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Aizawl

 
Place : Aizawl, Mizoram
Altitude : 400ft. above sea level
Rainfall : 3,000 m
Temperature : Summer : Max : 30o C Min: 20oC
Winter :  Max : 21o C   Min 11o C
Significance : The state capital of Mizoram State, Aizawl is famous for its natural beauty.
Best Season : October - March
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Aizwal, the state capital of Mizoram is famous for its natural beauty, clean and fresh air. Located at an altitude of 400ft. above sea level, the Tropic of Cancer runs through the heart of this city.

Perched on the central ridge in the middle part of the state, the 112 year old city stands out like a huge citadel. Surrounded by deep green valley of River Tuirial on the east, Tlawng River on the west and the beautiful Durtlang Hills lie on the north makes Aizawl is an ideal hill-resort. Literally means the land of highlanders, most of Aizawl embraced Christianity and one can see churches in every neighbourhood.

Geographically blessed with natural beauty with exotic flora and fauna, Aizawl is famous for its handicrafts. Although, the largest city in Mizoram, Aizwal is still very remote but the influence of the modern world can be seen very clearly. The Assam Rifles Centre, the administrative buildings and Raj Bhavan are situated here.

Tourist attractions in and around Aizawl

Mizoram State Museum

It is at McDonald's hill, in the centre of Aizawl town. This small museum contains the historical relics, ancient costumes, a collection of weapons, musical instruments and Mizo traditional implements. It also has a gallery of displaying the tribal textiles of Mizoram. Open Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5 pm. Saturday 9am to 1 pm. , Entry Fee : Adults Rs 5, children Rs 2

Bara Bazar

It is the main shopping centre in Aizawl. One can get garments, cosmetics, vegetables, Handicrafts etc from here. From the the Weaving Centre above the Bata Shoe Shop, one can see the women at their looms weaving traditional shawls.

Luangmual Handicrafts centre

The ceremonial bamboo hat 'Khumbeu' is made at Luangmual Handicrafts centre, using waterproof wild' Hnahthial' leaves. Situated in Luangmual village 7 km away from the weaving centre, it provides it's visitors to see Mizo's handicrafts items.

Durtlang Hills

Situated on the northern side of Aizawl, the hill offers a fine view of Aizawl township.

Mini Zoological Garden

Situated on a hill called Bethlehem Vengthlang, it is a home to species of animals and birds which are mostly found in the hilly regions of Mizoram. The main attraction is the endangered Sun Bear.

Berawtlang Tourist Complex

Around seven km from Aizawl is Berawtlang Tourist Complex famous for fun picnics.

There are facilities of accommodation in tourist cottages and various Cultural /Heritage Fairs and Festivals are also held here.

Bung and Paikhai

Paikhai is an ideal picnic spot, it is situated around 16 km north of Aizawl. Bung Picnic Spot (15km) is adjacent to this place.

Sairang

It is a beautiful village situated about 19 km west of Aizawl on National Highway 54. Situated on the banks of Tlawng River, the place draws a large number of tourists.

Rungdil (lake of partridge) Lake

Located about 150 km from Aizawl, it is a manmade lake. Sprawls over an area of about 3 hectares, it comprises two lakes, separated by a narrow stretch of land. Surrounded by lush green deciduous forests the lake was the home to a large number of partridges. Boating facility is available at Rungdil.







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