Among the Northeast states Tripura is a cultural reservoir. There are heritage and historical sites, wildlife sanctuaries and temples dating back to hundreds of years back. Also there thrives a arts and craft industry among the most attractive tourist destinations. Those looking for biodiversity hotspots during their Tripura holidays will not be disappointed, this state has plenty of those. Tripura is one of those travel destinations in India that attract families, friends, couples and solo travellers.
Being on the largest states and also the capital city is one of the most popular places in Tripura. The green pastures of land, hills and beautiful valleys is the reason people love to visit it. The main attraction of this place is Ujjayanta Palace. The Ujjayanta Palace is one of the most visited place and it is known for its architecture which has three domes, tiled floors, carved wooden ceiling, and beautifully crafted doors. Also, there is a Mughal style garden on the outside of this royal palace.
People often drive here for having a lovely weekend on the banks of river Amar Sahar Lake and this city Amarpura is one of the best places to visit in Tripura and is considered as an ideal picnic spot. There are two other lakes in this place named Dumboor Lake and Chobimura where water sports can be done. Other than this there are various other fairs and events held in this place to keep people visiting this place engaged all year round.
Rudrasagar Lake located in the heart of the city this place has a peaceful vibe. It is also famous for Durga Puja Festival. The entire town looked blessed when it is lit with beautiful lights during this festival. People enjoy this festival by making pandald across the state. Another festival, which is dearly celebrated in Melaghar is Ratha Yatra which is held every year in July. Other popular places to visit in Tripura include Veeramma Kali Mandir, Pagli Masi Temple, and Melaghar Kali Temple.
4. Chittangong Hills
The picturesque spectacle of the Chittagong hills assaults the senses of each and every onlooker. The hills comprise of mini mountains with multiple valleys and a small canyon, with 7 rivers meandering across the valleys.
This is the second largest city jn the state located in the north of Tripura and is knwon for naturally beautiful landscapes. The temperature is always mild here, both in winters and summers. However, the place is adorned with very heavy rainfalls. Also, there are many historical monuments in the city and the Haflong is a famous tea garden which is known for its beauty and lies just a short distance from Dharamnagar. Also, Unakoti which is an ancient site with huge rock-cut images lies near Dharmanagar.