Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh means “the land of rising suns” is a northeast state of India famously known for its enchant natural beauty. This state shares Indian political border with Bhutan in the west, Myanmar in the east and China in the north.

It is titled as the “Orchid State of India” and the “Paradise of the Botanists” because of bio diversity found on this land. The Himalayas bordering is one of the major tourist attraction here.


Arunachal Pradesh is one of the most linguistically richest and diverse regions in all of Asia. It has at least 30 in home and possibly as many as 50 distinct languages with addition of innumerable dialects and sub-dialects.


The state is connected by airways & roadways, and soon expected to enjoy Indian Railways services also.

Earlier five airports were established to manage the airway travel to this state. The airports are Ziro Airport, Daporijo Airport, Tezu Airport, Along Airport, and Pasighat Airport. But due to rough and small terrain along with huge operational cost, these airports are not in commercial operation anymore, however being used by Indian army now a days.

People majorly use roadways for travel here. Arunachal Pradesh has two highways; 336 km long National Highway 52 connects Jonai with Dirak was completed in year 1998 and another highway connects Tawang with Tezpur in Assam.

Arunachal citizen are supposed to enjoy their first Indian railways service in late 2013.