Hot Tourist Destinations of Northeast


The Hotel Yaiphaba

The Hotel Yaiphaba, Imphal is located at the heart of the commercial city center on the street of MG Avenue; surrounded by the banks, offices, hotels, local food joints and all major shops. It is one of the best hotel in Imphal, Manipur.

It is also situated very close to the famous Ema Keithel and Kangla Fort. Hotel rooms located at the East have beautiful views of Kangla Fort and the Baruni Hills. The hotel is easily accessible from all the four corners of the city.

The Hotel Bheigo

The Hotel Bheigo, hotel in Imphal offers discerning travellers a world of convenience and its warm hospitality. It is one of the finest hotels in Imphal.

The hotel offers 28 luxurious accommodation facilities that include 5 Single deluxe, 6 Double deluxe, 2 Semi VIP ,3 VIP Single ,4 VIP Double Deluxe, 3 VIP Suite, 4 VIP Deluxe Suite,3 A.C Deluxe, 2 A.C Deluxe Suite. Its services include a 24-hour room service, spacious basement car park, 24-hour power back-up, laundry service and to-fro transport facility from the airport and taxi service.

The Classic Hotel

The Classic Hotel is located in the central part of Imphal City. It overlooks the historic Kangla Fort, which was the ancient administrative capital of Manipur in the heydays of the Maharajas of Manipur, until it came under the British Rule in 1891. Bestowed with modern amenities and pleasant surroundings, the hotel welcomes you to host special meetings and rest and dine as well. Out here we intend to make it a point to create positive and lasting impressions.

Lui-Ngai-Ni Festival

The Naga people in Manipur have been occupying a huge portion of the north eastern state who upkeep their unique and culture with a number of festivals. Their much-vaunted festival is Lui-Ngai-Ni, which is common to all the Naga tribal groups in the state. The festival that marks the onset of the seed sowing season is simultaneously by the Anal, Mao, Maram, Poumai, Tangkhul, Zemei, Liangmai, Rongmei, Puimei, Moyon, Monshang, Maring, Tarao, Lamkanq, Chothe, Kharam, Chiru, Koireng, and Thangal Naga tribes.

Sangai Festival

Manipur, a land of colourful people and places in the north eastern region of India has no dearth of occasions to promote tourism. The ideal time for the tourists to visit this enchanting land is November-December. In a bid to boost the booming sector, the Manipur Government organizes the Sangai festival in the fag-end of November each year in a big way.

Laxmi Puja

Autumn and festivity in Assam are synonymous to each other. The king of the seasons is characterized by sweet fragrance of season flowers, starry sky, dew drops on the grass, fluttering clouds and calm rivers apart from the blooming lily and lotus in the water bodies. The Hindus find it an occasion to worship the goddess Durga, goddess Laxmi and the goddess Kali. Laxmi puja takes place on the full moon day after the Durga puja where the devotees seek blessings from the goddess of wealth.

Christmas of Manipur

Festivals hold the key to Manipur and its culture and tradition. The most charming one is the Christmas on December 25 which now a days does not confines to the Christians only. Gospel songs, carols and hymns dominate the festival across the state where many tourists share the joy. Many other foreign tourists attend the prayers in the churches apart from attending the lectures of Jesus Christ making the celebrations more solemn.  

Chumpha Festival

Chumpa, the name of a harvest festival in Manipur beckons no less tourists to the north eastern state in December just after the Tangkhul Nagas reap the crops. The word “Chumpha” stands for opening of granary and the festival is celebrated in a big way in Ukhrul district and Somra hills. They share the joy of the festival for three days with much fanfare and extravaganza. Women have a great role in this festival where art and culture of the Tangkhul Nagas are preserved with care.

Gang-Ngai Festival

The Kabui Naga people in Manipur are said to the be the most colourful tribal people in the entire north eastern region. Their culture and tradition strike major attention of the people from the home and abroad when they celebrate Gang-Ngai Festival. Also known as Chakaan Gaan Ngai, the weeklong festival falls in December-January which beckons many tourists who are really impressed with their music, dance and feast. Literally “Chakaan” means winter while “Gaan” means moonlit night and “Ngai” means festival.