The Buddhist Pilgrimage Circuit, a unique way of experiencing the cult of Tibetan Buddhism surrounding the areas of Kalimpong and Sikkim, covers most historic sites that are sacred to Buddhists following a certain order. This pilgrimage starts at Dubdi Monastery in Yuksom and moves on to Norbugang Chorten--the site where the first Chogyal of this Himalayan Kingdom was coroneted in 1642. After visiting these places, devotees and tourists proceed to view the 17th century ruins of Rabdentse as well as the Pemayangtse Monastery, which lies in Pelling. The other places in this circuit are Sanga Choeling Monastery, which was built in1697 and is located near Pelling and the magical Khecheopalri Lake—which is considered as scared by both Hindus and Buddhists. This sparkingly clean lake is known for its wish fulfilling abilities.