About Imphal

Imphal is the capital of Manipur, a state in northeastern India. On the Imphal River, Kangla Fort was once the seat of local rulers, and now houses relics. On the south side of the centuries-old Polo Ground, Manipur State Museum has displays including tribal artifacts and a large royal boat. Next to the former Royal Palace, Shri Shri Govindaji Temple has twin domes, a large hall, and shrines to Hindu gods.
Loktak Lake

Loktak Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Northeast India and is famous for the phumdis floating over it.
Kangla Fort

Kangla was the ancient capital of the Manipur Kingdom. Kangla was also the seat of royal power and has religious as well as cultural significance for the Manipuris.
Sekta Archaeological Living Museum

Sekta Archaeological Living Museum in Sekta village known in local language as “Sekta Kei” in the Indian state of Manipur is a protected archaeological site that is one of the six mounds identified in the area. It is known for its secondary burial finds.
Sirohi National Park

Sirohi National Park is located in the Ukhrul district of the north-east Indian state of Manipur. It is the smallest forest reserve in the country, covering an area of only 41 square kilometers.
Manipur State Museum

Manipur State Museum is a full-fledged multipurpose Museum comprising of various Galleries like Ethnology, Archeology, Natural History, Painting, Jallan, Children's Gallery, and an open-air gallery for housing the 78ft long boat called Hiyang Hiren.
Tharon Cave

Tharon Cave was used as a shelter for thousands of years. Excavations inside the cave produced items related to the Hobinian culture of North Vietnam. The cave is of great archaeological and historical significance and was developed for tourism.
Shree Govindajee Temple

Shree Govindajee Temple is the largest Hindu, Vaishnav temple in Imphal city in Manipur.

Phubala resort has been developed in association with Adventure lovers who have ensured the creation of Water sports and Adventure sports facilities.
Keibul Lamjao National Park

Keibul Lamjao National Park is a national park in the Bishnupur district of the state of Manipur in India. It is the only floating park in the world.
Best Time To Visit Imphal

Imphal can be visited all around the year, barring the rainy months.  The month of October is a pleasant one with clear skies and in November, the winter season starts. During this time, the weather is cold but foggy too. The days can be spent enjoying sightseeing and other fun activities. During January, the sun appears less in the sky and the temperatures can go down to 0°C. February again brings a pleasant climate and March brings more of it. The summer season in Imphal starts in April and stays till May when the temperature ranges between 35°C and 17°C. Since this is a hill town, the summers are not really harsh, one can enjoy sightseeing. The days are warm and the nights are cool. The months of June, July, and September bring lots of rain in Imphal. In June, it keeps raining all throughout the day, bringing down the temperatures. Sightseeing at this time can be difficult. However, if you love rain, then the showers make Imphal look even more green and stunning.

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