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Imphal Tourism

Imphal Valley Manipur

Welcome to Imphal – the land of green-blue hills, lush green field and low clouds. Imphal is the capital city of the North Eastern state of Manipur. Its salubrious climate and natural beauty attracts tourists from across the globe. The glorious past of this tiny valley clearly reflects in its ancient palaces, beautiful temples and ceremonial houses. It is a home to the endangered Brow-antlered Deer called the Sangai. This species of deer is found only in Manipur and is almost on the verge of extinction. In fact Imphal is one of the most ancient towns of India which has a lot to offer to its tourists.

Main Attractions Of Imphal Are:

Palace of Kangla: Located at the heart of Imphal are the ruins of the old Palace of Kangla.

Polo Ground: Imphal boasts of a Polo Ground which is the oldest existing polo ground in the world.

Manipur State Museum: It is a treasure house of old artefacts and other objects telling the history of Manipur.

Khwairamband Bazaar: It is a unique market where all shops are run by women. It is divided into two sections. From fruits to handlooms and handicrafts, a lot of things are available here.

Shaheed Minar: This structure is located in the heart of Imphal at Bir Tirkendrajit Park. It was built in the honour of Manipur's martyrs who sacrificed their life for independence.

How To Reach:

Air: Imphal airport connects the town with Guwahati, Delhi and Kolkata.
Rail: The nearest airport is Dimapur which is 215 km from Imphal.
Road: Imphal can be easily accessed from Dimapur and Silchar by road.


Being the capital city of Manipur, Imphal is dotted with numerous hotels falling into different categories. From budget to luxurious hotels, Imphal offers a wide variety of accommodation options. Depending on your budget you can take your pick.

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