Falam is former capital of Chin state with approximately 10 thousands inhabitants and tops the second biggest town in Chin state. Falam has a spectacular landscape and setting with some British remnants still visible at every wards. It’s a mellow, predominantly Christian town with many churches, a smattering of pre-independence architecture and wooden houses on stilts rising up and down the hillsides. If you’re heading to and from Hakha, you’ll pass through Falam anyway, but it’s worth stopping for a night or two. And like the other towns in northern Chin State, Falam is surrounded by countryside wholly untouched by tourism

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