Agartala Tourism

A beautiful gateway to Tripuran heritage, Agartala brings to you an ideal mix of rich cultures.  This capital of the Indian state of Tripura is just perfect for recreation, adventure and culture exploration. The city is not just about splendid valleys but also brings to you a rich history which can be experienced in all its corners. This remains one of the cities which have adopted modernism very naturally. Its modern buildings have hues of its past.

Top Places to Visit:

Ujjayanta Palace
Ujjayanta Palace is a charismatic royal palace situated in the heart of Agartala. It was raised in 1901 and flaunts beautiful architectural work with wonderful tiled floors, curved wooden ceilings and beautiful doors. Its interiors include Public halls, Throned room, The Chinese Room, Durbar Hall, Library and the Reception Hall. It was once the royal palace of the Tripura and now has been transformed into a museum.

'The Lake Palace of Tripura' or the Neermahal is known for being the biggest palace of its own kind in the entire Indian Subcontinent
. Its architectural exquisiteness is unmatched and it is one of the two water palaces in India. The palace flaunts highly ornated interiors and is surrounded by well manicured lawns which add to its beauty. The palace organizes a light and sound show during evening hours showcasing the cultural heritage of this historical wonder.

Tripura Sundari Temple
Tripura Sundari Temple is a stunning holy place in Udaipur, around 55 km away from Agartala. This magnificent temple dates back to over 500 years and is one of the 51 Sakti Peethas.  It is believed that this is the place where the toe of the right foot of Sati fell. Its history and architecture lure many pilgrims from all over the world. Here you can see numerous priests in red-robes performing everyday rituals.

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary
Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary houses a variety of wildlife. It also houses an academic and research centre where botanists flock from various places for research purpose. The sanctuary is a blessing for bird watchers where they can see over 150 species of residential and migratory birds. There are numerous other fun facades of the wildlife hub like an orchid garden, boating activities, a botanical garden, a zoo, elephant joy-rides, and rubber and coffee plantations.

How to Reach:
By Air
: The Agartala Airport is well connected with all major cities.
By Rail: Agartala is well linked to other major cities of India via regular trains.
By Road: Bus services are available from cities like Guwahati, Silchar and Shillong.


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