Tourist Attraction in Manipur
Manipur- the jewels of the lands
Endearingly called the “jewel land”, Manipur is among the states that marks the northeastern frontier of India. An incredibly beautiful land with wide variations of flora & fauna, rich cultural legacy and formidable history, Manipur is also among the leading sites of tourist interest in the country. Imphal is the capital of Manipur.
The prime sites of interest for the tourists
- Imphal- Kangla Fort, Manipur state museum, Sirohi National park,Zoological garden
- Ukhrul- Khayang Peak, Kachouphung Lake, Khangkhui Cave
- Thoubal- Waithou Lake, Khongjom war memorial
- Chandel- Lokchao Wilflife Sanctuary.
- Senapati- Dzuko valley, Purul, Makhel Cave, Liyai, Sadu Chiru Waterfalls
- Tamenglong- Zeilad wildlife Sanctuary, Tharon Cave, Barak Waterfalls
- Churachandpur- Ngaloi Falls, Yuibuong tribal museum, Tonglon cave, Khuga Dam
What are the motivations to visit Manipur?
You have to have rate Manipur with a perfect-ten score on parameters of his natural scenic beauty, incredible Landform, serene and peaceful ambiance and the exotic combination between the mountains, valleys, plains as well as the rivers. Manipur boasts richness in its flora and fauna. On the whole, a trip to Manipur is sure to delight your heart and soul.
How to reach the land of jewels?
The Tulihal airport in Manipur is an international air terminal that is lined with the domestic air terminals at Kolkata, Delhi, Agartala and Guwahati. Manipur is connected with the rest of the country through the National Highway 39. The nearest railway station is at Dimapur in Nagaland that lies at a distance of 215 m from the capital city of Imphal. You would be getting public buses and private cars to mae this distance.