Samdruptse complex today has emerged as a major tourist and religious centre of south Sikkim. The complex is

at a height of 7000ft from the sea level and the complex commands a great view of the surrounding areas.

The complex is being connected by a cable car from the town of Namchi and once the cable car is operation the journey to the top of the hill would be one of adventure and scenic beauty. The Samdruptse complex also has a well stocked library of books dealing with Buddhism and religious philosophy and one browse though the rare collection of books. The complex also has a cafeteria, ample car parking space, guest houses and shops which sells different wares

This is situated in Namchi and is around 8 km from the main market. Namchi is located at 27.17°N 88.35°E.[1] It has an average elevation of 1315 metres (4314 feet).Namchi is situated at an altitude of 1,675 m (5500 feet) above sea level. It is situated at a distance of 92 km from the state capital Gangtok and 90 km from the town of Siliguri, the nearest railhead and airport. Namchi lies off the road between Melli and Jorethang. Namchi is well connected to other towns in Sikkim and West Bengal. Jeeps and buses regularly ply between Namchi to Gangtok, Pelling, Jorethang, Kalimpong and Siliguri.

Namchi commands panoramic view of the snow-capped mountains and vast stretches of valley. It is also headquarters of South Sikkim district. The area is fast growing into a tourist destination with its enormous potential for all round tourist activities.

The scenic beauty of watching sunrise and sunset here sets a tourist into the mood to fall in love with the place. Besides this, the hill is also considered to be a hill for fulfilling wishes. Samdruptse in Bhutia language means the hill which fulfills wishes