Kangla, Imphal, Manipur
The Kangla Palace is an ancient Imphal Palace in the Indian province of Manipur. It was located at the banks of the Imphal River on both sides (west and eastern).
- Khwairamband Bazar/Ima Market
- Shree Govindajee Temple, Palace Compound
- Imphal War Cemetery
- Red Hills (Maibam Lokpaching)
- Main LanguagesManipuri, Hindi, English and tribal dialects spoken in the hills.
- TemperatureMax : 32 Deg. C. Min : 0.0 Deg. C.
Best Time to Visit September to April
Top Places to Visit in Imphal
Keibul Lamjao National Park
In the Bishnupur district of the state of Manipur, India, the Keibul Lamjao Country Park is a national park. It is situated 40 km2 in the area of Loktak Lake and the only floating park in the country.
Manipur State Museum
The State Museum of Manipur was inaugurated in 1969 by Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India.
In the Indian state of Manipur, Moirang is a small town. It lies about 45 kilometers south of Imphal State Capital.
Lord Krishna Temple
Lord Krishna Temple is a sacred site in Brahmpur Guru Aribam Leikai situated at the banks of the Imphal River.
Shree Govindajee Temple
The Temple Shree Govindajee is the largest temple at Imphal, situated near the Temple of the then Manipurian Kingdom’s former rulers.
Manipur Zoological Garden
The Imphal Zoo in Manipur. The Zoological Garden was founded on October 2, 1976, often known as the ‘Jewel Box’ Manipur.
Shri Hanuman Thakur Temple
The church is a Bengal style hut. The temple tells us of the propagation in Manipur of the Ramanandi Hindu culture.
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