During the month of October to March the tourism at Imphal remains at the top. It is mainly due to the smooth and comfortable weather that prevails in the area especially during the winter season. This tourism is given importance due to its important contribution in the development of the Manipur economy. East Imphal district came into consequence on 18th July 1997.
Imphal is the best place for those who love nature, as it is situated in the midst of greenery. You can also capture unique sights of flora and fauna in this area. You can get various transports during your visit in Imphal because the city is well connected with airways, roadways and railways. People from all over the country visit this place to take the enjoyment of the beautiful environment.
Lodges and hotels for staying during the visits are offered to the tourist by the government of the city which increases the generation of income for the state. It also gives employment to local people in different ways and some of them even run their household depending on this earning procedure. There are many tourist spots in Imphal and tourism has increased with the support from the government.
Tourist Places in Imphal
Imphal tourist attractions include temples, war cemeteries, markets, gardens, botanical parks and zoological park. Below is the list of tourist places in Imphal:
Shri Govindajee Temple
Ima Keithal market
The Red Hill
Shri Hanuman Thakur Temple
Singda, a Picnic spot
Manipur State Museum
Shaheed Minar at the Bir Tirkendrajit Park
Keibul Lamjao National Park