(Last Updated on : 04/02/2015)
Lambasingi, known as Lammasingi, is a hill station of prime attractions like the nature tourism. This hill station offers pristine natural beauty through out the year , especially in the cold weather seasons. The tourists of both national and international level often visit this place when they visit Araku Valley
. The temperature of Araku and Lambasingi drop the temperature, which is between five and six degrees in the cold weather season. The fog and mist clears quickly after day break at Araku but lingering on for a long time around it.
Derivation of Lambasingi
The name for this Lambasingi village is Korra Bayalu. Korra means 'stick', Bayalu means 'outside', in the local language this means "if some one stays outside the house in the open they will freeze like a stick".
Location of Lambasingi
Lambasingi, known as Lammasingi is a small village in the Chintapalli Mandal of Vishakapatnam district
of Andhra Pradesh
. Lambasingi is located in the agency area of Andhra Pradesh. Lambasingi, known as Lammasingi is often referred as "Kashmir of Andhra Pradesh".
Climate of Lambasingi
Lammasingi records less than 5 degree Celsius even in seasons other than winter months. Lambasingi experiences the temperatures about 0 degrees Celsius in December - January. This village is situated at a height of above 1000 meters from the sea level. One can see sun only after 10 am on any given day and in winters only around 12 but again by 3pm this place will be blanketed by thick mist. The wind from the forest of Lammasingi and the mountains blow from Chintapalli become stable at Tajangi valley because of dense trees and water resources. The fog has more humidity because of the abundant water resources and as the fog travels from Chintapalli to Tajangi Valley and then to Lambasingi the temperatures in Lambasingi and Tajangi are almost same but in Chintapalli a bit warmer comparatively. Even in summer of Lammasingi when the whole of the state reels under severe high temperatures, Lambasingi will be cool comparatively.
Economy of Lammasingi
The people of Lammasingi are dependant on coffee and pepper plantation. All these plantations are being cultivated since the regime in British East India Company in India. The coffee grown in Lammasingi is exported to the United States of America.
Lambasingi in Andhra Pradesh is easily connected by roads. It is 101 kilometres from Visakhapatnam
and 19 kilometres from Chintapalle and 32 kilometres from Narsipatnam.