Manipur is commonly referred to as “Switzerland of India” because it is the perfect for nature lovers. There are different sites, which introduce us with the vibrant cultures and traditions of the ancient India.
The capital and a scenic city of Manipur, it is located just on the centre of the Manipur valley. The multiple tourist attractions and rich traditions makes this place tourism-worthy.
Filled with nature delights, Ukhrul is the perfect destination for the environment lovers. From the quaint hills, heavenly waterfalls and pristine waters, Ukhrul is the best picturesque destination of Manipur.
The holy land of Manipur reflects the ancient tradition and beliefs. Bishnupur comprises of many temples and soothing sites depicting the distinction of architectural talent.
The perfect and offbeat place for adventure activities, Thoubal is an untouched beauty that is covered by dense green forests, astonishing views of lakes and rivers. The sight of banyan trees planted alongside the roads is something that will have your heart.
Dominated by the greenery, hills, gorges and rivers, Senpati remains one of the hidden gems of Manipur and North East. 80% of the lands are covered by lush green forests and you can also witness a wide range of wildlife here.
A soul-soothing retreat in Manipur, Tamenlong is also called as “Land of Hornbill”. The endless and beautiful spotting of flora and fauna makes this place one of the best destinations for a natural exploration in Manipur.
Stretched at a distance of 48kms in Southern Manipur, Loktak lake is the one of the most visited places of this state. It boasts of some of the beautiful islands and national park. Enjoy the boating and spot the very famous floating swaps or phumdis.
The Keibul National Park is located in the southeastern part of Loktak Lake, its boasts of many endangered and unique species of the world. It is the only ‘Floating National Park” of this world.
The Imphal valley is full of eye-catching sceneries and best photogenic views. The view of the rivers mingling to form one is an awe-inspiring moment and the drive until the point is the most mesmerizing ride in Manipur.
Standing in the centre of the state, Kangla Fort is the the best spot to discover heritage and history of Manipur. Once a fort of the mighty King Meitei, it has now become a tourist attraction and a beautiful hike amid the greeneries.
Established in about 1978, a museum reflects traditional culture through wooden sculptures and illustrated art. It stands proudly amid the vast campus of Thangpat Mapal Palace. It is one of the hidden gems of Manipur.
It is Asia’s largest all-women market. Run by 5000 women traders, the market is a hub of literally everything. Located in the centre of capial city Imphal, Ema Keithel is a must-visit.
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