Champhai is a local commercial hub on the Indo-Myanmar border, about 200 km from Aizawl, and has the biggest strech of plains used for rice cultivation in Mizoram. The Champhai town offers a magnificent view of the blue Myanmar Hills. The villages in the district are dotted with small hamlets that seem to be far removed from the maddening crowd of the 21st century. Ancient monuments and monoliths depict the valiant history of the Mizo tribes and make Champhai rich in culture and tradition. Champhai is a fast developing town in Mizoram and the district headquarters of the Champhai district. It’s strategic location and proximity to Myanmar has made Champhai a growing border town. It is regarded as the main business corridor for India and Myanmar.
Champhai has a number of tourist attractions other than the enchanting surroundings. These include a cave called the Kungawrhi Puk, a river called Tiau Lui, Rih Dil Lake, Lianchhiari Lunglen Tlang and a few more. One can add a dash of subtle adventure with a trekking at the Thasiama Seno Neihna, another place that can be visited while one is in the area.