Introduction of Mizoram
Mizoram is one of the state of North East India. The name of the Mizoram derived from Mi (People), Zo (Hill) and Ram (Land) and thus Mizoram is known as “land of the hill people”. Mizoram is sharing its borders with neighbouring states Assam, Tripura, Manipur and international borders with Myanmar and Bangladesh. Mizoram is the second least populates state in India and has the highest literacy rate in the country.
Places of Interest in Mizoram
Aizawl is the capital of the state and the largest city of Mizoram. The City is located in the northern part of Mizoram and situated at the height of 3715 feet above sea level. Famous Tourists attractions in Aizawl – The State Museum, the Cultural Sub –Center, Goological Garden, Bung Picnic Spot, Macho Showroom , Treasury Square, Vengthlong, Bethlehem, Bara Bazar, Luangmual Handicrafts Center.
A frontier city of state Mizoram.It is located 192 km away from Aizwal city. The city has a great view of green hills of Myanmar. Some of the most popular tourist spots in Champhai- Murlen National Park, Rih d’il, Lamsial Puk.
Lawngtlai is the district headquarters of Lawngtlai district in the state of Mizoram in India. It is famous for its, hills, wet green forest and wild banana forest.
Lunglei is a town situated in the south-central part of Mizoram state. Its located 165 km away from the Aizawl,capital of the state. FamousTourist attractions in Lunglei – Serkawn, Theiriat Tlang, Nghasih stream, Lung-lei, the stone bridge after which the city is named, Kawmzawl .