Tinsukia

Tinsukia is an industrial town in the Indian state of Assam. This city is a gateway to many places of tourist interest in Upper Assam and the district is the end of Assam sharing its boundaries with Arunachal Pradesh. Tinsukia is famous for its endless stretches of tea gardens and historical ruins from the Muttack period.

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Bardubi Village
16 kms from Tinsukia city limits
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Bardubi Village is a small village located in Golaghat Tehsil of Golaghat district of Assam. It is located around 16 kms away from the city centre of Tinsukia.
Bardubi Village is a very small village which is spread in an area of around 2 kilometres square. This village is the 180th smallest village in the district. This village houses around 560 people only. This is a very scenic and mesmerizing small village. It is surrounded by mountains which has snow capped peaks.

Bardubi Village is a very peaceful place, one can visit here for refreshment purpose. The magnificient view he...

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Bherjan-Borajan-Padumoni Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Tinsukia district, in the state of Assam. It is located very close to Tinsukia city limits, with the farthest forest being 6 kms from Tinsukia city center.

Bherjan-Borajan-Padumoni Wildlife Sanctuary is the combination of 3 separate forests, namely Bherjan, Borajan and Padumoni. The sanctuary covers an area of 7. 22 Sq. Km and aids in the conservation of wildlife. In spite of having a small area, it houses many rare and endangered animal and birds. The commonly found animals of this park are Slow Loris, Assamese Macaque...

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Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary
69 kms from Tinsukia city limits
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Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary is a very known wildlife sanctuary, located in Tinsukia, Assam. It is located around 69 kms away from the city centre of Tinsukia.

Dehing Patkai wildlife Sanctuary is located inside the Dibrugarh and it covers an area around of 111. 19 square kilometres. It is a part of the Assam valley tropical wet evergreen forest and consists of three parts: Jeypore, top Dihing River and Dirok rainforest. It was declared a sanctuary on 13th June 2004. This sanctuary is also a part of Dehing-Patkai Elephant Reserve. Part of the forest has been declared as a flora ...

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Dhola-Sadiya Bridge
64 kms from Tinsukia city limits
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Dhola Sadiya Bridge is also known as Bhupen Hazarika Setu, it is located in Dhola Sadiya, Assam. It is located around 64 kms away from the city centre of Tinsukia.

Dhola Sadiya Bridge connects north east states of Assam to Arunachal Pradesh. This brige has a length of around 9 kilometres, it is considered as the longest bridge made in India, till date. This bridge has the capacity of handling around 60 tonnes of weight. This bridge was constructed in a Public Private Partnership, by Ministry of Road Transportations and Highway in 2017. Dhola Sadiya Bridge was inaugrated by our Honar...

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Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is situated in the Laika Gaon, Tinsukia district, in the state of Assam. It is situated in the flood plains of Brahmaputra, at an altitude of about 118 m above the sea level. It is at a distance of around 92 Kms from Tinsukia.

Dibru-Saikhowa National Park was declared a wildlife Sanctuary in 1986 by the government of Assam by uniting two Reserve forest, Dibru and Saikhowa including some other areas. The park has a sprawling area of 340 Km2. The Park is divided into nine distinct zones. Out of which, one of which is a wetland while dense forests occupy t...

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Digboi Plantations
35 kms from Tinsukia city limits
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Digboi is a town in the north-eastern part of the state of Assam, India. One of the places to visit in Assam is the town of Digboi, known for having the oldest oil refinery in India. Digboi is famous for its lush green tea plantations and its colonial ambience. The National Oil Park is the main attraction of this town, which has oil derricks of different types. Digboi is located at a distance of 35 kms from Tinsukia.

Digboi's date with Oil started many years ago in beginning of the 19th century, actually accidentally. The present day Digboi was once completely covered with dense ra...

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Dighaltarang Tea Plantations
50 kms from Tinsukia city limits
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Dighaltarang Tea Plantations is a popular and beautiful tea garden which is located in Dighaltarang, Doomdooma, Assam. It is located around 50 kms away from the city centre of Tinsukia.

Dighaltarang Tea Plantations is among those very well known tea plantations of Assam. It has a beautiful environment. Assam Company India Limited, which was formerly known as the Assam Tea Company was the first tea company to set up in Assam. This tea company was set up by the colonial British in 1839. It has its headquarters in Nazira. This is the oldest tea company of the State which is having 14 b...

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Doomdooma Tea Garden, Tinsukia
27 kms from Tinsukia city limits

Doomdooma Tea Garden is situated in the Doomdooma town of Tinsukia district, in the state of Assam. It is located at a distance of 27 kms from Tinsukia city.

Doomdooma Tea Garden is one of the famous tourist attractions of Tinsukia. The plantation here is known as the Hindustan Lever's Doomdooma Tea Gardens. It is situated in the 23rd administrative district of Assam. Doomdooma is a small town which has gradually developed with the passage of time and is primarily famous for its tea gardens. It is considered as a town that produces tea in huge quantity and due to this reason, it...

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The Railway Heritage Park of Tinsukia is conveniently located right next to the Main Tinsukia Railway Station in the City. This Railway Heritage Park is also a Railway Museum which was setup at the confluence of Assam Bengal Railway meets Dibru Sadiya Railway in Tinsukia. This museum is a vital source to educate and inform the people of Assam, particularly children, who have not seen railway pioneers of the 19th century, about the rich heritage and history of Indian as well as Northeast Frontier Railway.

The Railway Heritage Park is a fabulously maintained Museum which showcases th...

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Lakhipatar
150 kms from Tinsukia city limits

Lakhipatar is a small village which is located in Tinsukia district of Assam. It is located around 150 kms away from the city centre of Tinsukia.

Lakhipatar is the border of the Tinsukia district and Dibrugarh District. It is a small beautiful place which has a lush green surrounding. The native language of Lakhipatar is Asamese and Bengali.

Lakipatar is a peaceful place to spend some quality time and rejuvenation of mind. Photography enthusiasts and peace seekers will love this place. One can spend a few hours in this peaceful vicinity for relaxation purpose. People usua...

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Lekhapani
73 kms from Tinsukia city limits
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Lekhapani is a small town located in Tinsukia, Assam. It is located at a distance of around 73 kms away from the city centre of Tinsukia.

In Lekhapani most of the places is used by the Indian Army. This village is the starting point of the historic Stilwell Road. It is situated near the Patkai foothills which lies on the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border. The Tangsa Naga tribe is the main tribal community residing in this town. It has a few small bridges. It also has two military colleges at the side of a central public school. It encompass defence delivery factor near Mustafa Boutique...

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The Marut Nandan Kanan Park is a famous tourist spot in Tinsukia. The public park is located at the heart of the town. Also known as "Na-pukhuri park" after the ancient pond around which the park is located. Marut Nandan Kanan Park is the prime attraction in Tinsukia.

The Na-Pukhuri or the cluster of nine ponds is situated at the South-Eastern corner of Tinsukia Town. It is popular with people of all ages and is a hot location for fitness enthusiasts as the cemented pavement around the pond which measures approximately 1. 5 km provides for a jogging strip and is frequented by morni...

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Na-Pukhuri is situated at the South-Eastern corner of Tinsukia Town, in the state of Assam.

The Na-Pukhuri is the biggest attraction of the town. This is a group of nine lakes on the periphery of the town. It is a great historical monument of the Muttock Kingdom and was built during the period of King Sarbananda Singham who was the last king of The Muttock Dynasty. It was during his times that many other beautiful tanks and ponds in and around his capital city Bengmara (now Tinsukia) were created. Among these nine ponds, the one situated in the centre is the most popular. This t...

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Naopukhuri Park, Tinsukia
Within Tinsukia city limits
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Naopukhuri Park is situated at the South-Eastern corner of Tinsukia Town, in the state of Assam.

Naopukhuri Park is the park around the Na-Pukhuri tank which The Tinsukia District Administration has developed into an amusement park and a tourist spot. A 400 m long tiled pathway and 1200 m of pucca jogging pathway has been constructed along with placement of a number of playing equipment. The park also has a triple cascade fountain in its central area. Apart from its glorious cultural and historical background, the attraction of the place is enhanced by adding modern facilities like...

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Situated in the Lohit District of Arunachal Pradesh, Parashuram Kunda is abount 150 kms from Tinsukia. This place on the Lohit River carries a strong mythological link with the legend of Parsurama, a Hindu sage. It is one of the prominent centers of pilgrimage for the Hindus where thousands of devotees come together to take a dip in 'Kund' (a small lake) during Makar Sankranti (in mid January).

Dedicated to sage Parashuram, the popular site attracts pilgrims from Nepal, from across India, and from nearby states of Manipur and Assam. Parashuram Kund is based upon the life event of L...

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Rukmini Island
55 kms from Tinsukia city limits
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Rukmini Island is located 55 kms away from Tinsukia, a beach island covering an area of 3. 25 Sq. Km. is situated in the mid of the river Brahmaputra.

With a beautiful view of the outer Himalayas, this island attracts beautiful migratory birds from central Europe and Siberia. Asiatic wild buffalo and the Ganges Dolphin in the river inhabit the area. Besides, the tourists can enjoy sunrise and sunset, country-boating, hack ride, kayaking, parasailing, ski boarding, water skiing and angling.

It is a safe heaven for many indigenous and migratory birds. The best attractions...

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Sadiya
71 kms from Tinsukia city limits

Sadiya is the a very renowned place located in Tinsukia, Assam. It is located around 71 kms away from the city centre of Tinsukia.

Sadiya in Assamese means 'corpse'. It became the capital of Chutia kingdom hooked up by means of the 21st Sutiya ruler Ratnadhwajpal in 1248 and it remained the capital until 1524. There are remains of buildings and forts which was constructed at some point of the time during the Sutiyas reign near Sadiya. The remians still acts as a factor that adds up to the importance of the location. Historically Sadiya protected the entire districts of Lakhimpur, Dh...

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Tilinga Mandir (Bell Temple), Tinsukia
15 kms from Tinsukia city limits

Tilinga Mandir is also known as the bell temple. It is located in Bordubi, Assam. It is located around 15 kms away from the city centre of Tinsukia.

Tilinga Mandir is a famous temple of lord shiva. The word 'Tilinga' means bell in Assamese language. It is said that the bells of this temple are very strong and there are hundreds and thousands of bells of all sizes in different metals like brass, bronze, copper, aluminium etc. which are tied to a peepal tree. This temple is considered as the wish fulfillment shrine, only a devotee is required to donate a bell to this temple. The templ...

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