Lambasingi (or Lammasingi) is a small village in the Eastern Ghats of Chintapalli Mandal of Visakhapatnam district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. With an altitude that of 1000 m above sea level, the area is cooler than the surrounding plains and is covered in moist deciduous forest cover. There are several coffee, pine, and eucalyptus plantations around the area and some small attempts to grow apple and strawberry. The region was formerly densely covered in forests and known in the past to have supported tigers.
Due to the cold climate, many tourists come to this place. The climate is enchanting.
There is a village called 'Cheruvulavenam' 3 km from Lambasingi. The 'pond pond', which looks like it is touching the snow clouds when the village climbs up the hill, attracts more tourists. These places are also captured on their cameras. There are also many scenic spots in Lambasingi, Chintapalli and Kottapalli.
Coffee plantations abound on Ghat Road. Bodakondamma Gudi can be seen before reaching Lambasingi.
There is a waterfall half a kilometre below it. The water here rises from a height of about 15 m. Not far from there is the village of Lambasingi
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Lambasingi village is 101 km from Visakhapatnam city and 32 km from Narsipatnam village. There is an asphalt road from these areas to Lambasingi. Public transport buses ply from nearby areas to the village. Private bus facility, and a railway station, are more than 10 km from the village. The district road passes through the village. The National Highway, the State Highway and the Main District Highway are located at a distance of about 10 km from the village.