Tourist places in Agartala

Agartala is the capital city of Tripura and the second-largest city in northeast India after Guwahati. It is blessed with a plethora of historical architecture and popular locations that one should not miss. Some of the top tourist places in Agartala are Ujjayanta Palace, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura Sundari Temple, Neermahal, Jagannath Temple, Chittangong Hills and Kunjaban Palace. 

Established in 1901, Ujjayanta Palace is the epitome of richness with magnificent tiled floors, wooden ceilings, and huge fancy doors. It served as the meeting place for Tripura Legislative Assembly till 2011 and now it serves as a famous museum in Tripura. One of the best places for nature lovers in Agartala is the Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary that is home to a variety of flora, fauna and avifauna. While visiting this place, you will come across lakes where you can choose to do boating also.

Tripura is famous for many religious places and historical sites one such place is Tripura Sundari Temple. This 500-year-old temple is located in Udaipur – nearly 55km away from Agartala and attracts tourist from all over the country. Another historic place is Neermahal Palace, famously known as the “Lake Palace of Tripura” and is the largest of its kind in India. If you are looking for a place for peace and tranquility in Agartala then you must visit Jagannath Temple in Ujjayanta Palace grounds.  There are many places to visit in Agartala to look at scenic views and to be at one. Chittangong Hills is one such place with captivating landscapes and surroundings. The lush green hills, beautiful flowers, valleys and the forests are always calling for visitors.

Tripura is blessed with natural wonders and is one of the popular places to visit during holidays. These are few of the tourist places in Agartala – the capital of Tripura but there are numerous places of attractions to visit in the whole state.

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