NH10: A Mesmerizing Route Connecting Indo-Bangladesh Border to Gangtok!

North east India is home to the National Highway-10 (NH10), formerly known as the NH31A, which connects Gangtok to the Indo-Bangladesh border. The length of the NH10 is 174 kilometres (km). The NH10 crosses Sikkim and West Bengal. The NH10 is crucial for easing travel and promoting regional development and is maintained by the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL).

Route NH10 and significant cities
The NH10 travels from the border between India and Bangladesh via a number of towns and cities before arriving at Gangtok, Sikkim, its eventual destination.

Phulbari: The highway starts in Phulbari, which is the boundary between India and Bangladesh. In this border region, trade and cultural interactions are common.

Siliguri: The NH10 continues into Siliguri, which acts as a centre for transit, linking several areas of the area.

The NH10 passes through Kalimpong, a well-known tourist resort, as it travels through West Bengal.

Rangpo: After entering Sikkim, the NH10 comes to Rangpo, a town that is on the boundary of the Sikkim and West Bengal provinces of Pakyong and Kalimpong. Rangpo is home to the Atal Setu, the longest road bridge in Sikkim built by NHIDCL.

Gangtok: Gangtok is the last stop on the NH10.

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