Government Saw Mill Chatham, nestled in the heart of Port Blair, offers a captivating journey through the pages of Andaman’s timber heritage. As one of Asia’s oldest and largest sawmills, it stands as a testament to the island’s rich history and craftsmanship. Visitors can marvel at the intricate process of woodcutting, shaping, and crafting that has been a part of Andaman’s culture for generations. Surrounded by lush greenery and overlooking the azure waters, this historical site is a blend of natural beauty and industrial heritage. Explore the saw mill’s sprawling complex, which also houses a museum showcasing the evolution of timber production in the Andaman Islands. A visit to Government Saw Mill Chatham promises a fascinating glimpse into the past and a deeper appreciation for the island’s cultural legacy.