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|Elevation||180 m (590 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+6.30 (MST)|
Tamu is something of a transport hub for cross-border traffic to India, being just across the border from Moreh. It is on the alignment of a proposed railway connecting the two countries. Tamu is an important commercial town serving the Indian border town of Moreh. It is also a hub for smuggled goods from Thailand and China which are transported to India. The town is mainly populated by the Burmese, Chin ethnic people and lots of other people from different corners of the country.
Highway to Thailand
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- "Tamu Map — Satellite Images of Tamu" Maplandia
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