Serchhip is a headquarters town of Serchhip area in the Indian territory of Mizoram, and furthermore the central command of Serchhip Sadar subdivision. It lies in the focal piece of Mizoram, and 112 km far from the State capital city of Aizawl. The area has the most noteworthy proficiency all over India. The beginning of the name originates from citrus trees found over the principal slope of the then Serchhip town.
The word significance of Ser-chhip is 'citrus to finish everything'. Notwithstanding the previous Serchhip town, the Town Area currently included New Serchhip and Chhiahtlang towns. It has a normal height of 888 meters 2913 feet. It lies between the two essential streams of Mat and Tuikum. Waterway Tuikum is an open drinking water for Serchhip and River Mat is a water system water for Zawlpui, the rice bowl of Serchhip.
Agriculture is one of the critical occupation. Being arranged close Mat waterway valley, Serchhip is the principle maker of trade trims out Mizoram, popular for its cabbages and mustards. Serchhip is associated by Pawan Hans Helicopter benefit from Aizawl. Serchhip is associated by street with Silchar through National Highway 54, with Agartala through National Highway 40 and with Imphal through National Highway 150. Cabs, Auto rickshaws and Town Busses are accessible open transports in Serchhip.