Tripura Tourism

Tripura remains one of the Seven Sister States situated in northeast India. It brings to you a bag full of cultural heritage, architectural finery and irresistible charm. Plan your holidays here and fall in love with its eye-catching mountains, immaculate lakes and prehistoric temples. Tripura also has a rich tribal population bringing a vivacious mix of colours to the state.

Here are the top places to visit in Tripura:

Cuddling the banks of the Howrah River, Agartala is the largest city of Tripura. Here rests some major historical and mythological wonders having mentions in the scriptures of Mahabharata. The Ujjayanta Palace is a popular attraction here cuddled by lush green Mughal gardens. The palace has a grand library other than a Darbar, a Throne room, and a reception hall. Unakoti Hill is also visited by larger number of people due to beautiful stone carvings of Lord Shiva. The natural charm of this place is matchless and it is perfect to unwind.  Sipahijola Wildlife Sanctuary is also a great place to gratify the nature and wildlife lover inside you.  Here you can spot a variety of birds, animals, and vegetation. Also spend some time at the Jampui Hills blessed with an abundance of orange plantation.

This is the second largest city in Tripura enjoying a wealthy past. Dighi Lake is a must visit attraction here to enjoy leisurely walks amidst serenity. Here you will also see some significant temples. Kalibari Temple of Dharmanagar is a popular one. It is dedicated to Maa Kali and is frequented by many locals. Iskcon Temple is another popular shrine here.

Udaipur rests along the banks of River Gomati. Named as the Lake City, Udaipur is home to numerous temples and historical places. Some of the most popular attractions of Udaipur include Tripura Sundari Temple, Gunabati Group of Temples, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhubaneshwari Temple and Tepania Eco-Park.

Tripura cuisine charms non-vegetarians as meat is used in most of the dishes here. Mui Borok (dried and fermented fish) is cooked in every household and leaves a forever taste on the tongue. Many dishes cooked here are inspired from Bangladesh. Fish, rice and vegetables remain some of the most consumed food items by the locals of Tripura. Tripurians also have Chinese cuisines in their menu. Do try traditional Chuak, a local rice beer, made by fermenting rice in water.

Some of the must try dishes in Tripura are Mosdeng Serma (spicy and tangy chutney), Bhangui (rice dish), Kasoi Bwtwi (prepared with Berma), Panch Phoron Tarkari (vegetables mixed with local spices) and Wahan Mosdeng (pork dish).

Shopping in Tripura is a gratifying deal. The state has beautiful handicrafts crafted with bamboo and cane. You can buy floor mats, panels for walls, furniture and table mats from local markets here. Woven fabrics are also sold in all markets at great prices. Agartala’s  Government emporiums and privately-run stores are  perfect to buy local items at authentic prices.

How to Reach
The Agartala airport in Tripura links the state with Kolkata and Guwahati. Nearest railway station to the state is Kumargh around 140kms away from Tripura. Also, Agartala has a good road connectivity with many state and private buses running.


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