Comparatively a well-urbanized city, Thoubal is the district headquarters of Thoubal district of the north-eastern state of Manipur. The Thoubal district is surrounded by other districts of Manipur like, Ukhrul and Chandel in the east, Imphal (& Imphal East) in West and Senapati in the north, and Bishnupur and Churachandpur in the south. Situated amidst hills and hillocks, the Thoubal town has its own unique natural beauty. Thoubal town also has various market areas, where shopping is a delight. From souvenirs to handicraft and handloom products, you can buy these items. If you are an adventure freak, you can enjoy trekking and hiking are also popular activity here. There are various lakes and rivers in this region making the district ideal for outdoor activities. It is mainly an agricultural district producing rice, oilseeds, mustard seeds, potatoes, fruits and other essential vegetables. So, explore this charismatic town by booking any of the Thoubal holiday packages offered at EaseMyTrip.in.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Khangabok is amongst the most important tourist destinations of Manipur. It is the biggest village of the state falling under the administration of Thoubal district. The 'Meiteis' are the primary ethnic group populating the village and the language spoken here is Meiteilon or Manipuri.
Khongjom is one of the most popular destinations in Thoubal district. Here, the last battle of independence was fought against the British by the Manipuris.
Rivers and Lakes:
There are various rivers and lakes gushes in Thoubal. The most important rivers crossing through the district are 'Imphal' and 'Thoubal'. While talking of the lakes, the most famous ones are Lousi Lake, Ikop Lake, Waithou Lake and Pumlen Lake.
Located around 70 KM from the Myanmar border and 44 KM from Imphal, Kakching is one of the tourist attractions in the Thoubal district. Kakching is also one of the two sub- divisions of Thoubal district, the other one being Waikhong. It is a significant traditing centre because of the variety of fish, vegetable and rice grown here.
It is another important trading centre of the Thoubal district. Sugnu is well connected with capital –Imphal State Highway. This place is about 74 KM from Imphal. Apart from being an important trading centre, Sugnu is also a stunning town with the Imphal River flowing past it. The river adds to the beauty of this place with enhancing the greenness of the surrounding.
Other Important Tourist Attractions:
Panthoibee and Chinga Lairenbhi temples, Tomjing Ching and the Manipur Sahitya Samiti are some of the other important tourist attractions of Thoubal district.