Langthabal, Imphal

Langthabal, Imphal is one of the most strikingly beautiful places, most suitable for sight seeing in the state of Manipur. It is a small hillock, which is located about 8 km from the capital city of Imphal. It is situated on the Indo-Burma Road. Langthabal houses an ancient historic palace and some temples. These ancient relics make Langthabal an important tourist attraction in Imphal.

The structures and the constructions are beautifully placed among the jackfruit and pine trees, making the ancient edifices all the more picturesque. Langthabal also offers a good and clear view of the Manipur University.

Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012



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