One of the places in Changlang is Ranglum. Here one can find crashed Aircraft Debris of world war-II which renews the memory of the War and natural salt-water spring. The tourists can also enjoy the view of the Myanmar Territory and Patkai Hills Or Purvanchal Ranges. This place is also suitable for trekking. The best time to visit the area is in the month of November-February.
Kengkho Village is a beautiful village situated at the bank of Tirap River. It is an appropriate place for visitors to experience the uniqueness of the village. On the other hand, the Jongpho-Hate is another village under Yatdam circle and is well known for its religious importance. The very existence of a 'Lord Shiva Linga' in the entrance of the village from time immemorial is an astonishing asset. The naturally formed holy idol, which the local peoples called 'Tangjong' or 'Tangyong' is a unique sculpture of stone portraying both male and female organs. It is the real essence of holiness and existence of the heavenly abode in the Patkai ranges of eastern Himalayas, where it is believed that the Hindu God Lord Shiva once reigned. The villagers share several stories about the spiritual power of Tangjong. They say that it protects them from any occurrence of epidemic or natural disasters. It is also believed that in the olden days when the head hunting was prevalent in the area, the Tangjong used to warn the villagers from the outside attack.
However, the area of the site is not yet developed but one can visit the place only during the day, as the road connectivity is up to Sumlam village, which is 8 Km from Changlang and from Sumlam, it is just one-hour foot-march. Thamlom Village: The God too harvest in pristine land of indigenous culture by revealing his power in various forms and styles. The goddess of rain locally called 'Tsalrong Long' is one such hitherto unknown manifestation of god's power in the form of a stone. It is located in Thamlom, a tiny village under Khimiyang circle in Changlang district.
The tourist places of Changlang are, thus, a curious mix of religious significance and picturesque beauty.