Singda, Imphal



Singda, Imphal is a picturesque tour undertaken by all enthusiastic travelers to this north eastern state of Manipur in India. Singda in Manipur is situated at a distance of about 16 kilometers, west of Imphal.

Singda, located at a height of 921 meters above sea level, is a perfect picnic spot. It overlooks an artificial lake and the Manipur valley. Singda, famous for its Singda dam, is a multipurpose project. Singda Dam in Manipur has been constructed by National Projects Construction Corporation Limited The Government of Manipur has set up Singda Irrigation Project in Singda. The irrigation project allows water conservation and its proper usage in Manipur valley.

Singda Dam at Kangchup also houses a health resort ideal for tourists. This place is frequented by picnickers, hitch hikers, tourists and health enthusiasts. An inspection bungalow in Singda makes it convenient for tourists to visit this beautiful site.

Singda, Imphal is very conveniently accessible by road from the capital city of Manipur. Buses, cars, motor bikes and even cycles are used to reach this place. The best time to visit Singda is between October and May.



Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

     


     

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