Champhai Travel and Tourism Guide

Champhai is a place of business gateway between India and Myanmar. The district is located at an altitude of 1,678 metres above sea level. Champhai is situated along step farms of rice and  is also known as The Rice Bowl of Mizoram. Champhai is believed to be one of the oldest existing district in Mizoram.

Set in the beautiful state of Mizoram with its colourful tribal traditions, orchids and butterflies, Champhai boasts a fabulous view of the Myanmar hills. It covers an area of 3,198 sq km and has a population of 101,400. This frontier district has a special place in the history of the tiny north-eastern state and its people. It is said that the history of Mizo starts from Champhai and ends in Champhai. Major towns are Ngopa, Khawhai and Khawzawl. It is a fast developing venue on the Indo-Myanmar border. The famous Rohdil Lake is only 22 km away from the town of Champhai. Champhai is a bustling commercial town at the Indo-Myanmar border, in the beautiful state of Mizoram, 192 km from the capital Aizawl. Champhai offers a wonderful view of the Myanmar hills. A storehouse of ancient relics, monuments and memorials connected with legends and folklores, Champhai has a background of rich heritage. The small hamlets around the town are dotted with monuments and monoliths that depict success in war, valorous hunting, personal distinctions and achievements.Champhai has a salubrious climate and a number of tourist attractions. A picturesque spot here is the Champhai valley located towards the base of the town. A chain of green hills encircle luxuriant rice fields, which add to the beauty of this place.


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