Arunachal Pradesh Cities



Arunachal Pradesh, known as the 'Land of Dawn-lit-Mountains', is a land of exotic beauty. The scintillating mountains and the enchanting valleys engulfing the different Arunachal Pradesh cities are delights to the tourists.

A tour through the different the cities of Arunachal Pradesh may enable the tourists to capture the serenity of the land. In fact, a tour through the different cities in Arunachal Pradesh reveals the basic cultural pattern and the cult in Arunachal Pradesh.

A brief estimate of the different Arunachal Pradesh cities are as follows:

  • Itanagar:


    • Location - 400 kilometers north-west of Guwahati (Assam).
    • Weather Condition - 40° C to 18° C in summer and 12° C to 5° C in winter.
    • Sightseeing - The Buddhist temple, Ita Fort, Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum, Ganga Lake, Polo Park, etc.
    • Places around Itanagar - Shillong, Tinisukia, Namsai, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Nagaon, Tezpur, and Aizwal, Agartala, Imphal, Kohima, etc.
    • Nearest Airport - Lilabari in Assam (67 kilometers from Itanagar).
    • Nearest Railhead - Harrmoty in Assam (33 kilometers from Itanagar).


  • Akashiganga:
    • Location - 12 kilometers from Malinithan, West Siang District.
    • Sightseeing - The Sacred Kund.
    • Places around Akashiganga - Along, Likabali, Malinithan, Guwahati, etc.
    • Nearest Airport - Leelbari or Dibrugarh, Assam.


  • Bhismaknagar:
    • Location - Dibang Valley district.
    • Sightseeing - Archaeological ruins of Bhismaknagar Fort, Dibang Valley, etc.
    • Nearest Airport - Mohanbari in Dibrugarh, Assam.
    • Nearest Railhead - Tinsukia.


  • Bhalukpong:
    • Location - West Kameng district.
    • Sightseeing - Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, Kaziranga National Park, Tipi Orchidarium, etc.
    • Places around Bhalukpong - Tezpur, Guwahati, etc.
    • Nearest Airport - Tezpur.
    • Nearest Railhead - Rangapara.


  • Bomdila:
    • Location - North-western part of Arunachal Pradesh.
    • Weather Conditions - Alpine weather.
    • Sightseeing - The Nature Around, Craft Centre and Ethnographic Museum, The Orchid Research and Development Station, Buddhist Monastries, Apple Orchards, Twang town, etc.
    • Places around Bomdila - Tezpur, Guwahati, etc.
    • Nearest Airport - Tezpur.
    • Nearest Railhead - Tezpur and Rangapara.


  • Malinithan:
    • Location - 1 kilometer from Likabari.
    • Sightseeing - Ruins of Durga Temple.
    • Places around Malinithan - Likabai, Silapathar, Akashiganga, Leelabari, etc.
    • Nearest Airport - Leelabari or Dibrugarh, Assam.
    • Nearest Railhead - Silapathar, Assam.
These cities at Arunachal Pradesh provide a vivid idea about the people, culture, traditions, dress, religion, and the history of the land. In Arunachal Pradesh, cities are the mirror of the rich cultural heritage prevalent in the territory.





Last Updated on 09 March 2013



     


     

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