Phubala, Imphal



Phubala, Imphal is an enchanting tourist location. This place offers a number of attractions for people visiting here from far and wide. Phubala is situated about 40 km away from Imphal. It is close to the western outskirts of Loktak Lake, in the southern part of Imphal.

The Loktak Lake is one of the biggest fresh water lakes in Manipur, North East India. Due to its vast expanse, different migratory birds frequently visit the lake. Phubala in Imphal has emerged as a delightful small resort where travelers can find different water sports facilities. These types of sports have been introduced in the recent years for the recreation of the visitors coming here each year.

The Karang and Thanga islands that lie in the middle of the lake also adds to the attraction for the travelers. Travelers can reach these small islands through boating.

Tourist Bungalow provides best accommodation facilities in Phubala for travelers coming here. This bungalow houses excellent amenities for the convenience of their guests. For booking and more information every traveler can contact the Director of Tourism under the Government of Manipur.

Phubala, Imphal is a unique destination to spend a peaceful vacation with family and friends away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. It offers a mesmerizing view of the Loktak Lake and the life near this lake.



Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

     


     

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