Considered as one of the fastest growing towns in Mizoram, Siaha is a nice blend of nature’s wonderful bounty and urban vibes of a city. Nestled amid the lush mountains, this is a place where you can touch clouds and watch the shimmering crisp skies transform into various magical hues. 

People who love angling will find Siaha their dream come true. Talking about its etymology, Siaha is made out of two words Sia and Ha meaning elephant and tooth respectively - meaning elephant tooth.

Best Time to Visit Siaha

If you are wondering what is the best time to visit Siaha then let us inform you, due to the favorable climatic conditions, the months between November and May are considered quite apt to travel to Siaha.

History of Siaha

There is not much to know about Siaha historically. It was earlier an integral part of the Chhimtuipui District. And when in 1998, the district was split in half, one part was named as Siaha, and the other was called by its old name i.e. Chhimtuipui District. 

Interestingly, It is also believed that this was the place where a large number of Elephant Teeth were found at one point in time. However, there are no mythological stories about them.

Major Attractions in and Around Siaha

1. Palak Wildlife Sanctuary

Considered to be one of the best travel destinations near Siaha, this sanctuary lies 130 km south of Siaha. With amazing biodiversity, the charm of this sanctuary is just too strong to resist. If you love photography and are a fan of wildlife, then this should be on the top of your travel bucket list.

2. Palak Lake

Also known as Pala Tipo i.e. swallowing lake, this lake is situated in the Phura village which is just a few kilometers away from Siaha. Palak Dil is also considered to be the largest lake in Mizoram and geographically comes under the Indo-Burma biodiversity hotspot. So, if you are a wildlife lover, this place will surely make you fall in love with it.

3. Visit Churches

This place has got a number of churches that carry a subtle spiritual aura. So, if you want to explore the local culture of Siaha then, why not start by exploring and discovering the charm of these amazing churches offering prayers to the almighty.

4. Blue Mountain

Phawngpui, also known as the Blue Mountain, is a must-visit travel destination in Siaha. It is located in the Lawngtlai district and is loaded with nature’s extreme bounty. The stunning views of this place will leave your heart wanting more.

How to Reach Siaha

Siaha is a great place if you want something unique unraveling before your eyes. It is located at a distance of 2,671, 3,517, 1,780, 3,716 km from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru respectively. Here is how you can reach Siaha by the following means of public transportation.

By Air

The nearest airport is the Lengpui Airport (AJL), Aizawl situated (approx) 350 km away. It is considered to be the first largest airport in the country which was built by the state government and is well connected by regular and connecting flights. One of the highlighting features of the airport is that it was constructed in a record time of 2 years and 2 months. From the airport, you will need to book a taxi or avail of some other means of conveyance to reach your destination.

Here is a list of Indian cities from where flights are available to Siaha

By Train

The nearest railway station is the Silchar Railway Station aka Bhasha Railway Station. This particular railhead falls under the jurisdiction of the Northeast Frontier Railway zone of the Indian Railways. It has good connectivity with other Indian cities and nearby regions. From the station, you can easily take a train to reach your respective travel getaway. 

By Road

Siaha is well-connected with well-maintained networks of roadways and national highways to reach here. There are regular buses and taxis available from the nearby cities and regions to Siaha. If you don’t like to travel in the congestion of buses and cabs then you can always choose to travel via your own vehicle. 

  • From Champhai - 378 km via NH2 or Champhai - North Vanlaiphai Rd
  • From Jampui Hills - 527 km via NH108 or NH2
  • From Churachandpur - 600-630 km via NH2 or NH102B

Frequently Asked Questions about Siaha

Q: In which state is Siaha located?
A: Siaha is located in the state of Mizoram, India.

Q: What are some popular places to visit in Siaha?
A: Some popular places to visit in Siaha include the Siaha Local Market, the Siaha District Museum, and the Siaha War Memorial.

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