Red Hill is the spot where a fierce battle took place between the British and Japanese forces in World War 2.
Bishnupur Town prides itself in the 15th century Vishnu Temple built of small bricks, supposedly of Chinese influence.
Moirang town is one of the main centres of early Meitei folk culture and a place where the flag of the Indian National Army was first unfurled on April 14, 1944.
Loktak Lake is the largest fresh water lake in the North-eastern region.
Keibul Lamjao National Park is the last natural habitat of ‘Sangai’, the dancing deer of Manipur. Kaina is a sacred place of the Hindus.
Khongjom is a historical place where Major General Paona Brajabashi, one of the great warriors of Manipur proved his valour against the invading British Army in 1891.
Tengoupal is the highest point on the Indo-Mayanmar road.
Moreh is a commercial town 5 km away from Tamu, in Myanmar.
Ukhrul is the highest hill station of the state and it is famous for a peculiar type of land lily known as the Siroi lily.
Tamenglong is known for its deep gorges, mysterious caves and its exotic orchids.
Koubru Leikha is a mountain where a 300 years old temple of Lord Koubru Mahadeva is situated.