Sightseeing Place Chatham Saw Mill

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, with their turquoise waves and rich green tropical jungle, are a great spot for solitude seekers and adventurers alike. The Island boasts of incredibly abundant and well-preserved aquatic creatures and coral reefs. 

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Why Chatham Saw Mill deserves all the hype? 

 

This destination is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit in Port Blair. The Chatham Saw Mill is often overlooked by those who are unaware of its existence. 

Chatham Saw Mill in Andaman is one of the largest and oldest saw mills in Asia. Popularly known as Government Saw Mill, it is located on Chatham Island which is about 6 km from Port Blair.

> Inside the province, there is a big bomb pit created by a bomb dropped during the Second World War and which is still kept intact. A Canopy Walk is built over the Bomb Pit to witness the impact of the bomb. 

> In 2006, The Department of Environment & Forests has set up a Forest Museum in the mill. It exhibits many pictures of historical importance to Andaman and also a variety of handicraft products.

> In Chatham Saw Mill, you will also get to witness the Chatham Memorial build to commemorate the arrival of the first batch of Freedom Fighters who arrived on this island in 1857.

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