Manipur Tourism

Manipur is a state of northeastern India, whose capital is Imphal city. It is surrounded by Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the south and Assam in the west; Burma (Myanmar) is located in the east. There is an area of ​​22,327 square kilometers (8,621 sq mi) in the state and its population is around 3 million, which includes Meitei, which is the majority group in the state, Loi, Yatibi, Kuki and Naga people who talk about different types of things China-Tibetan languages Manipur has been in the intersection of Asian Economic and Cultural Exchange for more than 2,500 years. It has long linked the Indian subcontinent with Southeast Asia and China, making it possible to travel to people, cultures and religions.

Manipur travel Guide

Best Time to Visit

Manipur has breezy summers, moderate rainfall in monsoon and chilly but pleasant winters. Manipur can be visited any time of the year but the maximum number of tourists visit the city in summers. October to April are the best months to visit Manipur, avoiding the monsoons which might keep you from experiencing the best of Manipur.

 

How to Reach :-

planeBY AIR – Tulihal Airport in Changangei, Imphal is the only airport of Manipur which is connected directly with Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati and Agartala.

trainBY RAIL – There are no direct train service to Sikkim. The railway stations at Dimapur in Nagaland at a distance of 215 km from Imphal. National Highway 53 (India) connects Manipur with another railway station at Silchar in Assam, which is 269 km away from Imphal.

basBY ROAD – National Highway NH-39 links Manipur with the rest of the country, Manipur State Road Transport Corporation(MSRTC) and many other private buses available to reach various parts of Manipur and nearby states.

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