White Hill is a two-storeyed building that is a permanent venue for the flower show held in Sikkim. The surrounding hill is often clad in a blanket of sparkling snow, lending a picturesque quality to the structure. The flower show that draws tourists and locals alike displays beautiful varieties of rhododendrons and orchids. The building itself is a historically significant monument and incorporates the sensibilities of typical British architecture. White Hall also houses a badminton court and an officer's club. The best time to visit this place is from March to May and from October to Mid-December. The total time required for sightseeing is two to three hours and one can reach here via bus, taxis and other road transport.

White Hill was built in 1932 and named after the first British political mandarin in Sikkim, J Claude White. 

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