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Tripura Travel Guide

Tripura is one of the amazing and hilly states in India known for lush green forest ranges, mountain ranges and a number of other natural wonders. It is surrounded by Bangladesh, Assam and Mizoram where tourist from all parts of the country and the world come to explore its unexpected and untouched beauty. There are a number of major attractions in Tripura to explore. Some of the amazing places that truly keep tourists mesmerized for a long time are :

Kunjaban Palace Kunjaban Palace : It is a green hillock that is renowned for its scenic beauty. The eye-catching place is in the northern part of Ujjayanta Palace only at walking distance. It was built by Maharaja Birendra Kishore Manikya in the year of 1917.

Ujjayant Palace Ujjayant Palace : It was constructed in the year of 1901 by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya. Today, it has been converted into Legislative Assembly of the State of Tripura.

Malancha Niwas Malancha Niwas : It is Adjacent to renowned Kunjaban Palace on a hillock. It was a Kaccha House where Famous Poet and Social Reformer, Tagore stayed in 1919.

Unakoti Unakoti : It has a meaning “One less than a crore. The place also has a religious importance. According to Hindu Mythology, Lord Shiva went through here to Kashi with one crore gods and goddess. He stayed here for a night and asked all the gods and goddesses to awake before the sunrise. But none of them could awake; thus they all converted into stones.

Temple of Chaturdasa  Devata Temple of Chaturdasa Devata : It is dedicated to 14 gods and goddesses that were built in Bengali architectural style. However, the top of the temple is in Buddhist type stupa.

Sipahijala Sipahijala : It is a renowned botanical garden along with a zoo that is not very big. You can also enjoy bating here in the lake.

Tripura Government Museum : It is a famous store and a must see tourist place here that contains some of the rare old coins, archeological articles, stone images and the list goes on.

Pilak Pilak : It is a treasure house of Buddhist and Hindu sculptures that are scattered in the area of about 10 km.

Neer Mahal Neer Mahal : It is a famous place built in Rudrasagar Lake that is a fairytale castle with towers and pavilions.

In addition to the aforementioned tourist attractions, there are also a number of other attractions including wildlife sanctuaries like Sepahijala sanctuary, Rowa wildlife sanctuary, Gumti wildlife sanctuary, Trishna wildlife sanctuary and the list goes on. Moreover, different temples like Bhubaneswari Temple, Tripura Sundari Temple, Kamalasagar Kali Temple, Buddha temple at Manu Bakul in South Tripura, Buddha Temple in Venuban Vihar in Agartala, Buddhist Temple at Pecharthal in North Tripura are also amazing tourist places here.

The small state is well connected to all the major cities of the country. In addition to this, you will also find a number of other accommodation options here to stay.                                                                                   book now