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Owing to its location, Siliguri enjoys a much pleasant weather than the central and southern parts of West Bengal. During the summer months (March to May), temperature here hardly crosses 38°C.


style="font-family: tahoma, arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: small;">The monsoon season stretches from the month of June to September. Heavy downpours affect the city, frequently cutting off access to the neighbouring state-Sikkim as well as the nearest hill stations. Winters (November to February) are moderately cool with temperatures around 15°C. It may see sometimes dip down to as low as 3°C with dense fog and light rainfall. The climate is highly conducive to the growth of tea as is evident from several tea gardens dotting the area.  The period between mid-September to mid-December and March to May (summer) is the best time for visiting Siliguri.

How To Reach

By Road:

Regular bus service connects Siliguri with Kolkata. The Siliguri Bus Station is located very conveniently at the center of the town. Siliguri is 86 kms from Darjeeling and 114 kms from Gangtok.Bus service runs between Siliguri and Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Bhutan is also linked to Siliguri by bus service.

By Air:

The Bagdogra Airport is only 14 km from the heart of the city and provides access to almost all major Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Guwahati. Siliguri is connected to Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim by helicopter. Kolkata is the closest International Airport to Siliguri (600 kms). 

By Rail:

New Jalpaiguri (NJP) and Siliguri Junction are the two main railways stations in Siliguri apart from Siliguri Town. NJP connects the town with other parts of the country through long-distance trains like Kanchankanya Express (up to Sealdah) and Mahananda Express (up to New Delhi) while Siliguri Junction primarily have short distance meter gauge line trains. 


Siliguri is a land truly blessed by the beauty of nature. Well known for its three T’s – Tourism, Timber and Tea – the city of Siliguri is located in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal. Tourism is the lifeblood of this picturesque town. Siliguri happens to be one of the most strategically placed cities in the globe as it is connected to three International borders- Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh. It is also the sole rail and road link to the north eastern part of the country. As a result of its location, the town boasts of a rich heritage which is born out of a mixed culture, religion and tongue.


The rare glimpse of the mighty Kanchenjunga, the foothills shrouded by lush green forests and the gurgling streams are the main attractions here. They attract many visitors to this town with its magnetic charm. Surrounded by hills, forests, valleys and gardens, you feel close to nature here.


This small city is also a shopper’s paradise. Siliguri is famous for its farm fresh tea, clothes and handicrafts, especially handspun materials. Take a rickshaw ride around the city and make sure you stop at various food stalls on the road side to dig into a sumptuous plate of steaming chow or momo.