Imphal, Manipur : The Land of Jewels and A Traditional Ecstasy for Tourism.


Forests, Hills, and Valleys make up the land of Imphal, Manipur. To get a break from the chaos of clustered cities, it is a gush of fresh air to soother your body and calm your nerves.

It is quite popular a romantic destination for couples in North-East India. The place also stands for the rich heritage of Manipur.

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Tourist Attractions in Manipur :

Kangla Fort is situated at the banks of the Imphal river. It is the place of the ancient King Pakhangba. The fort has traditional as well as religious importance as it is home to many temples.

There is also situated a star-shaped palace, Bihu-Loukun famous for its architecture. It is made up of mud and is situated in the west of Imphal.

The war veterans of Japan built Red Hill in Imphal as the place to witness the battle between Japan and Britain.

Other places of attraction in Imphal include Shaheed Minar, Langthabal, Tharon Cave, Singda Dam, Manipur Zoological Gardens, Shri Govindjee Temple, Ebudhou Thangjing Temple, Shaheed Minar, Loktak Lake, Langthabal, Keibul Lamjao National Park, and Phubala.

 

How to Reach to Manipur?

 

Coming to Manipur from September to April will proffer you the best of this place.

The place is well-connected by air, road and railway station. Bir Tikendrajit International Airport, Imphal is connected to major air routes. Its connectivity to the national highway allows it to be easily reached by travelers.

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