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Tourist Destination in Assam


The cities of Assam have rightly inherited the culture of diverse communities that have settled here over the years dating more than 2000 years. Through the mountain ranges of Himalayas, the mighty Brahmaputra River passes through the heartlands, making the cities of Assam fertile and rich in flora and fauna; an idyllic amalgam of the historic past and the urban cosmopolitan culture.


Digboi AssamDigboi
Famous for its oil field, Digboi is known as the 'Oil City' of Assam. It is a home to the first oil well in Asia. Digboi is a town located in the Tinsukia district of Assam. The discovery of the oil field in this town dated back to the 19th century.

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Dibrugarh, AssamDibrugarh
Dibrugarh is the largest tea exporting town in India. Nestled on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, Dibrugarh is the entry point to the districts of Tinsukia, Dibrugarh and Jorhat which produce tea in abundance.

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Guwahati, AssamGuwahati
The largest city in Assam , Guwahati is dotted with several attractions to entice tourists. It is the gateway to Assam. Growing at a fast pace the city is a major commercial and educational centre of North East India.

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Majuli Island, AssamMajuli Island
Manjuli Island is the largest freshwater island in South Asia and is a major destination of tourist interest in Assam. This island rises majestically from the womb of Brahmaputra river. It is a home to around 1.6 lakhs of people.

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Sibasagar, AssamSibasagar
Sibsagar, the famous centre for tea and oil is an ancient town of Assam. The term Sibsagar means 'The Ocean of Shiva'. It is situated 60 km from Jorhat, 369 km from Guwahati and 150 km from Kazirabga National Park.

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Tezpur, AssamTezpur
Tezpur is a wonderful tourist destination located on the north bank of river Brahmaputra. There are several legends and mythological stories attached to this city. Earlier it was known as 'Sonitpur'.

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Halflong, AssamHalflong
Haflong is located at a height of 680 meters above the sea level. Dimashi language is spoken in this region of Assam. Haflong means 'White Ants Hillock' in the native language.

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Umrongso AssamUmrongso
Umrongso is situated on the borders of Assam. The hill station is merely 112 kilometers off Haflong. The North Cacher Hills region forms a natural and beautiful backdrop of the hill station. In order to enjoy your journey upto Umrongso,

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