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The state of Manipur is popularly recognized as the Switzerland of India is nestled in the midst of the sloping Sub-Himalayan ranges, which forms the part of India in the north eastern side. This exquisite island is bordered by Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the south and Cachar District of Assam in the west and the territory of the state also touches the borders of Upper Burma in the east.

The name of the state Manipur is literally defined as the jeweled land or the land of jewels is an ancient kingdom, which boats about its natural panoramic landscapes that are incorporated with misty hills, shimmering lakes, luxuriant valleys, gurgling rivers and abundant orchid forests. The state is enriched with its deep rooted culture and traditions, which is presented in the form of its handicrafts, artifacts, art forms and handloom clothes.

Manipur travel and tourism is a popular among the Indian and foreign tourists alike and for that the Manipur tour packages are a perfect way of exploring the splendor of the destination in North Eastern India.

General facts about Manipur
Location: North-Eastern India
Language: Manipuri, English, Hindi
Climate: cold, tropical and moderate
Major Attractions: Lamjao National Park, Moirang, Langthabal, Kaina and Khwairamband Bazar
Ideal Time to Visit: October to March

Tourist sightseeing in Manipur
The Jeweled Land has many places to visit such as Loktak Lake, Sendra Island, Shree Govindajee Temple, Keibul Lamjao National Park, Moirang, Langthabal, Kaina and Khwairamband Bazar, which makes it one of the best holiday destinations in India.

Climate of Manipur
Manipur experiences a moderate climate. The city witnesses rains almost all throughout the year. The winters here are very cold and have summers in the months of May and June. The ideal time to visit Manipur is during the months of October to May.

How to reach Manipur
Manipur by Air: Imphal, the capital of Manipur has an airport, which connects the state to the rest of the country through domestic airlines.
Manipur by Rail: The nearest railway stations to Manipur are at Guwahati, Silchar and Dimapur which enables the state to be connected to the rest of the country.
Manipur by Road: Manipur is well connected with all-important cities of the country by a well organized network of National and State Highways.

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