The Rong Lungten Lee closely resembles the traditional house of the Lepcha sect at Namprikdang. It is situated at a distance of 8 km from the town of Mangan. Rare collections of the artefacts of the Lepcha community are displayed in this house.
The house is divided into three parts. The ceiling is called phodong which means attic. This portion is used to store valuable and antique items which are displayed to the visitors. The house is open throughout the year and is often visited by many domestic as well as foreign tourists.
The Namprikdang is located at the confluence of two rivers – Kanaka and Teesta. The beauty of flora and fauna here is a sight to be admired.