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Tinsukia Tourism

Tinsukia is quite popular with the tourists as it serves as the gateway to nearby beautiful villages and wildlife sanctuaries.

An important town of Assam, it is quite popular with the tourists as well. It also serves as a base place to carry on with holidays to nearby cities. It is almost 500 km fromÊGuwahati. The Marut Nandan Kanan Park is a famous tourist spot here. The Shiv Dham, Dibru Saikhowa National Park and the Bell Temple are other popular attractions of the city.

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Na - Pukhuri

This destination is a must visit, not only for the wildlife enthusiasts but also for tourists of all kinds. This is a group of nine artificial lakes on the periphery of the town, in the form of a park. Both a popular picnic and a wildlife hotspot, Na Pukhuri was constructed during the reign of Maharaj Sarbananda Singha. The way it has been made, it is certainly an engineering marvel worth the pride of Asom.

Restaurants and Local Food in Tinsukia

Tinsukia's cuisine, like the food of the rest of the state is light and mild and lingers with flavors of natural and local herbs, all making the food here pretty healthy. A number of delicacies can be indulged in while here such as Maasor Tenga, Aloo Pitika, Khar, Dal and a variety of Chutneys and Pickles to go with these. You might want to chew on a delicious Paan for a perfect ending to your meal.
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How to Reach Tinsukia

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Reachability of Tinsukia is quite decent. Trains can be taken directly to the town of Tinsukia, as the town houses a major railway station. Trains are well connected with all major cities including Delhi and Kanpur apart from the nearby towns and cities. The nearest airport is located in the nearby region of Dibrugarh. Flights can be taken to this airport, and it lies at a distance of around 40 km from the town of Tinsukia. Flights to the airport in Dibrugarh will be available from the cities and towns of Delhi, Dimapur, Guwahati, and Kolkata. Road connectivity is quite okay too.

How to reach Tinsukia by flight

There is no direct flight connectivity to Tinsukia. The nearest airport is in Dibrugarh around 40 km away from the same. Taxis are easily available for hire from the airport to Tinsukia. 

How to reach Tinsukia by road

Tinsukia is well connected to the rest of the state through a good network of roads. Buses operate on a regular basis from the major towns like Dimapur, Guwahati, etc. 

How to reach Tinsukia by train

Tinsukia is well connected to the rest of India by railways as well. Tinsukia Junction and New Tinsukia junction railway station are the principal railway junctions serving the city of Tinsukia.

Local transport in Tinsukia

There are local buses in Tinsukia.

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What is famous about Tinsukia?

Known for its endless stretches of tea gardens.

What is not so good about Tinsukia?

Being an industrial town, the pollution ratio is high. The roads are narrow and congested.

Who should visit Tinsukia?

Tinsukia is an ideal destination for people looking for a relaxing vacation amidst greenery. It serves as a base for visiting the nearby cities in Assam. It can be visited by families, couples and solo travellers. 

What is the best time to visit Tinsukia?

Winter season is the best season for a visit to Tinsukia. The months when Tinsukia is ideal for a trip is for the months of October - March. Monsoon season is also a lovely time to visit, while summers should be avoided, owing to the hostile climate.
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What is the local food in Tinsukia?

Tinsukia's cuisine, like the food of the rest of the state is light and mild and lingers with flavors of natural and local herbs, all making the food here pretty healthy. A number of delicacies can be indulged in while here such as Maasor Tenga, Aloo Pitika, Khar, Dal and a variety of Chutneys and Pickles to go with these. You might want to chew on a delicious Paan for a perfect ending to your meal.
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What is the best way to reach Tinsukia?

Reachability of Tinsukia is quite decent. Trains can be taken directly to the town of Tinsukia, as the town houses a major railway station. Trains are well connected with all major cities including Delhi and Kanpur apart from the nearby towns and cities. The nearest airport is located in the nearby region of Dibrugarh. Flights can be taken to this airport, and it lies at a distance of around 40 km from the town of Tinsukia. Flights to the airport in Dibrugarh will be available from the cities and towns of Delhi, Dimapur, Guwahati, and Kolkata. Road connectivity is quite okay too.
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What are the things to do in Tinsukia?

The top things to do in Tinsukia are Dibru-Saikhowa National Park, Bell Temple, Bherjan-Borjan-Padumoni Wildlife Sanctuary, Na-Pukhuri, Doomdooma, Lekhapani. You can see all the places to visit in Tinsukia here

What are the places near Tinsukia?

The top places near to Tinsukia are Dibru saikhowa national park which is 19 km from Tinsukia, Pasighat which is located 63 km from Tinsukia, Changlang which is located 54 km from Tinsukia, Tirap which is located 57 km from Tinsukia, Dibrugarh which is located 44 km from Tinsukia

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