Do You Know These things About Haflong the only hill station in Assam?

by Guwahati_City


Haflong is the only hill station in Assam. The town experiences a subtropical Highland climate. It is a lovely place to experience the greeny blankets of nature. The rich wildlife of the place is somewhat you cannot miss at all. A lot of tourists come here every year to treat their eyes to such a tranquil environment.


The culture of the place is somewhat influenced by the entire northeast. Bengali and Assamese languages are spoken by the people of Haflong. Watching the locals dancing on their folk-lores is something very interesting. It tells us about the culture of our lovable country, India.


The education system in Haflong is managed by the concerned authorities.

Why is Haflong popular? What are the areas which are popular over here?

Being the only hill station in Assam, Haflong is popular amongst campers, adventure lovers, and many more. Staying in a lakeside resort and witnessing nature is everybody’s dream. Therefore, one can do it over here. The hill station offers trekking as well as paragliding opportunities to travelers which makes the place interesting all the more. Following are the places to visit in Haflong:

  • Haflong Lake
  • Haflong Hill
  • Panimoor
  • Maibong
  • Dimasa Mahila Samity
  • Presbyterian Church of India


The Assamese meals contain subtle flavors. When visiting Haflong, do eat from the local stalls and shops. The delicacies are extremely mouth-watering. 

How to reach?

  1. By Air: One can reach there by taking up a flight to the Guwahati Airport. From there, you can take private buses and taxis.
  2. By Road: Travelling to Haflong by buses and cars is something common. However, it might be an uncomfortable journey.
  3. By Rail: Taking up trains to Lumding Junction Railway Station would help travel to Haflong.
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Visiting the place in October, November, and December would be fun. Water recreational facilities are available at the Haflong Lake.


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