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Aizawl is the capital city of Mizoram, situated at a height of about 1132 m above sea level. The city also serves as the cultural and political centre of the state. Aizawl, set on the ridges of steep hills, provides a picturesque view of the lush green mountains and the valleys below. An Aizwal tour is recommended to all those who are interested in enjoying a peaceful holiday amidst serene nature.
There are many worth visiting tourist places in and around Aizawl. Located in the centre of the town, the Mizoram State Museum is one of the most visited places of the city that exhibits an extensive array of curiosities related to Mizo culture, traditions and history. The Vantawng Waterfalls, perched at a height of 750 m, is another attractive tourist spot that is located 137 km away from Aizawl. Popular as the 13th highest waterfalls in India, the Vantawng Waterfalls is a must visit for every traveller coming to Aizawl. Palak Lake, a beautiful water body, surrounded by dense forests is another eye-catching tourist attraction of Aizawl.
Located at a distance of 229 km from Aizawl, Phawngpui, the highest mountain peak in Mizoram is a highly regarded site to be visited. Also known as the 'Blue Mountain', this peak is well-known for orchids and rhododendrons. Phawngpui homes an important wildlife sanctuary within its ranges known as Phawngpui National Park which is equally famous.
Tamdil Lake, Luangmual Handicrafts Centre and Weaving Centre are some of the other places of interest in Aizawl. Besides sightseeing, shopping at Bora Bazar, trekking at Champai, and savouring the local cuisines are some of the things to do in Aizawl.