Top 10 Places To Visit In Manipur Flame

31/OCTOBER /2023

Loktak Lake

Loktak Lake in Manipur, is a stunning attraction with floating islands, including Sendra Island made of organic waste. The lake serves as a source of sustenance for the people living in the nearby villages 

Keibul Lamjao National Park

It is the world's only floating national park. It's home to the rare Sangai deer and a diverse wetland ecosystem with various wildlife. 

Imphal War Cemetery

Imphal War Cemetery houses 1,600 Commonwealth burials from World War II. It initially held 950 burials, later expanded by moving graves from smaller cemeteries. 

Manipur Zoological Garden

Manipur Zoological Gardens, set in lush surroundings, spans nearly 8 hectares and hosts over 400 animal and bird species. It's a biodiverse attraction for wildlife enthusiasts. 

Singda Dam

Singda Dam, the world's highest mud dam, is 16 kilometers from Imphal. It offers scenic beauty, a serene lake, and serves as a multipurpose irrigation project. Popular for picnics and hiking. 

Shri Govindajee Temple

Shri Govindajee Temple, near the royal palace in Manipur, is a Nagara-style temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. It features morning aarti rituals and offers a serene setting for meditation. 

Kangla Fort

Kangla Fort embodies the state's history and culture. It was the seat of power until 1891 and reflects the region's rulers, way of life, and traditions. 

INA Museum

The INA Museum commemorates the historic hoisting of the tricolor and showcases Netaji's valor during India's struggle for independence. 

Dzuko Valley

Dzuko, a valley renowned for its vibrant carpets of flowers, particularly the Dzuko Lily, a unique species exclusive to the Dzuko valley. It is situated in the border two Indian states, Nagaland and Manipur. 

Ema Market

Ema Keithel, the world's largest women's market in Manipur, hosts over 5000 women vendors selling various products, including traditional clothing, tribal shawls, vegetables, fish, and more, making it a tourist hotspot. 

Manipur historically known as Kangleipak, is a northeastern Indian state with Imphal as its capital. It's bordered by Nagaland, Mizoram, Assam, and shares boundaries with Myanmar's Sagaing Region and Chin State.