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Lunglei Mountains

The Lushai Hills (or Mizo Hills) are a mountain range in Mizoram and Tripura, India. The range is part of the Patkai range system and its highest point is 2,157 m high Phawngpui, also known as 'Blue Mountain. The hills are for the most part covered with dense bamboo jungle and rank undergrowth; but in the eastern portion, owing probably to a smaller rainfall; open grass-covered slopes are found, with groves of oak and pine interspersed with rhododendrons. The Blue Mountain is the highest peak in Lushai hills.

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Place of Interest / Things to do
Darkhuang Tlang

Darkhuang Tlang, or literally "Gong Mountain" is located in Pukpui village about 7 kms from Lunglei. This is the place where Darphawka, a Mizo prophet of the late nineteenth century used to "talk with the spirits" who showed him visions of future events including the coming of the Christian missionaries, saying "White men shall come from beyond the great seas and you should heed their words".

Phunhnawma Lungpui

Literally "Phunhnawma's Rock", it is located in Lungpuitlang village, 106 km to the east of Lunglei and quite close to the Myanmar border. It is a large rock with a dimension of about 60 metres and a height of roughly 26.60 metres. Situated on the top of a breezy hill with an altitude of 5058 ft, Phunhnawma Lungpui serves as an excellent look-out offering panoramic views of the surrounding areas including the hill ranges of western Myanmar.

  • Near Co-Operative, Middle Sichey Gangtok, East Sikkim, India, 737101