8 destinations to explore in Manipur
Manipur is a state in northeastern India, with the city of Imphal as its capital. Manipur is not only the gateway of the North Eastern region but is also a fascinating destination for discerning tourists. Blessed with a salubrious climate and landscapes languishing in natural beauty and scenic splendour, the state extends to the tourists a warm welcome. Some important tourist centres in Manipur are: Shree Govindajee temple, Khwairamband Bazar (Ima Keithel), War cemeteries, Shaheed Minar, Nupi L
Bishnupur is called the cultural and religious capital of Manipur. The land where Lord Vishnu resides, the land which is beautifully dotted with dome-shaped terracotta temples and the home of the famed dancing deer, sangai—Bishnupur is heavenly. Located 27 kilometres from Imphal, the capital of Manipur, Bishnupur, was previously known as Lumlangdong. It is also the district headquarters of Bishnupur district which is bounded by Senapati and West Imphal districts in the north, Churachandpur distr
Churachandpur district which was previously known as Manipur South District came into existence in the year 1969 along with the district reorganization of Manipur. Manipur was till then a single district Union Territory having only 10 Sub-Divisions. By an order of Manipur Government No. 20/39/69-D dated 12th November 1969, Manipur was divided into 5 districts having 25 Sub-Divisions. Under the said notification, the Churachandpur Sub-Division along with 15 hill villages of Jiribam Sub-Division w
Imphal East District – a land of scenic beauty, enchanting landscape, salubrious climate and rich cultural heritage which has a great potential for the development of tourism. As a part of strengthening the tourism infrastructure, the Directorate of Tourism, Manipur is managing the tourist homes at Kaina for the accommodation of tourists visiting the area. Hotel Imphal at the heart of the town has been improved with modern amenities. The State Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology,
Kakching District is one of the 16 districts of Manipur state in northeastern India. This district is bounded by Thoubal district on the north, Ukhrul and Chandel districts on the east, Churchandpur and Bishnupur districts on the south and Imphal West and Imphal East districts on the west. The Kakching District is one of the newly form district by the Government of Manipur in 2016 from Thoubal district.
Kangpokpi District is a district in the Indian state of Manipur created in December 2016 by bifurcating the former Senapati District in the Sadar Hills region.
The Senapati District is located in the northern part of Manipur. It is bounded on the east by Ukhrul District, on the west by Tamenglong District, on the north by Phek District of Nagaland and on the south by Imphal East District and Imphal West District. The District is at an altitude varying from 1061 m to 1788 m above sea level. The hills run along the north south direction and gradually slope down towards south and meet the Imphal valley. The Senapati District was earlier known as Manipur N
Tamenglong District is bounded by Senapati District to the East, North Cashar Hills District of Assam to the West, Peren District of Nagaland to the North and Churachanpur of Manipur to the South. The District had been known as Manipur West District before 1972.
Thoubal district is one of the sixteen districts of Manipur state in northeastern India. This district is bounded by Senapati district on the north, Ukhrul and Chandel districts on the east, Churchandpur and Bishnupur districts on the south and Imphal West and Imphal East districts on the west. The district occupies an area of 519 km2. The population as of 2011 is 422,168. Thoubal town is the district headquarters. This district is known for Khongjom, where the last battle of the independence
Map of destinations in Manipur