Nestled among the beautiful hills of Panchthar district, Surrounding the area are rivulets running between the hills, forming a spectacular landscape. Fog dances in an interesting hide and seek among the hills, arising from the gorges and disappearing in the sky.
Roads of this area run through the middle of the residential area, and every house has a power supply. This village comprises of tidy and small houses. Residents of this area are involved in agriculture and animal husbandry.
People come to Miklajung to take a break from their busy lives and relieve their stress in the midst of serene nature. This place is full of possibilities for tourism, as visitor can observe beautiful sunrise, well ordered mountains, different districts of the eastern region of the country, and typical hill villages.
Different places of India can also be seen from this place, such as Darjeeling, Sikkim, Kalompong and Siliguri. Lots of efforts are being made for the development of tourism industry in this place.
Miklajung, Lekhgaun and Gumba hills have many possibilities to be developed into a destination for cultural, religious, and natural tourism.
Apart from taking pleasure in the beauty of the surrounding area, people also came here for religious purpose since it is the place where the sage Falgunanda had come for meditation.
Mysterious stony Chamere Cave that is also mentioned in Hindu mythological text Mahabharat lies in here. According to the Kirat folklore, this is the place where sage Sodhungen Lembuhang had saved people from water disaster.
Followers of Kirat religion worship the cave used by their teacher Falgunanda with huge respect. Similarly, shila (stone) of sheshnaag also lies in this place. This place is perfect for those who want to explore the nature and study natural ecosystem. Different endangered species of flora and fauna are available in this place.