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Red Hill (Mainbam Lokpaching)

You cannot see the World War-II but you can see the thrilling spot where a fierce battle between armed forces of Japan and Britain took place in 1944. Soldiers from either side had to sacrifice while proving their supremacy. In fond memory of those Japanese soldier and to commemorate their sacrifice, War veterans had constructed …

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Singda

Located over an altitude of 921 meter from Mean seal level and 17 Km away from Imphal, Singda is a hill station offering the visitors with a taste of magnificent landscapes. The artificial multipurpose Dam canned at Kangchup also adds to the scenic beauty of Singda. An ideal place to sooth and relish all your …

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Langthabal

Located at a distance of 8 Km from Imphal, Langthabal is a small hillock and is famous for the ruins of Royal palaces of Maharaja Gambhir Singh which were built in 1827. Though ruins, yet the palace has been ornamented with trees of jackfruit and pine beautifying the site even better. One can enter the …

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Khonghampat Orchidarium

Located on a small hillock at a distance of 10 Km from Imphal, this Orchidarium is home to over 110 rare varieties of orchids sprawling over an area of nearly 200 acres. There are many endemic species of orchids in this orchidarium. During the blooming season i.e. between March – May, the orchidarium stages a …

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Manipur Zoological Garden

Located in Iroisemba 6 Km away from Imphal, in the foothills of lush green hillock covered with pine trees. The panoramic view of this garden has been made ornamental by the presence of graceful brow antlered deer (Sangai) which is a rare species and has been listed as an endangered species in the world. A …

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War Cemetery

Located in Deulahland of Imphal, this war cemetery has nearly 1600 burials comprising of soldiers from UK, Canada, Australia, India, East Africa, West Africa & Burma who laid down their lives in the battle of Imphal during World War – II in 1942. Details of each of gallant soldiers are marked on brass plaques on …

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Khwairamband Bazar/Ima Market

When the whole of India is formulating various policies to safeguard and uplift girl and women, Northeast India has a phenomenally different perspective towards girls and women. Khwairamban Bazar or Ima Market is a simple market comprising of nearly 3000 stalls sprawling on either side of Khwairamband road. On one side of the road, items …

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Shaheed Minar

People of Northeast India was not in the back foot in fighting against the British during later’s colonialism. Manipur was not an exception to it, in fact, they were ahead on few counts. In the Anglo Manipur War against British in 1891, there were many Manipuri peoples who laid down their lives for a noble …

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Sekta, An Archeological Living Museum

Sekta mound is a protected Archaeological site and is worth visiting to know about the tribes that inhabited in the region, their tradition and rituals followed in 14th and 15th century. These were revealed when the site at which museum stands now was excavated earlier by Archaeological Survey of India and State Archaeological Department. It …

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Sri Sri Govindajee Temple

Located in a scenic place in Imphal, the temple was constructed adjacent to Royal palace of Manipuri rulers by Maharaja Nara Singh in 1846. The palace got damaged by earthquake of 1868 which was renovated by King Chandrakriti. The sacred temple for Vaishnavites comprises of two golden domes, courtyard and a congregation. It has three …

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