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Tourist Attractions in Manipur

Tourist Attraction in Manipur

Shri Shri Govindajee Temple
Shri Shri Govindajee Temple is situated near the palace of the former rulers of Manipur. This temple is a sacred pilgrimage and historic center for Vaisnavites. It is a simple and beautiful structure with twin gold domes, a paved courtyard and a large congregation hall. The presiding deity, Radha Govinda is flanked by idols of Balaram and Krishna on one hand and Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra on the other hand.

Manipur Zoological Garden
Manipur Zoological Garden is located about 6 kms. from Imphal towards the west at Iroishemba, hidden half-a-mile from the Imphal-Kangchup road. Sangai, the brow-antlered deer and one of the rare species in the world, can be seen here in the sylvan surroundings. A trip to this garden at the foot of pine-covered hills in the western-most corner of Lamphelpat, will be very interesting.

Shaheed Minar, Manipur

Shaheed Minar
The imposing Shaheed minar of Bir Tikendrajit park stand tall in the eastern side of the Imphal Pologround. This Minar commemorates the indomitable spirit of Manipur martyrs who sacrificed their lives while fighting against the British in 1891. The eye-catching Minar also serves as an ideal background for photo shoots.

Singda, a beautiful picnic spot is located at an altitude of 921 metres. Singda is located about 16 kms away from Imphal. In this place, tourists are greeted by a breeze-ruffled artificial lake.


Langthabal is located about 6 kms from Imphal on the Indo-Myanmar road. Langthabal is a small hill that is rich in the relics of an old historical place.

Moirang is located about 45 kms away from Imphal on Tiddim Road. The ancient temple of the pre-Hindu deity, Lord Thangjing stands there. In the month of May, the people celebrate the festival of Moirang Lai Haraoba. In this festival, men and women in bright traditional costumes sing and dance in honour of the Lord. It was from the village of Moirang that the graceful, Khamba Thoibi dance originated. It was also at Moirang that flag of the Indian National Army was first hoisted on Indian soil on April 14, 1944. There is an INA Museum here that exhibits letters, photographs, badges of ranks and other articles associated with INA. A bronze statue of Netaji in uniform stands proud in the lawn.

Loktak Lake, Manipur

Loktak Lake
The Loktak Lake is like a miniature sea and the largest fresh water lake in the North-east. Sendra is a hillock situated on an island of Loktak lake, about 48 kms. away from Imphal on Tidim road. From the Tourist bunglow, set atop Sendra island, visitors can get a birds eye-view of the unique Loktak Lake and the floating mass called "Phumdis".


Keibul Lamjao National Park
The Keibul Lamjao National Park is located in the south western part of the Loktak Lake. This is the last natural habitat of the Sangai, the marsh-friendly brow-antlered deer of Manipur. Keibul Lamjao National Park is the only floating park in the world.

Kaina is a beautiful hillock about 29 kms from Imphal on Imphal-Yairipok Road. Kaina is a sacred place of the Hindus. According to legend,ur and asked him to build a temple enshrined with his image carved out of a Jackfruit tree which was at that time growing at Kaina. Later, this temple was built by the Bhagyachandra. Hill shrubs and natural surroundings give the place a calmness and solemnity. Ceremonial dances depicting the divine dream are performed as Rasa Lila at the Mandap.  one night, Shri Govindajee appeared in a dream of the Bhagyachandra, Maharaja of Manip

Khongjom is situated on the Indo-Myanmar Road, about 36 kms away from Imphal. It is a place of utmost historical importance. Khonjom was the place where Major General Paona Brajabashi and other brave Manipuri warriors faught against the invading British Army in 1891. Khongjom is regarded as a symbol of patriotism and valour. A war memorial laid on the top of this venerable hill adds the historical ambience of the heroic site. Khongjom Day is observed as a State Function every year on April 23.


Moreh, the international border town is located on the Indo-Myanmar Road, about 110 kms south east of Imphal. It is a commercial town, and attracts a large number of people from away from Tamu, its Myanmese counterpart. The recent opening of the Border Trade turned Moreh into an important commercial hub in the North-East. Right on the other side of the border, at Namphalong, there is a big Myanmese shopping complex that sell all kinds of Thailand and Chinese consumer goods. The shopping complex serves as a poor man’s alternative to Bangkok’s National Stadium Shopping Arcade.

Mao is one of the oldest hill station in Manipur, bordered by Nagaland and located midway between Dimapur and Imphal on the National Highway 39 at an altitude of 5762.02 feet above sea level. The Mao IB, built by the Royal Military engineers in 1897 is more than hundred years old. The cultural mosaic of Manipur is not complete without the colorful Mao-Naga dance. Other worth visiting places is Makhel, the historical place of Naga dispersal and the legendary place of common origin of the Meiteis and the Nagas, which has the oldest pear tree memorial of the dispersal. Dzuko Valley with its pristine beauty blooms with a rare lily known as Dzuko Lily between May and July.

Koubru is one of the pious mountains of Manipur and is located on NH-39. A 300 years old temple of Lord Koubru Mahadeva is situated in the foot hills of the Koubru mountain. The temple is situated besides a beautiful mountain river which attracts thousands of devotees. The temple has been maintained for the last 10 years by the Manipur Seva Kanwariya Sammittee. The devotees offer rituals in the name of Koubra Baba or the Lord Shiva. During the monsoon season and the festival of Mahashivratri, various devotees came here from different places to offer rituals and chant Mantras in praise of Lord Shiva.

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