places to visit in manipur

Manipur, a state located in the north east of India, is also called Switzerland of India. Extremely cool and beautiful natural scenery, unique wildlife, floating islands and the locals here.... You cannot be loved by Manipur with all these qualities. From a political point of view, Manipur is also a very important state. It has Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the south, Assam in the west and Manipur in the east, shares the international border with Myanmar.

Ema Market

This is the largest market in Manipur. Ema means ' mother ' so it is also called the Mother's market. The highlight of this market is that there are about five thousand shops. Imphal is in the heart of the city of. It has its own identity. It is a very big market which only women run. There are shops ranging from vegetables, eggs and poultry, fresh happy fishes to clothes and shoes and iron items. The market is spread over 3500 sq ft. Tin roofs on the high terrace are open to the rest. Women of all ages are in the market. Vaishnava women can be identified separately by tilak on their foreheads.

Kangla Palace

The Kangla Palace, built in the sixteenth century, tells the story of the formation and desolation of Manipur. The entire fort can be comfortably rotated in one to two hours by foot, bicycle or battery car.

Pillar thoib

Apart from Imphal, many places are visible. In these, morang is important in many respects. It is 45 km south of Imphal. It is the birthplace of Manipur's Heer Ranjha "Khambha-Thoibi". In his name, Khamba-Thoibe folk dance is a popular dance of Manipur. There is also a temple of thangjig deity.  Thangjin is a forest deity who is considered revered all over Manipur. In its honour, "Lai-Haroba" folk dance is held every year in the month of May.

The City of Thoubal

The Thoubal, which is included in the philosophical sights of Manipur, is a tourist destination where you can enjoy your journey, as tourists can enjoy trekking here. Thoubal is very famous for its many temples and waterfalls. You can also make your journey enjoyable by visiting tourist places like Theobal River, Imphal River, Icop Lake, Wathau Lake, People's Museum, Louise Lake, Thoubal Bazar, Khongjom War Memorial etc.

Bishnupur

If the dense forests enthrall you, The Bishanupur in Manipur is the perfect place for you to roam every season. You can enjoy the dense forest and huge meadows here. This place is considered sacred because of temples and ancient relics. You can come here and visit the Kebul Lamgo National Park with Rasancha, Jorbangla Temple, Panch Ratna Temple, Dal Madol, Susuniya Hills, Shyamarai Temple, Sideswara Temple.

Chandel

The major tourist places in Manipur also include chandel city which is located in the heart of the border of India and Myanmar. The tourist spot is located at a distance of about 64 kms from Imphal. Chandela is a centre of attraction for tourists because of its beauty as well as its culture. The tourists who come to Chandel like the dance and music so much that they are not able to forget this unique scene.

Imphal

Out of the famous scenic spots in Manipur, imphal, the capital of Manipur, is the most attractive tourist destination that gives four moons in the beautifully of lakes with its green litigants and beautiful natural environment. You can come here and enjoy your visit by visiting tourist places like Sirohi National Park, Sexta Archaeological Living Museum, Kangla Fort, Manipur State Museum, Shri Govinda Mandir, Manipur Zoological Garden, Kaybul Lamjao National Park etc.

Loktak Lake

It is a very large freshwater lake in north-eastern India. The lake has a kind of full bloom that adorns it with four moons. Many castes are also found in the loktak. The folk is even more merit than the floating island. The lake gathers thatch and becomes like an island. The fishermen are made to make a value or a hut to stay on them. When the water rises in the lake, it starts flowing from one side to the other. It is a unique view that. There is a rest house on a small hill between Loktak Lake. The lake around, the breath of cold air, and the greenery, have also been called such a rare scene elsewhere?

Moreh

Moreh is the frontier town of Manipur, half of India, half in Myanmar. It can be transported on foot to the town of Tamu in Myanmar. A pass is issued with a fixed fee to go to Myanmar through which a few hours can be taken. Many people from this border come to India from Myanmar and Myanmar from India in connection with the trade. Both Tamu and Moreh (moreh) are big markets where goods brought from Myanmar as well as Thailand and China are available at reasonable prices. The Indian rupee also runs in these markets. Here, many people speak and understand Hindi.