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Read on and find out some interesting facts about the stunning city of Aizawl, sited in the northeastern part of India.


Location: Aizawl District, Mizoram
300 C (Maximum), 200 C (Minimum)
Winters: 210 C (Maximum), 110 C (Minimum)
Best Time to Visit: October to May
Nearest Airport: Lengpui Airport
Nearest Railhead: Barirabi Railway Station (168 km)
Must Visits: Mizoram State Museum, Durtlang Hills, Bung, Paikhai and Tamdil Lake.
Language Spoken: Mizo, English
STD Code: 0389

Aizawl is a bustling town in the remote northeast part of India. It is the scenic capital of the northeastern state of Mizoram. It is the largest city in the whole state with an area of 3576 square kilometers. Aizawl literally stands for "the home of the highlanders", which has been rightly proved by the beauty and people of the city. The city comes under the administrative district of Aizawl and is thus, the center of all prominent government offices, state assembly house and civil secretariat. Aizawl is positioned at an altitude of 1,132 meters above the sea level, on the north of Tropic of Cancer. The city makes a nature delight with River Tlawng flowing softly in the east and serrated hills of Durtlang in its north. Aizawl has a rich tribal cultural burlesque and is blessed with natural beauty. It is well known for its exotic handicrafts worldwide.

Due to its location, Aizawl has a humid subtropical climate with mild summers (200 C - 300 C) and cool winters (110 C - 210 C). The best time to visit this naturally blessed town is from the month of October to May. The whole state of Mizoram was the part of Assam until 1987, when it became a specific Union Territory. Although it is located in the remote areas of north-east of India, it is well connected to the other parts of India. Lengpui Airport is situated near Aizawl that connects it with other cities' airport like Kolkata's Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport and Guwahati Airport by various connecting flights. By road, you can reach Aizawl through National Highway 54 that connects Silchar, National Highway 40 that connects Agartala and National Highway 150 that links Imphal.

Tourism is one of the prominent businesses for Aizawl but most of its economy is sustained by government services and several major banks. Aizawl has some remarkable picturesque landscapes, which ideally attracts nature lovers to this remotely located tourist destination. It is an eminent religious and cultural hub for people of Mizoram called Mizos. Apart from the landscapes, it boasts of a variety of other places famous for sightseeing like Bara Bazar (shopping paradise), Luangmual Handicrafts Centre (for handicrafts), Mizoram State Museum, Durtlang Hills, Bung (a picnic spot), Paikhai and Tamdil Lake. If you wish to have a peaceful vacation far away from the tootles of metropolitan cities, take a trip to this enchanting place.

Best Time To Visit Aizawl
A trip to Northeastern India is incomplete without a visit to the picturesque capital city of Mizoram, Aizawl. To experience the rich tribal culture and vibrant essence of Northeast, you must visit Aizawl - The Home of the Highlanders.

How To Reach Aizawl
Nestled in the corner of the north-eastern region of the country, Aizawl is a picturesque dale and a perfect holiday destination for the tourists. With its sub-tropical climate, mesmerizing views, friendly atmosphere and colorful culture,

Places To See In Aizawl
Surrounded by the Tuirial and the Tlawng rivers and lush green gorges with fragrant blooms that add color to the landscape, Aizawl is not just the capital but the pride of Mizoram. This tiny little hill state is not just know for its salubrious weather,

Shopping In Aizawl
Aizawl is a simple city that effortlessly bowls you over with its incredible charm and beautiful landscape. Contoured hills, colored rhododendrons, clear blue skies and swirling mist elevates the beauty of this scenic place to dizzying heights. The quaint city of Aizawl