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Tourist Spot in Dibang

About Dibang: On the Indo-Burma border in Tirap district is the Miao wildlife sanctuary. For the keen observer of animals and birds, watch-towers have been set up at various water spots. The area itself, surrounded by rugged snow-capped mountains, has a spectacular landscape. The ancient ruins of Bismaknagar palace in Dibang Valley district date from 12th to 16th centuries or perhaps even earlier. The remains show a mingling of the Tribal and Aryan ways of life. In the foothills of West Siang, overlooking the greet Brahmaputra Valley are the remains of Malinithan, noted for its rich sculpture and artistry. Granite images, idols of Kartika, Surya, Ganesha and the Nandi Bull have been discovered at the site.
How to reach:Accessible from various parts of the country
Best Time To Visit: February to October.
Accomodation: Hotels etc.
Local Transport: Bus, taxi service etc.

Place of Tourist Interest in Dibang

Miao wildlife sanctuary: Miao wildlife sanctuary