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Manipur Tour


A dam on the edge of Santhei Natural Park at Andro
  Andro has a rich history of its own. It is an old village know for pottery making. Andro is located 21 km from Imphal at the base of a hill. Nowadays it is becoming popular tourists destination for city dwellers because of its easy accessibility and the attractions.   …Continue Reading →
Govindaji Temple inside Kangla
Kangla was the ancient capital of Manipur Kingdom. It is at the center of Imphal, the capital of Manipur. Kangla was also the seat of royal power and has religious as well as cultural significance for the Manipuris. In fact, it is one of the most precious heritage sites of …Continue Reading →
The auditorium at Chorus-repertory-theater can accommodate 200 peoplea
Ratan Thiyam has established himself as one of the of the major names in the world of theater. He has won accolades for his works and performed all over the world. The Chorus Repertory Theater, a brainchild of Ratan Thiyam has set the benchmark for performance theater in Manipur and …Continue Reading →
Bird's eye view of Imphal City
Imphal must be one of the most beautiful cities to look from the sky. Imphal valley is surrounded by hills on all sides and the city is enveloped by beautiful paddy farms on all sides. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India on his visit to Manipur termed it, …Continue Reading →
Tiny orchid  flowers at Khongampat Orchidarium
Khongampat Orchidarium is located 7 kms from Imphal on the National Highway no. 39. The orchidarium is a small mound in the middle of paddy field. The 200-acre green hill stood out like an island in the middle of a sea.   The cool shades created by the thick woods …Continue Reading →
There are some 1600 graves at the Imphal War Cemetery
Imphal War Cemetery is the resting place of some 1,600 souls who died during the battle of Imphal from 1939 to 1945. The cemetery is maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.   The Japanese Army fought their way from Rangoon all the way to Imphal in 1944. They invaded …Continue Reading →
Fawns basking in the sun at Imphal Zoo
Manipur Zoological Garden or simply Imphal Zoo is situated around 6km from the main city. It is at Iroishemba, along the Imphal-Kangchup Road. The zoo is between a small hillock covered with pine trees and a vast open paddy field. The Imphal Zoo is best known for showcasing animals endemic …Continue Reading →
Ukhrul District is the home of the Tangkhuls
Ukhrul town is one of the higher hill stations in the state of Manipur. It is the home of the Tangkhul Nagas. It is also the headquarter of Ukhrul District.      Perched at an altitude of 1662m and at a distance of 84 km from the capital Imphal, it …Continue Reading →
Visitors admiring the Sadu Chiru Fall
Sadu Chiru Fall is more popularly known as Leimaram Fall because of its closeness to Leimaram in the Bishnupur District of Manipur. But the certified name for the waterfall is Sadu Chiru. The local name is derived from the Sadhu Chiru Hills, after which the village is also named after. …Continue Reading →
Loktak Lake at Twilight
In Manipur, all rivers and rivulets, except for handful converge and meet at Loktak Lake. Like faithful, on pilgrimage; they run the length of the coarse mountain beds, collecting along the way- sediments and fertile soil before laying it at the altar of the largest freshwater lake in Northeast. It …Continue Reading →