North Vanlaiphai is a census town in East Lungdar Taluk in the Indian state of Mizoram. In the 2001 census it was listed in Serchhip District; however in the 2011 census it was listed in Champhai District. East Lungdar Taluk is split between the two districts. Vanlaiphai has a flatland measuring 10 kilometers long and 0.8 kilometers in width for rice cultivation. North Vanlaiphai also has a Maicham Small Hydro Project Phase 2 producing 3 MW of power which is about 20 kilometers from Vanlaiphai. Tourism is also being promoted and a Tourist Lodge has been constructed by the Mizoram Government.

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