Manipur is one of the beautiful northeastern states of India bounded by Nagaland, Mizoram, Myanmar, and Assam. Also known as the jewelled town of India, it rightly justifies the picturesque land. Surrounded by nine hills and the presence of an oval-shaped valley at the centre, it really does look like jewellery. The lush greenery, the wide array of flora, the colours of the sky, and the festivals of this state add to the beauty of the land. This mesmerising state in the northeastern region of India is a melting pot of culture, natural beauty, and breath-taking places to visit.
WHY TOURISTS FLOCK HERE
The beauty of Manipur attracts tourists every year from around the world. It is one of the prides of India in the east and also an ever-blooming tourist destination. Some tourists travel all the way from the opposite side of the world and from many different places to get close and to understand the culture and traditions of Manipur. The legends, customs, and cultural heritage and traditions of Manipur are really interesting and drive tourists’ curiosity. The locals are extremely kind and welcoming, and they really enjoy interacting and showing astonishing places in their state to visitors.
The places of attraction famous among tourists are bestowed with nature’s bounty, and there are myriad options to choose from when it comes to sightseeing. The vibrant festivals and culinary delights of this state also add to its popularity.
Best time to visit Manipur: September-April
How to reach: Imphal airport. The nearest railway station is Dimapur, Nagaland. Buses ply to Imphal regularly from here. Read more…