Tinsukia is an alluring city located in the Indian state of Assam. In the bygone times, Tinsukia used to be the capital of the Muttack Empire that was founded by Swargadeo Singha in early 17th-century. Today, Tinsukia is reckoned as a popular tourist site in Assam.
With an elevation of 381 feet above the sea level, Tinsukia covers an entire area of 3,700 sq. km. It is surrounded by Dibang Valley in North, Tirap in South, Dibrugarh in Southwest and Changlang in Southeast. The tributaries of the River Brahmaputra feed the jagged terrains of Tinsukia. Its climate is classified as humid in nature. Tinsukia experiences searing summers with an average temperature of 39°C. The winter season brings the fall in the mercury level and it rests at 12°C on an average. The monsoon season also lowers the temperature of few degrees.
Tinsukia is a destination with tantalizing tourist attractions. The places like Saikhowa National Park, Dihing Wildlife Sanctuary, Ridge Hill Point, Margherita Gardens and much more shouldn't be missed while visiting Tinsukia.