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Tourism in Bishnupur

A Scenic Landscape in Bishnupur Manipur

Bishnupur in Manipur is located 27 kilometers off Imphal, the state capital. Bishnupur is often called the land of dancing deers. This place lies on a foothill. The ancient Vishnu Temple built in the 15th century is the major attraction in Bishnupur. Apart from this, other tourist attractions constitute Loktak Lake, Keibul Lamjao National Park, and Loukoipat Ecological Park. Shop for the finely chiselled stoneware Bishnupur is famous for.

Best Time to Travel
October to February is the best time to to visit Bishnupur in Manipur.

Reaching There
The nearest airport from Bishnupur lies at Imphal. The airport is just 32 kilometers off Bishnupur. Dimapur which is 229 kilometers off Bishnupur is the closest railhead.

Tourists traveling to Bishnupur from across the globe can find a couple of comfortable accommodation options out here. These include Tourist Lodge and Government Rest House.

What to See:

Vishnu Temple
This temple with a conical roof was built in the year 1467. The temple is constructed in accordance with Chinese tradition and design.

Keibul Lamjao National Park
Located on the fringes of Loktak Lake, the Keibul Lamjao National Park is one of its own kind worldwide. World's one and only floating National Park acts as a natural habitat to the local dancing deer 'Sangai'. Wildlife enthusiasts must visit this unique animal park.

Loktak Lake
It is the largest fresh water lake in the North-East India. It is actually a large and a beautiful water body that looks like a small island.

Ecological Park
The Ecological Park was constructed in the year 1992. the park is packed with attractions namely Rock Garden, Circular Path, Japanese Pond and Hawa Ghar. You can also choose to go for boating in the park.

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