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It is a must see place when in Imphal. Kangla Fort is situated right in the centre of the town and is easily accessible. At one time it was situated on both the banks of the Imphal River. But now it remains only on the...More
Kangla fort was very well maintained and a beautiful place preserving a lot of history of Manipur. This place has very less entry fee for foreigners and Indians. Lovely beautiful landscaping . Secured by guards and family visits are a must while in Imphal.
As you enter, you see lake with beautiful scenery on the left. There is a hall with big sculpture of dragon as you move little ahead on the right. Few more steps there is a beautiful temple (one of its kind) with greenery as you...More
The most important thing to do in Manipur is visit the Kangla fort. It was the seat of power of the Meitei rulers. While most of the original part is destroyed there are still a lot of things to see and experience.
the whole area...More
My Life; My Feet; My Way
A nice museum awaits you inside this fort. e careful about the timings and any VIP movement else its a pleasure to watch this area. do not miss the inside of the fort and the budhiya market nearby.
A must visit place if in Imphal- Do visit the museum inside .
It mostly closes by 5 :00 pm ,so do visit before or around 3:00 pm .Ticket :Rs.10
Kangla means "dry land" in old Meetei. It was the traditional seat of the...More
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For coming to Manipur you need no special permission. You can come by flight. But, if choose to travel by road, that AH1 (Asian Highway 1) you need to avail an inner line permit to cross Nagaland. You can check out on the... More
For coming to Manipur you need no special permission. You can come by flight. But, if choose to travel by road, that AH1 (Asian Highway 1) you need to avail an inner line permit to cross Nagaland. You can check out on the net (specially the Nagaland Tourism site) your most convenient place from where you can collect the permit. You can also come to Manipur through the NH 37 that connects Imphal, the capital of Manipur to Silchar in Assam, and for it you need no special permit. Unless you are specially interested in enjoying the scenery while travelling though road, it is better to avail a flight to come to Imphal. Regarding other places in the North-East, you need Inner Line Permit to visit Arunachal Pradesh. But, it is always advisable to check out the Tourism websites of the states you wish to visit in the North-East.