Nathula, one of the greatest streets on the planet, is a mountain pass in the Himalayan pinnacles that co-joins Sikkim and China. Arranged on the Indo-Tibetan boundary 14450 ft. above ocean level, Nathu La is one of the main Himalayan passes in the country. Nathu signifies 'listening ears', and La signifies 'pass'. Nathula is one of the three open exchanging line posts among India and China and is well known for its pleasant surroundings and delightful climate. The temperature here stays low most of the year, and it turns into a focal point for sightseers during summer.