The majestic peak lies on the eastern corner of Mizoram in Saitual Dist. It is about 180 from Aizawl the State Capital of Mizoram. It is named after an evergreen tree called ‘Hriang’ and Mual means ground, deriving the name as ‘Hriangmual’
Hriangmual stands majestically just outskirts of Phuaibuang Village.It is a destination which is hardly explored, and is covered by evergreen trees. It is the home of wild animals like Stag, Deer, wild boar, Monkeys, and many birds. It is rich in floral and fauna.

Talan River flows inside the forest of Hriangmual. There is also a Cave inside Hriangmual forest known as Fangfar Puk and is about 15/20 feet wide. There are Stalagmite inside this cave and water dripping from these stalamite are collected by locals for medical use. It is believed that these water have healing properties and are widly used for the treatment of various illness.

It is believed that Thado, Ngendal tribe used to live in these forest of Hriangmual during the late 1800. Thousands of monolithic remains can be seen inside of this Hriangmual Forest which are believed to be made by the Thado Tribe.There are six Stone tables which are preserved and can be seen till today. Adjacent to these stone tables there are Monolith surrounded by many countless smaller stones. INTACH Mizoram Chapter is doing an extensive study on these Monolith, and hope to throw lights on the history of the Mizos.
Phuaibung Village are strictly monitoring for the protection and conservation of this beautiful Hriangmual Peak.
The best time to visit would be from November-March. Indeed Mizoram is untouched and yet to be explored.