Siding village at 1700 meters from the sea level has just over 150 houses. The village is inhabited by indigenous communities of Gurungs, Tamangs and they are accompanied by small number of Khas and Brahmins. The village sustains majorly on the but however the village as well generates income via tourism as well as remittance sent by the one’s in the British Gurkha army. On the other hand, honey hunting and freshwater fishing is popular source of income in the village. Homestays are more common in this village and the teahouse trend has yet not picked up.