If greenery is something that has always attracted you, Ukhrul is the town you must visit. The district headquarters of Ukhrul district in Manipur Ukhrul is enchanting,
Nestled in the lower eastern corner of the Indian Subcontinent, the state of Manipur shares 352 km of international boundary with Myanmar and lies south of Nagaland, north of Mizoram and east of
Manipur, as the name suggests, is a land of jewels. It is one of the “7 Sisters” of North-Eastern India. Its rich cultural heritage in martial arts, dance, theatre and sculpture has endured the test of time. The charm of Manipur lies in its breath-taking natural beauty with lush greenery and a moderate climate. Area 22,347 km2Capital Imphal Population 27.2 lakhs Language Meiteilon Climate Moderate Rains: May-Mid October Warmest: July (32 C) Coldest: January (0 C)Best Season October to February
Manipur Tourism :
Manipur tourism has its own indigenous aspects for those smitten by wanderlust. The Shirui Lily, the Sangai deer, the floating islands at the Loktak Lake, the verdant green expanse, its moderate climate and its ethnicity are unique characteristics of this northeastern state of India. Travel to this place is nevertheless intriguing and interesting.
Manipur is bordered by Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the South, Assam in the west and Burma in the east.
Travel Treats – Places In Manipur of Tourist Interest
Imphal, the capital city of Manipur abounds in scenic beauty and wildlife. Many eyebrows will be raised on knowing that the game Polo originated in Imphal. The place also houses a lot of ancient relics, temples and monuments. Imphal finds itself mentioned in the Second World War owing to the Battle of Imphal and the Battle of Kohima.
It is clustered with numerous tourist places that simply add to Manipur tourism. Shree Govindajee Temple, the Kangla Palace, War Cemeteries, Ima Keithel - a bazzar run by the women folk only, Imphal valley and a couple of Gardens are some places that make the place utterly touristy.
Chandel, a district and town is special as it happens to be the gateway to Myanmar. It is undoubtedly an integral aspect of Manipur tourism. Chandel and Tamenglong abounds in biodiversity with its varied species of flora and fauna. Moreh in Chandel happens to be the commercial hub of Manipur. The Orange Festival in Tamenglong attracts tourists and people from nearby places for a fruity festivity, making it a major tourist attraction.
Senapati boasts of small villages that have a tinge of uniqueness making it touristy. Maram Khullen, Makhel and Yangkhullen bespeaks of history, Mao is the gateway to the state of Manipur and Purul is the land of Toutou, a popular game of the state.
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