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Mizoram :- Aizawl

Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram, is situated at about 1132 metres above sea level. It is a beautiful and bustling 112-year-old city set on ridges of steep hills. Flanked on the north by the craggy peaks of Durtlang, the hill city overlooks the sylvan valley of the river Tlawng and ranges of blue hills beyond. Once a remote village used as a British army fort, Aizawl has grown into a picturesque and peaceful city. It is air-linked by daily Air India Service from Kolkata and Guwahati and also Air Deccan from Kolkata. It is also connected to Imphal by air and is accessible from Shillong, Guwahati and Silchar by road.

The places of interest include:
  • State Museum at Macdonald Hill
  • Beraw Tlang Tourist Complex
  • Aizawl Zoological Park
  • PTC Lungverh
  • Durtlang Hills
  • K.V.I. Handloom & Handicraft Sales Emporium, Zarkawt
  • MAHCO Show Room, Treasury Square
  • ZOHANDCO Show Room, ChaltlangHorticulture Centre, Chite
  • David’s Kitchen, Chandmari
  • Eureka Restaurant, Treasury Square
  • Hot Ice Restaurant, Treasury Square
  • Chickenland, Treasury Square
  • Blue Table Restaurant, near Children’s Park
  • Glenary’s Bakery & Snack Bar
  • Curry Pot, Khatla
  • Crown Restaurant, Temple Square
  • Silvermoon, Chanmari
  • Zote Bakery, Dawrpui
Shopping Centres:
  • New Market, Bara Bazar
  • Ritz Market, Bazar Bungkawn
  • Solomon’s Cave, Zodin Square
  • Millenium Centre, Dawrpui
  • Lalbuaia Shopping Complex, Zarkawt
  • T.S. Market, Chhinga Veng
  • UTI(Axis)
  • SBI- Solomon’s Cave Building, Dawrpui Branch, Bawngkawn Branch, Mission Veng Branch
  • Mizoram Co-operative Bank, near Vanapa Hall
  • Mizoram Rural Bank, Tuikhuahtlang
  • Vijaya Bank, Bazar Bungkawn
  • United Commercial Bank, Dawrpui
  • Mizoram Urban Co-operative Bank, Zarkawt
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