Phomching, Mon, Nagaland

- Description

Longwa, a village shared by two nations, is situated in the Mon district of Nagaland on the border of India and Myanmar. This village is inhabited by Konyak Tribes who were considered as the last head hunters. The village showcases rich Konyak tribal cultures. The village offers picturesque scenery, having four rivers, two in India and two in Myanmar. The attractions of Longwa are Shilloi lake, Hongkong market, Nagaland science center, etc. The nearest airport to reach is Jorhat, Assam,161 km from Mon district. The village can also be reached via Sonari (Assam) and Simulguri (Assam).

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