Top Places To Visit In Manipur

Top places to visit in Manipur are Imphal, Thoubal, Tamenglong, Chandel and many more.

Updated: June 21, 2020

Top places to visit in Manipur are Imphal, Thoubal, Tamenglong, Chandel and many more.   


Imphal:

Imphal is surrounded by natural beauty, sceneries and landscapes as well as it has a significant history that makes it a great tourist destination. 


Thoubal:

Thoubal is a good holiday destination for those looking for a pleasant climate for relaxation or enjoying a picnic. It provides numerous activities such as trekking, hiking.This city is most famous for the temples and the numerous water bodies all together makes it a perfect destination for holiday.


Tamenglong:

Tamenglong is a hilly region that is an ideal setting for tourists with unusual varieties of flora and fauna. This beautiful town is known for the oranges grown here along with its waterfalls, exotic animals and numerous orchards. The vibrant forest here is home to to hog deers, leopards, wild dogs, hyenas, tigers and many more.


Chandel:

Chandel, also known as Lamka is tiny, but a scenic district in the North-Eastern state of Manipur. It lies about 64 kms away from Imphal, with NH-39 passing through. As it is situated along the lines of the international border separating India and Myanmar, it is known as Gateway to Myanmar. Being home to more than 20 native tribes, Chandel is a wisp of culture and traditions. Each tribe offers a unique identity to the area, where colors of their cultures are blown out in all directions. Travelers visiting Chandel can experience the alluring art forms along with sprightly music and dance. 

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