monasteries in the Nubra Valley is Diskit Monastery or Monastery. This monastery features Tibetan design and architecture.

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