Being one of the seven sisters in the NorthEastern part of India, Manipur boasts of an impeccable beauty that is surrounded by the smoky blue hills. Tourists visiting the destination come across the hilly terrains full of wooded patches along with the tourist attractions that are a must visit as it reflects the rich culture and tradition of Manipur. Other than this, Manipur is even more reputed for its enchanting dance forms which appears to be really fascinating. Coming to the ways to reach, tourists can make it to Manipur via all the means of transport including air, rail and road. However, airways is the best means of transport to reach Manipur from other parts of India.
Tourists can directly fly to Manipur as the airport is located in the capital of the state i.e., Imphal. The airport is well connected to the major cities of the county including Guwahati, Kolkata and Delhi along with other important cities in North-East India.
The state of Manipur does not have a direct train service. The nearest railhead is the Dimapur in Nagaland at a distance of approx 201 km from Imphal and is connected to the major cities of India. Getting down at the railway station, tourists can avail the public transport facility (bus and car) that would take you straight to Manipur.
As the road network to Manipur is efficient, tourists can make the most out the journey to Manipur by enjoying the sightseeing. Tourist can avail the service of the Manipur State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) and many other private buses to reach Manipur and other nearby states of North East India.