Lunglei is a city of 57,000 people (2011) in Mizoram, North-East India. Lunglei offers a plethora of picnic spots to explore sporting skills and sportsman spirit. Lunglei district offers natural splendour coupled with the rich cultural traditions of the region.
Most of the indigenous local inhabitants of the district of Lunglei depend on agriculture and earn their livelihood from growing crops. The cash crops of coffee and rubber help the district to earn its revenue. Rice is the principal crop in the agricultural economy. Cottage industries produce handloomed cloth, furniture, agricultural equipment, woven textiles, and bamboo and cane work.
- Kawmzawl Park.
- 1 Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary.
- Saikuti Hall, where most of the concerts and celebrations are held. A unique museum has also been established in the hall where local painters demonstrate their skill and exhibit their works.