Tripura is one among the 'Seven Sister States' of North East India. This small state has a rich culture and history. The place is also known for tourism and there are many tourist places to visit in Tripura.
Several important tourist places are also located in Agartala, the capital of Tripura. The beautiful green valleys, hilly landscapes and temples invite you to explore this enchanting place.
Tripura is one of the prominent attractions to be covered in North East India tour.
Let us travel and explore this enthralling place!
The capital city of Agartala has a number of attractions. It is one of the important sites to be explored in Tripura. Ujjayanta Palace, Umamaheshwar Temple, Puratan Agartala, Jagannath Temple, etc. are some of the prime spots here.
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Jampui Hills is a small hill station bordering Mizoram. It is occupied by Mizo people and known for its scenic beauty. Tourists can also go fruit picking in the hills as it is known for orange plantations.
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Tripura has a town named Udaipur (not to be confused with Udaipur in Rajasthan). This town is known for ancient shrine called Tripura Sundari Temple. Interestingly, Tripura's Udaipur also has many lakes. Old Palace, Tepania Eco-Park, Gunabati Group of Temples, etc. are some of the major attractions.
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Neer Mahal is a water palace built in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake. It is a one-of-its-kind palace in the North East India. Neer Mahal was constructed during the rule of Manikhya Dynasty and it is one of the major tourist places in Tripura.
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Unakoti is a small hill station which is known for waterfalls and rock carvings related to Hindu god Shiva. Unakoti Hill is a Hindu pilgrimage site as well as a picturesque destination for travelers. It is located in Kailashahr district.
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