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Manipur is situated on the North-eastern part of India, and is a part of the seven sister states. Manipur is a state which has different culture, when compared to the other parts of India. The people here speak Manipuri and are very warm and friendly towards tourists.

Manipur has very good flora and fauna and is among the most scenic states of India. The freshness in the atmosphere is felt all around and tourists love to take early morning strolls around the streets of Manipur. Manipur and the rest of the six sisterly states are a bit detached from India, which is why most of these states are not entirely developed. On the brighter sides, the states are slowly but surely coming up, with industrial and commercial establishments looking to exploit the potential in Manipur.

The irregular terrain in Manipur makes transportation and access to the state very difficult and tiring. This has resulted in the Indian Government and state administration to take steps in improving the transportation system, to make Manipur more tourism friendly.

Manipur has two major divisions - Imphal and Churachandpur. While there are some other districts, these two districts form the major areas where the population is higher.


Imphal is a large city compared to other cities in Manipur. Imphal has a good tourism potential with scenic rivers flowing through its terrain. The tourism department is taking efforts to make Imphal exciting and bring in tourists from across the country. Shopping centres are slowly making their way into Imphal. Imphal is also developing on the economic front, with entrepreneurs trying to tap the business potential in Imphal.


Imphal has some interesting places which could be exploited by tourists. The Shree Govindajee temple has an interesting piece of architecture, which is a bit unconventional should not me missed on India holiday packages.

The Loktak Lake is a popular floating lake in Imphal, where people come in large numbers to relax on comfortable boat houses. Tourists are bound to be fascinated by the calmness which surrounds the lake, and is a preferred destination for tourists requiring break from their hectic schedule.


Churachandpur is another better developed city in Manipur, only second to Imphal. It used to consist of numerous tribes, but over the years has tried to get modernised. The town of Churachandpur remains unexploited by tourists, because of the rugged terrain.

The town attracted many investors during the late nineteenth century, to make it an economically developed country. This was the same town which was bombed by Japan during the Second World War, and has recovered quite well after the incident.

Tourism in the town hasn’t developed to its potential. A lot of scenic and beautiful locations remain inaccessible, which is a cause of concern for the authorities. Tourists though need not be disappointed because these sites are opening up and provide a lot of opportunities for a nice adventurous holiday.

Manipur offers you some world class adventure because of its uneasy terrain and inconsistent nature. Explore Manipur to get a feel of it!

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