Mangan -Spend moments of solitude in Northeast IndiaMangan, an extremely prosperous tourist destination, is the headquarters of North Sikkim district. North Sikkim is the largest district in terms of area, and Mangan falls in the southern part of this district. The city is 67 km from Gangtok and well connected to the surrounding places.Mangan is also the gateway to the Tibet Plateau, situated at an altitude of 3236 feet above the sea level. This plateau extends to a large part of Tibet's autonomous region, apart from the Qinghai province in western China and Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir. Also, Mangan spreads in the far north to Lachung, Chungthang, and Lachen. Mangan is known for the three-day music festival held every year from 12 to 14 December. Apart from this, Mangan Food Festival is also famous for selling traditional music and local handicrafts. All these together make this city even more interesting. Apart from this region, music bands from neighboring states also participate in this festival. When music melts in Fiza during the cold season, the atmosphere becomes very charming.If a Nepali or Tibetan Mangan comes to visit, the language will not be a hindrance to them, because many languages, including Nepali and Bhootiya, are the official languages of Mangan. Unlike other places of Sikkim, the residents here speak many languages. Nepali, Bhutia, Lepcha, Limbu, Newari, Rai, Gurung, Mangar, Sherpa, Tamang, and Sunwar are prominent in these languages.