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Manipur
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welcome to Manipur

Manipur (‘Jewelled Land’) sits amid rolling hills stretching to India’s border with Myanmar. It is in the north-eastern part of the country and is listed among one of the most beautiful places of India. It's a place of great geographical and cultural variety. The state offers endless enjoyment and pleasure with its exotic landscape, undulating hills, green valleys, blue lakes, and dense forests. The Keibul Lamjao National Park in Manipur is the only floating national park in the world. Manipur is well-known in the whole country for its classical folk dance called Raas.

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Manipur (‘Jewelled Land’) sits amid rolling hills stretching to India’s border with Myanmar. It is in the north-eastern part of the country and is listed among one of the most beautiful places of India. It's a place of great geographical and cultural variety. The state offers endless enjoyment and pleasure…

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Chamthong or Kangshoi
Erumba
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Getting There
Getting Around
By Air

The only airport you will find in Manipur is Imphal Airport, which has regular flights to Aizawl, Bengaluru, Delhi, Kolkata, and Silchar. It is 8 km from the main city center. It is the only international airport in Imphal (Manipur).

By Rail

Manipur has only one railway station, that is, Jiribam railway station. This is the first railway station in this state. This rail is also linked from Assam.

By Bus

Daily regular buses work from Guwahati, Assam, through National Highway 39 to Imphal, Manipur. Although, there is no direct bus available to Imphal from Guwahati, you can board a bus till Dimapur or Kohima and can take another bus to Imphal from there.

Rickshaws in Manipur
Rickshaws in Manipur
Rickshaws in Manipur

There are many transport services in Manipur such as buses, autos, taxis, and small vans called Tata magic. Autos are widely operated and are the main form of transport in Imphal. Buses are available aplenty in Imphal and are a cheap mode of transport within the city. Tourists can travel to several Imphal tourist places quickly and conveniently by private and government-run buses. 

Cabs run regularly in Imphal. The fare depends on the distance covered and also at what time of the day do you hire one. If you are travelling during night, taxi is the most reliable option but it will be slightly expensive than what is generally charged during the day. 

A relatively new concept in Imphal, you will see small vans (popularly known by the name of Tata magic in Imphal) that run on shared basis. These taxis run on fixed routes within the city and are quite similar to shared autos. Although they are expensive, these vans are a comfortable option to explore the city. 





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Weather can be unpredictable so be prepared at all times. Get updates of the constant weather changes and carry a waterproof jacket just in case carrying an umbrella while traveling is inconvenient. 

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The roads are not always smooth and straight. You will have come across many turnings and bumpy roads. It is advised to carry anti-vomit tablets if you have motion sickness.

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While travelling, not every place has high speed internet service or Wi-Fi. You can recharge your cell phone with some extra service just in case.

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For some fun while travelling on the highway, you can read some clever and fun one-liners and safety tips along the sides of the roads written by the Border Roads Organization (BRO).

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