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  The highest place in Mizoram, Phawngpui or the Risque Mountain is situated neighbouring the state's south-eastern provide overlooking the flex of the powerful Chhimtuipui River and the comic ranges of Burma. Sangau village, which is near 229 kms from Aizawl, is the closest deciding to Phawngpui. With a level of 2157 metres at the spot, the ridgepole stretches nearly 10 kms in north-south direction. It is enclosed by unmixed precipices and cliffs, of which Thlazuang Kham is the most striking one. This breezy ridge is a realistic garden of ravishing ontogenesis trees similar rhododendrons and orchids of different hues, and one can also get splendid views of sky hazed hills extending to the line all around.  
Abundant with diverse organism and fauna, Phawngpui has been explicit a Nationalist Gear hiding an extent of near 50 sqkm. Exploring the bowl requires trekking and one can get the most galvanising views of Mizoram from the cliffs of Phawngpui. It is famous for its exotic species of aggregation and fauna especially the orchids and rhododendrons spread within the valleys surrounding on all sides. Here one has a saintlike quantity of sighting gorals touching peacefully in the vertical slopes, bright adorned sunbirds hovering over colourful flowers, peregrine falcon swooping hair on short cliffs or perception in the daytime the incisive calls of barking deer . Phawngpui is also residence to an awful difference of birdlife including the extraordinary Blyth's Tragopan, Aphotic, Leopard, Cat Cat, Serow, Goral, Asiatic Individual Carry, Stump-tailed Macaque and Capped Langur.

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