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Imphal has a untouched charm surrounding its natural beauty, sceneries and landscapes as well as a significant history leaving hints of the past around the city.
The lust green landscapes, beautiful surroundings, unexplored territories and undulating rivers of Imphal make for a great tourist destination. This site of the battle of Imphal during the World War II, assumes a certain importance, derived from history. The two together give Imphal a number of tourist destinations which include INA memorial, Manipur State museum, Kangla Fort, Langthabal, war cemeteries, Shri Govindjee temple as well as the Waithou and Loktal lake. Manipur Zoological gardens and Keibul Lamjao National park are also places one might not want to miss
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Beautiful landscape. Less pollution. Comfortable weather. Friendly people.
No nightlife. Not very developed in terms of food chains and malls. Frequent strikes.
Nestled among several hills in northwestern Manipur, Imphal is a surprise for nature lovers. A lesser known, historically relevant town, Imphal is a treat for history lovers and explorers.
The nearest railway station to Imphal is Dimapur in Nagaland. Dimapur is connected to Lumding which is connected to other parts of India. The Imphal airport is well connected with frequent flights ... (Read More)