Top things to do

Multicuisine in Aizawl

David’s Kitchen

The stylish and super-popular David’s Kitchen churns out yummy Mizo, Thai, Indian, Chinese and continental food, not to mention a decent range of mocktails. Try the smoked-pork stew with mustard leaves (₹200), serve…
Market in Aizawl

Saturday Street Market

This interesting Saturday street market – Aizawl's buzziest occasion through its otherwise quiet weekends – sees village women selling fruit, vegetables, fish, poultry and maybe even live pigs in individual wickerwo…
Church in Aizawl

Salvation Army Temple

The Salvation Army Temple has bell chimes that are endearingly complex and can be heard throughout the city, especially on a quiet Sunday morning. Its hulking white Gothic-inspired exteriors are worth a photo. To ge…
Chinese in Aizawl

Aizawl Masala

One flight of stairs below street level, this trendy place serves a host of the usual quasi-Chinese suspects (noodles, fried rice, meat in chilli/garlic/pepper sauce etc). There’s good music to go with your food.
Monument 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 located 8km from …
Museum in Aizawl

Mizoram State Museum

This government museum has some interesting exhibits on Mizo culture, but the display is a bit random and shabby. It’s a 10-minute walk up a steep lane from Sumkuma Point, past Aizawl’s most distinctive church, whos…