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Imphal (4N), Lokatak lake, Burma Border-5 Days.
Kangla Fort & Kangla Museum (Wednesday closed), Govindajee Temple, Mahabali Temple, Imphal Museum, Second World War Cemeteries & IMA Market Shaheed Minar, Loktak Lake, INA Museum,
Meet & Greet on arrival at Imphal Airport & transfer to hotel. On arrival Check-in to hotel. Overnight stay at Imphal.
Today after breakfast start for a Full day city tour of Imphal city. You will visit Kangla Fort & Kangla Museum (Wednesday closed), Govindajee Temple, Mahabali Temple, Imphal Museum, Second World War Cemeteries & IMA Market an unique market run by women only. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay at Imphal.
After breakfast full day excursion to Loktak Lake and Sendra Island. Later visit to Keibul Lamjao National Park is sharing the border with Loktak Lake, the last natural habitat of the endangered marsh-dwelling brow-antlered deer of Manipur called “Sangai”. It is the only floating national park in the world which is composed of large masses of floating weed (called “Phumdi” in local dialect). Then visit INA Museum – the place where Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s India National Army first hoisted the Indian Tricolors. Visit Loukoi Pat – a picnic spot with boating facility. On your way back visit Japanese War Memorial (India Peace Memorial) which is situated at Red Hill, in Bishnupur District of Manipur. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay at Imphal.
Today after early breakfast if you want to experience the thrill of crossing over what is perhaps India’s most exciting and under-explored international border or of visiting the place where South Asia meets Southeast Asia? Then this is the tour for you. We take you to the border town of Moreh and cross over into Tamu in Burma (Myanmar) to see its bustling bazaar, friendly people and main Buddhist monastery. We top it all off with a delicious Burmese meal! As if that wasn’t enough, en-route near Tengnoupal you enjoy stunning views from the road at 5,000 feet of the mountains that form the India-Burma border. En route we can see the Shenam Saddle where some of the most ferocious fighting of the WWII took place between the British and Japanese soldiers. Evening drive back to Imphal. Overnight at Imphal.
After breakfast check out from hotel and drop at Imphal Airport for your onward journey.
N.B. Transport service will be point to point basis only as per itinerary. Vehicle service will not be available after evening due to security reasons.
Temperature : Summer: 13°C to 29°C; Winter: 4°C to 25°C
Best Time to Visit:
From October to March.
Imphal is capital of Manipur and is one of the most ancient cities in India. Situated 786 m above sea level, Imphal is known for its scenic landscapes and greenery. Manipur is a land of many tribes and Imphal is the cultural capital of the state. It derives its name from ‘Yumphal’, which means ‘land of many villages’ and its landscape is a mix of hills, valleys, forests and several rivers like Iril, Sekmai, Thoubal and Khuga.
Kangla Fort& Kangla Museum – This fort is known as Palace of Kangla belongs to King Pakhangba and surrounded on three sides by lake on the banks of the river Imphal. It is closed in Wednesday.
Govindajee Temple – A historic centre for Vaisnava culture having simple and beautiful structure with gold domes having deity in the centre is flanked by idols of Radha Govinda, Balaram and Krishna.
Mahabali Temple – Dedicated to Hindu deity Lord Hanuman, Mahabali temple is located in the midst of Mahabali jungle –a region inhabited by hundreds of monkeys. Situated in close proximity to the Imphal River, this popular place of worship is visited by devotees and tourists alike.
Imphal Museum – It is located near the Imphal Polo ground has a fairly good display of the state’s heritage and a collection of portraits of Manipur’s former rulers having Items of special interests like costumes, arms and weapons, relics and historical documents.
Second World War Cemeteries – Among the two Second World War cemeteries in Imphal as maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, the first one, the Imphal War Cemetery, contains some 1,600 graves of Commonwealth soldiers, including Indians, Britons, Australians, Canadians, and East Africans. The second cemetery is the Imphal Indian Army War Cemetery which contains 828 graves, most of which are of Muslim soldiers of the British Indian Army. The cemetery also includes the Imphal Cremation Memorial which commemorates 868 Sikh and Hindu soldiers who were cremated.
Loktak Lake – The largest freshwater (sweet) lake in North -East India, also called the only Floating lake in the world due to the floating phumdis (heterogeneous mass of vegetation, soil, and organic matters at various stages of decomposition) on it, is located near Moirang in Manipur state, India.
Moreh – A busy border town Moreh lies along the Indo – Myanmar border, 110Km from Imphal. Its’s the perfect destination for the shopping enthusiast. Indo – Burmese (Myanmar) cross – cultural influences from ancient times are richy evident in the lovely environs of Tamu, located just 5Km away.
Keibul Lamjao National Park – Keibul Lamjao National Park is sharing the border with Loktak Lake, the last natural habitat of the endangered marsh-dwelling brow-antlered deer of Manipur called “Sangai”. It is the only floating national park in the world.