Nagaland Min Says These Snow-Capped Chalets In Arunachal Pradesh Will Make You Forget Switzerland

by Sanjana Shenoy
Nagaland Min Says These Snow-Capped Chalets In Arunachal Pradesh Will Make You Forget Switzerland

Seeking the perfect destination for snow-capped mountains, snowball fights and cosy chalets? Forget Switzerland and even India’s Kashmir says Nagaland Minister, Temjen Imna Along. Instead, the minister tells you to plan a trip to Arunachal Pradesh where you can stay in Swiss chalets right here in India. Read on to know where your next winter getaway should be.

Arunachal Pradesh Now Has Chalets To Experience The Winter Season In Style

Globetrotters often like to head to Switzerland to stay in Swiss chalets. Chalets are cosy houses made of wood with a sloping roofs. It’s typical of the Alpine region of Europe. Here, you’re promised stunning views of snow-capped mountains and utter privacy from the hustle-bustle of the city. But now you don’t even need a visa to Switzerland, just book your flight to Arunachal Pradesh. Chighu Resort at Anini, Arunachal Pradesh is now home to beautiful chalets nestled in a winter paradise. 

Nagaland Minister, Temjen Imna Along shared pictures of the beautiful chalets in Arunachal Pradesh. In his caption, he reveals that this is neither Switzerland nor Kashmir. It’s the newly built and completed Chighu Resort in Arunachal Pradesh. He goes on to exclaim that it’s a wonderful site. Tagging Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu, Imna asks him to invite him here. 

Netizens Impressed By Its Beauty

Netizens were mighty impressed by the pictures. Many flooded the comments section praising these beautiful chalets in Arunachal Pradesh, which are yet to open to the public. One user @Commonsense0102 commented that North East is beautiful and he wondered why people go to Europe instead. Another, user @SahilMa24918184 commented that the North East must focus on accessibility, so people across the country can easily reach this destination. Many were shocked to know that it snows so heavily in Arunachal Pradesh.

Twitterati, @RahulSh44683313 replied to the Nagaland minister’s tweet and said that Arunachal Pradesh looks better than Switzerland. He urged the government to promote the state for both domestic and international tourism. Well, when are you planning to book a chalet in Arunachal Pradesh? Don’t forget to carry warm clothes! 

Cover Image Courtesy: @AlongImna/ Twitter