The North Eastern Indian state of Manipur is one of the Seven Sisters of North Eastern and is one of the most exquisite states in the whole country. There are many attractive things in the state of Manipur that make it stand out among the other and these are the dance, the festivals, the foods and the topography. The princely state of Manipur is right on the border of Myanmar. Among many things what makes Manipur so special is the calm and reserve lifestyle admixing harmoniously with soothing natural ambience and mountainous terrains. The state is rich in every sense, be it in the beauty of nature or the culture of the land. Lust green vegetation and clear blue skies will clearly fascinate the senses.
The capital of Manipur is Imphal and is the main communication centre of the whole state. There are limited railway lines and airway facilities in the state but the roadways are excellent and the lifeline for trade and tourism. The main tourism locales of Manipur are floating islands of the Loktak Lake, the famous Paona Bazzar, the Manipur state museum, The Khuman Lampak sports complex, the Dzuko Valley, the Kaina Hillock, the Keibul Lamjao National Park, the Zoological garden, the Thalon caves and the Sada Chiru waterfalls. The tourists and travelers from all over the country and abroad as well visit this serene state to relax their soul.