Imphal

Imphal is the capital of Manipur, a state in northeastern India. On the Imphal River, Kangla Fort was once the seat of local rulers, and now houses relics. On the south side of the centuries-old Polo Ground, Manipur State Museum has displays including tribal artifacts and a large royal boat. Next to the former Royal Palace, Shri Shri Govindaji Temple has twin domes, a large hall and shrines to Hindu gods.

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Andro Santhei Natural Park
27 kms from Imphal city limits
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Andro Santhei Natural Park is located at Imphal East, Andro. The park is located at a distance of 27 kms from Imphal city center.

Andro Village is located in the foothills of Nongmaiching hill, in the North Eastern side of Manipur. It is a cultural hub of Manipur where some of the state's ethnic heritage, cultural practice and age old traditions can be witnessed. The centuries old ritual fire which still burns at the Panam Ningthou temple under the supervision of the temple authorities is a symbol of deeply rooted religious beliefs and at the fringe of the village there lies Santhei ...

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Andro Village
24 kms from Imphal city limits
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Manipur has a village called Andro village which is famous for its cultural heritage and artful creativeness of Manipur tribes. Andro village is located 24 kms south from Imphal.

Andro, the name of the village is derived from the word "Hnador" which means in their local language 'the village of the people who returned' and according to some sources The Lois are the eraliest settlers of Manipur. It is a small town and a nagar panchayat which has an earmarked huge Schedule Caste population and it represent the creative artecrafts and cultural findings presented by the Manipuri Tribes...

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Awunching Park, Imphal
13 kms from Imphal city limits
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Awunching Park is a ridiculously beautiful park known for its biodiversity and picturesque lake. It is about 13 kms away from the capital city Imphal. Being a part of the biodiversity rich North-East India, Awunching Park provides with great collection of flora. It stands on the Pheidinga hillock. The scenic view of this makes it more attractive to the tourists.

This park was built on 36 hectares of land in the year 2003. Blessed with the bio diversity and a big water body, Awunching Park is a great attraction to children as well as adult tourists coming to Imphal. It is situated on...

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Bir Tirkendrajit Park is one of the prominent parks in Manipur and it is located 1. 7 kilometres from the main city Imphal.

This Bir Tirkendrajit Park is named after a great personality who was once the commander of Manipur army called as Tirkendrajit Singh. He was also known as Bir Tirkendrajit and Koireng, he was a Prince of Independent Kingdom of Manipur which is in today's North-Eastern India. He was the commander of Manipur army and engineered a palace revolution which is popularly known as Anglo-Manipur War of 1891 or "Manipur Expedition". However, under the orders of Lt. Col. ...

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Chingarel Biodiversity Park
10 kms from Imphal city limits
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Chingarel Biodiversity Park is one of the best parks in Imphal. Located around 10 kms from Imphal, the park is situated in Chingarel Hill of Waiton.

The main objective of the park is Conservation of indigenous plants,herbs, orchids and many other medicinal and aromatic varieties mainly collected from Manipur State. Some of them are Labangalata, Urirei, Madhabi, Gingko Biloba, Kamini, Kusum, Leihao, Seven varieties of bamboo, 25 different colors of Khagileihao, Urirom, Na-u, Kap and other seasonal flowers. It has children park, rest house and one dinning hall. There is also a small po...

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Manipur has a well-known theatre called as Chorus Repertory Theater in Imphal and is located 5. 1 kilometres far from the main city Imphal.

The main personality behind the construction of this Theater is Ratan Thiyam who is a globally renowned playwright and theatre director. He made his stupendous mark as a director, painter, actor and musician. Along with his great group of artists, Ratan Thiyam has performed a number of stage shows worldwide and in India too. He constructed this Theater in 1976 on the outskirts of the Imphal and it is survived strong till today with the ever visit...

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Ebudhou Thangjing Temple, Moirang
46 kms from Imphal city limits
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Ebudhou Thangjing Temple is located in Moirang of Bishnupur district of Manipur, 46 kms from the Imphal city center.

Manipur has an important traditional deity called as Ibudhou Thangjing who built his kingdom on the banks of Loktak lake. This temple is dedicated to Ebudhou Thangjing because of his immense blessings on Manipuris. The greenery and the surroundings of Ibudhou Thangjing temple is an added bonus.

The temple adotns itself with lights and glitter every year and a special attraction during the Lai Haroba festival - celebrated during the month of May. Dancing, sing...

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Eco Historical Park is a historical place located in Wangkhei, Imphal, Manipur. It is located around 3. 9 km away from the city centre of Imphal.

Eco Historical Park is a tiny area assembled on the edge of Ningthem Pukhri which is an artificial pond. The park is maintained and looked at by MGM club. It was built by the consent of local people and the financial assistance was provided by the Environment Wing of Government of Manipur. The historrical park has a big space for children to play. There are many swings like Slides, seesaw, mountain climbing ladder where children can have ...

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Ima Keithal is a 500 years old market with over 5000 women traders. This market is world's only all women run market place in Manipur. It is located at a distance of 1. 5 Km from the Imphal bus station. This market is located within the city limits of Imphal.

A unique symbol of Manipur's history, Ima Keithel (which translates to 'mother's market') is believed to be the largest all-women market in Asia, and possibly the world. There are more than 5000 strong shopkeepers who are all women. This unit of women represents the strong foothold of women in the Manipuri society. Any women i...

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Imphal Science Centre
5.1 kms from Imphal city limits
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The Science Centre of Imphal is located in Uripok Kangchup Road, Takyel, Lamphelpat, Imphal. It is located around 5. 1 kms away from the city centre of Imphal.

The Centre consists of numerous sections which is divided into indoor and outdoor; it includes technological know-how Gallery, Human overall performance Gallery, kids activity corner, Planetarium and Science Park as well.

The Centre is designed in way so that tours/programmes of school kids can be organised here. The Curator desired that educational establishments located in every corner of the state enthralled t...

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Imphal War Cemetery is a well known historical place of Manipur. It is just 10 kms away from the Imphal international airport in a small subdivision called Dewlahlane.

The war cemetery was built after World War II and was designed by Colin St. Clair Oakes. During the Second World War, in 1944 a battle between the Commonwealth forces and Japan took place in Imphal. As a result of the war, to bury the war victims of the Commonwealth forces, this Cemetery was built. Initially, the Cemetery had 950 burials. When the war was over, other burials from smaller cemeteries were transported int...

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INA Memorial Imphal
45 kms from Imphal city limits
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INA Martyr's Memorial Complex is dedicated to the Indian soldiers who had fought in the Second World War. The Memorial is located in Moirang of Manipur, 45 kms from the Manipur's capital Imphal.

The INA Memorial Complex consists of five units. The Netaji library, built in the memory of S. Bose was opened in 1968 and has a great collection of boooks, manuscripts, periodicals focused on freedom and documents too. There is a special INA museum, featuring the large collections of objects and paintings from the events of World War II, about the liberation movement which aims to educate ea...

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Indira Park, Imphal
Within Imphal city limits
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Indira Park is a calm and composed small park in the middle of the busy city Imphal. Being a good place for people to relax, it can also make kids burst into liveliness. It stands at an altitude of about 2579 feet above the sea level. It is about 1. 7 kilometer away from the center of the city Imphal.

Indira Park is one of the best visiting places in Imphal. Situated near the Thangal Bazar of Imphal, Indira Park is a good place for recreation purposes. The Park houses a man-made lake and other children's activities like slides, see-saws. March, April, October and November are the bes...

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Iskcon Imphal
Within Imphal city limits
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The ISKCON Imphal Sri Sri Radha Krishna Chandra Temple, situated close to the banks of the Imphal River, is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Krishna. Featuring a unique architecture, the structure of this temple is made using bricks that are coated with white cement. This gives an impression that the shrine is built of white marbles. Adding to its exclusivity is the dome shaped roof with beautiful paintings, depicting various phases and stories related to Lord Krishna's life.

It might be unusual to see a pagoda-like architectural design when it comes to a temple but may be this uniquene...

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Kangla Fort is one of the most attractive tourist attractions in the city of Imphal. Located in Kangla, it is situated at a distance of a mere 1. 8 Km from Imphal, Manipur. Kangla Fort is one of the oldest monuments in Manipur and this fort is a symbol of Manipur's glory.

The palace of Kangla was once situated on both sides i. e. Western and Eastern, of the bank of the Imphal River. The word 'Kangla' literally means dry land in Manipuri or Meetei language. Kangla was the ancient capital of Manipur and several Meetei rulers have ruled their territory of Manipur from the Kangla Fort....

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Kangla Museum, Imphal
Within Imphal city limits
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Situated close to the banks of the Imphal River, the Kangla Museum is a symbol of Manipur's glory. It is located at a distance of 2. 6 Km from Imphal Bus Station. It is located within the city limits of Imphal.

The Kangla Museum is situated in the old Victorian Building in Manipur serves as a space highlighting the culture, myths, and legends of Kangla. It also serves as a bridge between cultures, especially when it comes to people from outside Manipur. At the time of construction, it was situated on both sides (western and eastern) of the bank of the Imphal River. But now it remai...

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Keibul National Park in Bishnupur district of Manipur is a Protected reserve, located 30 kms south of Imphal city.

The name Keibul Lamjao derives from - Kei meaning Tiger, Bul meaning vast and Lamjao meaning Land. Altogether it is known for the vast tiger population. The park is a swamp encompassing three hills namely Pabot, Toya and Chingjao which provide a refuge for the large mammals during monsoons. The national park is also known for Sangai, a brow-antlered deer - also called as dancing deer which was first discovered in 1839 in Manipur which is under the list of IUCN's endange...

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Khonghampat Orchidarium
10.5 kms from Imphal city limits
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Khonghampat Orchidarium is an exquisite orchid garden located in Imphal. Maintained by the state's Forest Department, this beautiful garden is not just visited but even revisited by tourists every year. The garden is graced with over 120 varieties of orchids and appears like a grand mural of blooming flora. The Khonghampat State Orchidarium is located at a distance of 10. 5 kms from the main city of Imphal.

Sprawling across 200 acres of land, this garden exudes a sweet fragrance that is bound to leave one deeply mesmerised. Here, one can find rarely seen flowers, some of which rese...

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Khongjom War Memorial Complex is a beautiful and one of the best Memorials in the region, located on Imphal Moreh National Highway. It is located at a distance of 36 kms from Imphal city center.

Khongjom is the Place where last war was fought against British India, after which princely state of Manipur(Kangleipak) became under the empire of British India. A war memorial laid on the top of this venerable hill adds the historical ambience of the heroic site. Khongjom Day is observed as a State Function every year on April 23.

The Khongjom War Memorial Complex has been dev...

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Kombirei Garden, Imphal is one of the major tourist attractions near the city of Located at Lamlong-Tinsid Road, It is situated at a distance of 6. 6 Km from Imphal, Manipur. The garden is renowned for preserving endangered and rare flowers that are exclusively found in this park.

Kombirei Garden was established with the main objective of preservation and cultivation of 'Kombirei' flower or Iris. This endangered indigenous flower of the state has gone extinct from other parts of Manipur and can be found only in the garden. The garden was inaugurated on April 7, 2008, with only one ...

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Kuki Independence War Memorial is one of the best war memorials situated in the state of Manipur. Kuki Independence War Memorial is located in Imphal city limits. The memorial is around 3 kilometres from the Imphal city centre.

The Kuki Independence War Memorial was constructed and inaugurated on the 98th anniversary of Anglo-Kuki War. The war is also known as Khongjai Lan and is recognized as the State holiday in Manipur. The Kukis are the tribes of Manipur valley and helped the Maharaja of Manipur everytime the latter needed the help. According to British historians, the operatio...

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Langhtabal Konung, Imphal
9.8 kms from Imphal city limits
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Langthabal Konung is a historical monument which tells the tale of Manipur's kingdom, situated in the state of Manipur. The fort is situated around 9. 8 kms from the Imphal city centre.

The fort was constructed in the late 19th century by Maharaja Gambhir Singh of Manipur. The site was once the royal place of Maharaja Gambhir Singh and now is situated inside the campus of Manipur University. The palace was constucted when the Manipur became free from the Burmese invasion. The historic Langhtabal Palace was listed under Manipur ancient heritage sites in 1981 but currently, proper ca...

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Langjing Achouba Makha Leikai Pond is a water pond situated to the south of Imphal. Langjing Achouba Makha Leikai Pond is located very close to Imphal city limits. The park is around 7 kms from the Imphal city centre.

Langjing Achouba Makha Leikai Pond is a local water resource for the village of Langjing Achouba. The place is developed into a tourist attraction then after which offers a scenic beauty. The place is preferred by people for morning and evening walks. It is also considered as a historical landmark as the place has found the importance of Anglo-Kuki War too.
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Lilashing Khongnangkhong is a historical monument situated in the state of Manipur. Lilashing Khongnangkhong is located in Imphal city limits. The memorial is around 2 kilometres from the Imphal city centre.

The Lilashing Khongnangkhong is considered as a historical landmark as it is surrounded by many of the important places in the town. The Lilashing Khongnangkhong is both a locality and a chowk kind of in Imphal city. It is also a consideration as a landmark here. Around the circle, there is Reserve Bank of India and Manipur House is present.

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Loktak Lake, Imphal
53 kms from Imphal city limits
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The iconic Loktak Lake is located in Bishnpur district, at the distance of 53 Kms from the Imphal. It is the largest freshwater lake in Northeast India. The World's only floating National Park is located in Loktak Lake.

Loktak Lake is famous for its circular floating swamps which are called Phumdis in the local language. The term phumdis refers to a collection of a heterogeneous mass of vegetation, soil, and organic matter at various stages of decomposition. Resembling miniature islands, these phumdis are found in various forms, floating on the lake. The largest of all the phumdis...

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Lord Sanamahi temple
Within Imphal city limits
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Lord Sanamahi Temple is the only temple animistic faith of Manipur which was constructed particularly to enshrine the animistic deity. The temple is also important for its architectural variety. The deity Lord Sanamahi is worshipped in the temple. The rituals are of typical Hindu style.

The temple is situated in Imphal town in the first Manipur Rifle Ground. It was patronized by king Kulachandra in 1891. The structure is raised on an octagonal base. Internally the sanctum is octagonal. The decoration of deity and puja system is based on Hindu methods. The puja performed by the prie...

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Loukoi Pat Lake
30 kms from Imphal city limits
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Loukoi Pat Lake is a small lake located close to the Tiddim Road on NH 150 at Bishnupur, near Imphal. This small picturesque water body is placed around 30 kms from Imphal. This lake attracts a number of visitors every year.

Loukoi Pat Lake has something special about it which makes it interesting than most of its kind. This turquoise lake makes for an ideal tourist site, where visitors not only get to behold the scenic beauty, but also get an opportunity to enjoy boating. Whole area is surrounded with greenery and is developed as an eco-park for picnics and hangouts. One can spend q...

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Mahabali Temple is a religious place known for its calm and composed surroundings. It is a testimony to the spread of Hinduism's Ramanadi cult in Manipur. Mahabali Temple stands on the banks of the Imphal River, making it a visual treat. The temple is situated in the Mahabali forest, just 4. 1 kilometer away from the city of Imphal.

The Mahabali Temple is believed to be built in 1725 AD by King Garib Nawaj. The temple shows off a beautiful idol of Lord Hanuman carved on a big piece of stone. The idol shows Lord Hanuman in a human form in dancing posture. A Gada is placed on the right...

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Makoi Park
6.6 kms from Imphal city limits

Makoi Park is a small park located in Imphal, Manipur. It is located around 6. 6 kms away from the city centre of Imphal.

Makoi Park is a beautiful but small park. The Park has many small swings and slides for children. It is very common to spot children playing during evening hours as there are good facilities for children. The serene beauty of this park is appreciated by everyone who visits here. The park has a lush green environment, there are many trees, small plants, bushes and colourful flowers present in Makoi Park. There are big play areas which has green grasses all over. <...

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Manipur State Museum is one of the major tourist attractions near the city of Imphal. Located at Kangla near the Polo Ground, It is situated at a distance of a mere 1. 8 Km from Imphal, Manipur. The Manipur State Museum is one of the major tourist hotspots in the state and it depicts the great history of Manipur through ancient objects and paintings.

The Manipur State Museum was inaugurated on 23rd September 1969, by the then Prime Minister of India- Indira Gandhi. The two-storey Museum has become a full-fledged multipurpose structure comprising of various galleries of natural hist...

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Manipur Zoological Gardens
8 kms from Imphal city limits
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Described as the Jewel Box of the state, Manipur Zoological Garden is home to about 400 common and rare species of animals and birds. The Manipur Zoological Gardens is located around 8 kms from Imphal city center, in Lamphelpat on Imphal-Kanchup road.

It was established on 2nd October, 1976 and since then it has given shelter to endangered species, many of which are included in the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972. The surroundings of Manipur Zoological Garden are marked by dense forest and hillocks. It sprawls over a large area of about 8 hectares and provides shelter to Eld's Deer, ...

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Matai Garden, Imphal
8 kms from Imphal city limits
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Matai Garden is one of the major tourist attractions near the city of Imphal. Located at Luwangsangbam, it is located at a distance of a mere 8 kms from Imphal, Manipur. The garden is renowned for its well-shaped trees, lush greenery and mesmerising background.

Matai Garden is one of the oldest gardens in Imphal. It is also known as Ibudhou Asheiningthou Garden. The name Ibudhou Asheiningthou is inspired from the name of a local god in Matai. The main attractions of Matai Garden are the variety of famous Duranta Plants. These plants grow all across the landscape in this garden and ...

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Nupi Lal Memorial Complex is a historical monument which tells the tale of Manipur women's war, situated in the state of Manipur. Nupi Lal Memorial Complex is located in Imphal city limits. The fort is around 3 kilometres from the Imphal city centre.

Nupi Lal Memorial Complex is a historic place of Imphal. This memorial is of British times who ruled India for two centuries and the women of Manipur started agitation against the British government for increasing the price of rice. The British government acquired the rice from the state's paddy field. A few women were shot dead during...

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Phayeng Chakpa Park, Imphal
18 kms from Imphal city limits
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Phayeng Chakpa Hei-yu Park is one of the best parks situated in the state of Manipur. The park is around 18 kms from the Imphal city centre, or it is an hour drive.

Phayeng Chakpa Hei-yu Park is park located in a town of Manipur known as Lamlongei. The locals and visitors visit the park on a daily basis in huge numbers. There is an open playground and a running stream inside the park. The park also offers a scenic beauty. It is a good spot for one day picnic. Visitors can ideally spend around an hour, on a visit to the Phayeng Chakpa Hei-yu Park. Phayeng Chakpa Hei-yu Park can be v...

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Pheidinga Park, Imphal
14 kms from Imphal city limits

Pheidinga Park is one of the best parks situated to the north of Imphal. Pheidinga Park is located in Imphal city limits. The park is around 14 kms from the Imphal city center, or it is an hour drive.

Pheidinga Garden is one of the normal parks or a kind of morning walk parks situated in Imphal. There is a lush green field where people are often seen doing exercise. There is a children park which is completely free. Visitors can ideally spend around an hour, on a visit to the Pheidinga Park. Pheidinga Park can be visited during timings 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM and there is no Entry Fee. ...

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Red Hill Lokpaching
16 kms from Imphal city limits
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Red Hill is a hillock about 16 kms from Imphal. This was the Red Hill where the Japanese and the British fought the fierce battle during the 2nd world war that the advancement of the Japanese into the Indian territory resulted in this war. The War was prolonged for 9 long days in the year 1944. This is considered to be the worst battle at Imphal.

Lt. General Iwaichi Fujiwara, a Japanese veteran constructed 'The India Peace Memorial' to commemorate the death of Japanese soldiers who lost their lives in this battle which was inaugurated in 1994. Red Hill Lokpaching has its own histor...

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RKCS Art Gallery and Museum is one of the major tourist attractions near the city of Imphal. Located in RKSC Colony, it is situated at a distance of mere 3 km from the city of Imphal, Manipur and can be reached in just 10 minutes via the NH-2 by a personal vehicle.

RKCS Art Gallery and Museum is the most prestigious art gallery in the state of Manipur. It showcases history, art and culture of Manipur through paintings. The paintings are the original creation of Manipur's legendary Artist Raj Kumar Chandrajit Sana, famously known as RKCS. The RKCS Art Gallery was founded originally ...

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Samban- Lei - Sekpil
Within Imphal city limits
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Samban-Lei Sekpil Garden is a popular tourist attraction located on the side Tiddim Road, 5 km from the Imphal city centre. Samban Lei is a Manipuri word where 'Samban' means fencing while 'Lei' means flower.

This topiary was created by Moirangthem Okendra Kumbi and it is modelled in the shape of a series of open umbrellas and spheres. The Garden is famous for being home to the Samban-Lei Sekpil, a shrub which is 61 ft tall. Because of the astounding height of the shrub it has been recorded in the Limca Book of Records in 1991 and the Guinness Book of Records in 1999 and also earned ...

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Sekta Archaeological Living Museum is located in Sekta village. At a distance of 17 kms from Imphal.

Sekta Archaeological Living Museum is called as "Sekta Kei" in the local language and it is known for the secondary burial findings. This is the open air living museum which was excavated by the Archaeological Survey of India in association with the State Archaeological Department of Manipur and even Department of History of Manipur University also associated. Altogether these excavations were carried out in 1991, from then it got the history loving travellers attention towards this l...

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Selloi Langmai Ecological Park is a newly built park which is spread in an area of around 12 acres, it is located in Nongmaijing Chingkhong hill, Laphupokpi, Kshtrigao, Imphal East district, Manipur. This park is located around 11 kms away from the city centre of Imphal.

Selloi Langmai Ecological Park is located on the Japanese side of the valley and it is surrounded by green hills of evergreen trees. The doorway to the park is marvellous as it is a mix of nature and it has an embellished entrance of woods and cane. The main park vicinity is a treat to the eyes with sprawling flora ...

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Sendra Island
50 kms from Imphal city limits
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Sendra Island is a hilly outcrop located in Moirang in Manipur. This beautiful outland is situated around 50 kms from Imphal. This place offers an amazing bird's eye view of the freshwater lake – Loktak Lake. Sendra Island and Loktak Lake combines to offer a beauty, one can find nowhere else in the country. This place is visited by many wildlife travellers and nature enthusiasts.

This floating Island on the largest fresh water lake in the country and is made of organic waste. One can spot small islands there in the form of crumbs of matted weed called 'Phumdis'. These beds of phumd...

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Shahid Minar is a hertiage structure which is believed to be around 100 years old. It is located in BT road, Paona Bazaar, Imphal, Manipur. This structure is present within the city limits of Imphal.

Shahid Minar is located in Bir Tikendrajit Park. Inside the park, there is a tall monument dedictated to the martyrs of Manipur. This mounument was built to keep the memories of the high spirited martyrs alive, who fought the Britishers during the known Anglo-Manipur war in 1891. The centre of the park has been constructed with a 11 metres tall tower like structure which is also known a...

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Shri Govindajee Temple is one of the most beautiful and palatial temples in Imphal, which is the capital city of Manipur. It is also the largest temple in Imphal. The temple is located next to the palace of the former rulers of the Manipur. It is located at the distance of 3 Km from Imphal Bus Stand.

Surrounded by tall, green trees, a lake, and picturesque gardens, Shri Govindajee temple belongs to the Hindu Vaishnav. Govinda (a name of Lord Krishna) is the presiding deity at this temple. Temple also has idols of Radha, Balaram, Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra.

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Singda Dam
Within Imphal city limits
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Singda Dam is a picturesque man made reservior surrounded by paddy fields and lush green hills. It is a very popular hiking and picnicking spot. Located at an altitude of 920 mts above sea level, the dam is a multipurpose irrigation project overlooking a beautiful lake, located at about 19 km west of Imphal.

Singda Dam is one of the highest earthen dams in India. The dam is 490m in length and 60m in height. The main objectives of the dam is to provide drinking water to greater Imphal and a proper irrigation facility to its nearby area. The dam and its surroundings is knows for its ...

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Temple Of Thangal General is both a temple and historical monument situated in the state of Manipur. Temple Of Thangal General is located in Imphal city limits. The temple is around 5 kilometres from the Imphal city centre.

The temple of Thangal General is located in the Wangkhai locality of Imphal. The temple is dedicated Thangal Menjor also known as Lungthoubu Thangal. He is considered as a warrior and sacrificed his life protecting the motherland from Brtish serving in the reign of Gambhir Singh Maharaja. The temple is constructed in a Bengal style and structure of dome represen...

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Tharon Cave
90 kms from Imphal city limits
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Tharon Cave is an unexplored place of the past is located at a distance of 27 km from the district headquarters of Tamenlong in the state of Manipur - around 90 kms from Imphal city. The cave has not been touched or renewed ever since it was discovered. This cave provides the taste of wilderness of nature at its best. It is a paradise for adventure enthusiasts.

Tharon Cave also spelled as Thaeuluan Cave holds the glory of being a place of abode for the Hobinian culture people hailing from the North Vietnam area for a long period of time. It is situated at an altitude of 900m above t...

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Three Mothers Art Gallery is one of the hidden tourist attractions in the city of Imphal. Located at Thangapat Road, It is situated at a distance of a mere 4. 3 Km from Imphal, Manipur. It is a renowned museum housing a special and unique form of art.

Three Mothers Art Gallery houses a collection of Driftwood sculpture art. The entire gallery is located in a single shed-like room of 1000 square feet. There are no signboards to the gallery, so it is a little difficult to find, but once you reach the place, all things seem like a fair price. The gallery houses the artwork of Gurumayu...

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Tribal Museum and Research Centre is one of the best museums situated in the north-eastern states of India. Tribal Museum and Research Centre located within Imphal city limits.

Tribal Museum and Research Centre is a private museum constructed in 1987 which brought out a new show called 'Know Your Manipur' in the year 1997. The museum was built to support and preserve the different cultures of the different tribes of Manipur. The TRI conducts the research and evaluation studies on problems related to the tribe. They also document the customary tribal laws. The Tribal Research and M...

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49/49 Places to Visit in Imphal
Waithou Lake
18 kms from Imphal city limits
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Waithou Lake, located in the Waithou hill of Thoubal village in Thoubal district of Manipur, is a prominent lake in Manipur. It is at a distance of 18 kms far from the state's main city Imphal.

The lake is located in the northern part Thoubal district which is known for its many wonder lakes and rivers with part of the famous Loktak lake falling in this district. This lake has been formed by the drained water that was coming due to the collection of water from the near Waithou hill and the many paddy fields on the west and east. It is located on the Imphal-Myanmar road (Indo-Myanmar...

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