Hawai tucked at the hillocks surrounded with hills all around. Hawai is the headquarters of the Anjaw District and is situated on the left side of the Lohit River. Located at a height of around 1,296 m above the sea level, it can easily be reached from Hayuliang. The major attraction of Hawai is a Cable Suspension Bridge, also known as Anjaw Bridge, constructed over the Lohit River. According to the Kaman Mishmi dialect, Hawai means a pond.
Hayuliang is a city located in Anjaw in Arunachal Pradesh. The name of the destination means ‘the place of my liquor' and is currently a sub-divisional headquarter. Situated at an elevation of around 750 m, Hayuliang offers a beautiful view of the confluence of Lohit River and Dalai River. Also, tourists can visit nearby places like Namdapha, Roing and Dibru-Saikhowa.
Tucked in the tri junction of Sino-India-Myanmar borders in the easternmost periphery of the state it is famous for receiving the first rays of the sun in the millennium in the country. The picturesque Dong is a dawn to dusk travel distance from the resort.