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January 04, 2013
Location of Guwahati
Location of Kanha National Park
Guwahati is an urban, metropolitan city in Assam, being one of Indiaís fastest developing cities and a major city in Eastern India. Guwahati is located at a distance of 9 km from Assamís capital city of Dispur. Guwahati is an important commercial and educational hub of Assam and is also known as the City of Temples.
Tourist Attractions in Guwahati
There are many places of interest in Assam, here are a few of them.
River Cruise on the Brahmaputra River
Umananda Temple
Assam State Museum
Urgo Tara Temple
Guwahati Planetarium
Hotels and Accommodation
There is a wide range of options when it comes to accommodation on Guwahati. Tourists can choose from budget hotels and guest houses to star hotels. Most of these hotels and guest houses are centrally located in the city, adding to the comfort of visitors.
How to Reach Guwahati
Here is how you can reach Guwahati:
rail
Rail
Guwahati is served by the Paltan Bazaar Railway Station which is one of the most important railway stations on the North-East Frontier Railway and is well connected to all major cities in India.
road
Road
Guwahati is connected by a strong road network and is connected to cities like Kolkata, Dispur and Darjeeling among others.
Air
Air
Guwahati is served by the LGB International airport, which is located 20 km west of the city centre and is connected to major cities in India, like; Delhi, Kolkata, Imphal and Dibrugarh among others.
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