Entering into the tourism spotlight in the recent years, the State has been entitled to multiple development projects and tourism investments. And after the recent Cyclone Komen and torrential hit, the statistics have come out and the Chins were the hardest hit with MMK 132,560 (USD 115) worth of loss per person, Asia Green Development and Japan are undergoing a three-year project to rebuild infrastructure in the State. Apart from the recent adverse overwhelms, the land has still remained green and quiet bringing peace of mind and tranquility to visitors coming for a local engagement or an intact with nature. The State additionally serves as a wonderful place for cultural exploration with the incredible Mt. Victoria, the highest mountain in the State presenting an adventurous hike opportunity and different ethnic villages atop and amidst the mountains with a picturesque mountain backdrop. Living in the wild, but embracing friendly smiles, Chins are one of the warmest people to come across.
Key Attractionssee the surroundings
Rih Lake is situated in Chin State and it is just about 3 kilometers from the village of Zokhawthar. Rih Lake is famous for its heart shape and the romantic heart-shape lake or Rih Lake is also known as “Rih Li” in Chin ethnic language. The depth of this lake is about 60 ft and is about 3 miles in diameter.
Mt.Victioria located in Chin State and roughly 80 miles to the west of Bagan. This mountain highs 10016 ft(3053 m) and it is the second highest mountain. November is the best month to visit the Mt.Victoria because the rhododendron bushes that cover the slopes are in full bloom in November.