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Changlang Tourism 2021

Located on the southeastern corner of the Northeastern state Arunachal pradesh, Changlang is an odd and diverse place for all the tourists of Arunachal pradesh. With the blissful first sunrise rays along with the border of Myanmar, this place is a significant area for the government of the state.

How to reach

The nearest airport in Changlang is in Dibrugarh, Assam which is 136km from the place. You can hire a prepaid taxi or take local transport from the place.

The nearest railway stations are again at Assam,Tinsukia railway station and Margherita railway station at a distance of 96km and 136km respectively.

The roads towards Changlang are also smooth and favorable for a road trip towards the place. 

Best season

The ideal time to visit is from October to March as the climate stays neither too hot nor cold. Although the winters that are the month of January and February are a bit chilly.

About the place

This place is a favorable destination for all types of tourists especially those who are traveling with their family. This place has a lot to offer. The wide range of Landscape and Patkal mountain ranges on the borders of Myanmar are delight to the eyes of the visitors.

The places to visit if you go to Changlang are Namdapha national park, Miao, Jairampur, and Nampong.  Lake of no return, Miao Reserve Forest, Miao Museum and Mini zoo are some other places of major tourists attraction. Overall this place will take half a day or a full day but will make sure that you don’t go away disappointed.

An inner line permit is necessary to enter the state of the northeast which is easily available online at around INR 100-400.

Changlang is a very magnificent place among the tourist places in Arunachal pradesh and supports the economy of Arunachal with its tourism. If you want to relax and enjoy the scenic beauty of the place with a cup of tea in your hand and reading a book then Changlang is the ideal place for you to go. So pack your bags and run away from the cacophony of the cities.

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