Top things to do in Aizawl

Church in Aizawl

Solomon's Temple

Aizawl has a lot of large churches, but this one outdoes them all. Intended as a re-creation of the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem, it's a white-marble square with towering facades on each of its 37-metre sides and …
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Zamzo

Hotel Floria's cheerful restaurant does good Continental fare (steaks, spaghetti carbonara, chocolate brownies) and Thai curries as well as Mizo and North Indian dishes, all in a bright, spacious environment with tr…
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Magnolia Restaurant

The excellent restaurant in the Hotel Regency serves tasty Mizo, Continental and Chinese fare in a clean, comfortable environment.
Tomb in Aizawl

KV Paradise

When Varte (V) died in a 2001 car accident, her husband, Khawlhring (K), lavished his entire savings and energy to create this three-storey mausoleum to her memory. A grand but spartan affair, it's 7km north of the …
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Red Pepper

They've made an effort with the decor here, with bits of rustic cottage-style roofs over some tables. Food preparation is adequate if nothing extraordinary, but there's plenty of choice, from North Indian to Chinese…
Museum in Aizawl

Mizoram State Museum

This government museum has some interesting old Mizo artefacts and models of traditional village buildings, but the display is a bit random and shabby. It’s a 300m walk up a steep lane from Zarkawt Traffic Point, pa…
Church in Aizawl

Salvation Army Temple

The Salvation Army Temple, built in 1981, has endearingly complex bell chimes on the hour that can be heard from some distance when not drowned out by the city hubbub. Its tall white Gothic-inspired exterior is wort…
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David’s Kitchen

David’s Kitchen cooks up reasonable Indian, Chinese and a few traditional Mizo dishes, and also has a few mocktails and kalyans (hookahs) on the menu if you're so inclined. Coloured lights add a touch of originality…
Cafe in Aizawl

Chocolate Room

Come for the colourful decor and comfort food: indulgent cakes, hot and cold chocolate drinks, tea, coffee, burgers, pasta, nachos, and chicken and chips. You can acquire a chocolate Taj Mahal for ₹895.