Imphal River Thoubal
Imphal River is one of the major tributaries in Manipur. Emerging from the district of Senapati, Imphal River keeps apart the northern part of the Thoubal district from the western part. Flowing through the Loktak Lake and the Imphal city, the River Imphal meets the Lilong River. Furthermore, the river flows to Myanmar where it is esteemed as the Manipura River and then further meets the Bay of Bengal. In this way, the river connects the Imphal city to the ocean; even during World War II, the Japanese soldiers used this river to reach the Imphal city. At present, the Imphal River is also serving as a popular tourist attraction in Thoubal district, and hence, a number of tourists can be seen on the riverside either relishing the pristine views of the surrounding or picnicking with their loved ones.
Best Time to Visit
Although one can explore the rich beauty of the river at any time during the year, yet, the season of winter is considered the best time to do so. In the winter season, i.e., from October to March, the weather of the region remains all in favour of tourism, and hence, one can make most out of a sightseeing tour of Thoubal.
All days from sunrise to sunset