Assam is a state situated in the north east of the Indian sub continent, situated south of the eastern Himalayas along the Brahmaputra and Barak River valleys. The state is bordered by Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh to the north; Nagaland and Manipur to the east; Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram and Bangladesh to the south; and West Bengal to the west via the Siliguri Corridor. The place is well connected by rail and airways and is hence an easy to reach one.

Assam offers a diverse amount of destinations for every tourist looking to visit the place. Here we are listing 3 more places that you must visit while in your Assam tour.

  1. Kolia Bhomora Setu – Originally built in 1987 to connect Nagaon and Sonitpur Districts on the North and South Banks, Kolia Bhomora Setu with a length of 3 kilometers is surrounded by the Brahmaputra on both the sides. The bridge got its name from the Ahom General, Kalia Bhomora Phukan. Smooth, and broad, it is one of the best places to go for a drive. Along with tourism, the bridge plays an important role in the development of Northeast India states – it cuts off the seven sister states of the North-East from the rest of the country.
  2. Panimur Waterfalls – Almost 230 kms from guwahati. For a very few kms the road is in very bad shape.
    Very beautiful place. Loved the peaceful. Swimmers can jump from rock cliffs into the river and swim. I did and i loved it. Clean blue water.. it becomes a picnic spot on december and january. Avoid the road on rainy days. The main attraction is the waterfall of the Kopili river at this place. From the formation, it looks like a mini Niagara Falls . Boating is available. However the boats are local boats. You do get life jackets if you go for boating.
  3. Talatal Ghar –  The Talatal Ghar is located in Rangpur, 4 km from present-day Sivasagar, Assam. It is one of the grandest examples of Tai Ahom architecture. It was initially built as an army base. It houses two secret tunnels, and three floors below ground level which were used as exit routes during the Ahom wars (and which give the structure its name). This is made of brick and an indigenous type of cement (a mixture of Bora Chaul – a sticky variety of rice grain – eggs of swan). It is must see if anyone visiting Sivasagar which is about four kilometers south to Sivasagar town. This seven storyed monument was once military station of the Ahom kings. One may take tourist guide to get details about the place as it takes time to understand about the monument. More details are available online in different websites.

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