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Agartala Tourism

Located only 2 kilometers away from the border of Bangladesh, Agartala is the capital city of the state of Tripura. It is one of the fastest developing cities in the country. It lies on the banks of the river Haora.

It gets its name from the Agarwood trees that are found in the region that is famous for a valuable incense that they produce. Agartala has rich cultural and historical diversity in it that it was ruled dominantly by the Manikya Dynasty. It has many temples and palaces making it a cultural hub of the state. Also, a lot of the population are migrants, making it a mix of cultures.

While being the most developed city in the state, it is still miles away from a typical metropolitan city. So it is bound to offer to you the best of both worlds.

Attractions

Chittangong Hills

1.Chittangong Hills

87 kilometres from city centre

A group of hills and mountains spread over a large area together comprise the Chittagong Hills. A number of little valleys, a mini canyon and seven...

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Kunjaban Palace

2.Kunjaban Palace

3 kilometres from city centre

The official residence of the Governer of Tripura, the Kunjaban Palace was constructed in 1917 by King Birendra Kishore. While one part of the pala...

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Tripura Sundari Temple

3.Tripura Sundari Temple

42 kilometres from city centre

This temple is believed to be one of the holiest shrines in the country. The temple is also known as Matabari and is served by priests in red robes...

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Ujjayanta Palace

4.Ujjayanta Palace

1 kilometres from city centre

A 250-acre vast spread of ground with Mughal gardens covering the major portion of it and a towering majestic palace located in the center of it, t...

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Jagannath Temple

5.Jagannath Temple

1 kilometres from city centre

Constructed in the 19th century by King Radha Kishore of the Manikya Dynasty, it is dedicated to the Hindu Gods of Jaganadha, Balabhadra, and Subha...

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Neermahal

6.Neermahal

36 kilometres from city centre

Constructed in 1938, The literal translation of the Neermahal is the Water Palace. This was used by the Royalty in the past as their residence. It ...

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Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

7.Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

18 kilometres from city centre

It is also called the Sipahijola Sanctuary, it is located at 25 kilometers from Agartala. While like most other Wildlife Sanctuaries, this too offe...

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Gondacherra Wildlife Sanctuary

8.Gondacherra Wildlife Sanctuary

18 kilometres from city centre

Though it is not up to the mark with its contemporaries in terms of infrastructure, this wildlife sanctuary boasts of rich fauna and flora. These d...

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Buddha Temple

9.Buddha Temple

2 kilometres from city centre

Archeological studies show that Buddhists were the inhabitants and rulers of Tripura for a major part of the history. Agartala, the capital city of...

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Ummaneshwar Temple

10.Ummaneshwar Temple

1 kilometres from city centre

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Raima Valley

11.Raima Valley

3 kilometres from city centre

The Raima Valley is formed by the Jampui Hills, has plantations and gardens spread over all of its area. It is known as the Mother of tribals of Tr...

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Jampui Hill

12.Jampui Hill

103 kilometres from city centre

The view of the rising and setting sun at the Jampui Hills is something to behold. It is located in the Northern part of Tripura bordering Mizoram....

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Local Cuisine

Mui Borok, that is what the locals call the cuisine of Tripura with love that pours out of their bellies. One thing you will find in all the kitchens of Tripura is 'Berma' or dried and fermented fish. As it shares its border with Bangladesh, a lot of Bangladeshi influence creeps into the plates of Tripura.

The very famous rice beer preparation of Tripura is called the Chauk and is gulped down in plenty on festive occasions. There are not many restaurants in Agartala but they do offer a number of different cuisines. Some of the best restaurants are:

1. Garam Tawa

2. Kurry Klub

How to reach

Agartala, despite being a very small area is well connected to the neighbouring states as it is the capital of tripura and is generally a base that tourists and travel enthusiasts use to go around from. 

How to Reach by Flight

The Agartala Airport is located 12 kilometers from the city of Singerbhil. It is connected to all major airports like Delhi, Guwahati, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai, and Guwahati. It is a short drive from the airport into the city and usually, hotels arrange pick ups.

How to Reach by Train

There are direct trains from Silchar and Lumding in Assam to Agartala. The railway station is located few kilometers from the city center.

How to Reach by Bus

Agartala is connected by bus routes to Guwahati, Silchar and Shillong. It is also connected to Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, via road.

How to Reach by Road

Traveling to Agartala by road can make for some breathtaking views but is usually not preferred unless Agartala is the starting point to your journey.

How to travel within

Agartala Itinerary

Day 1:

Start the day with some history by visiting the Neermahal, Ujjayanta Palace and Jaganath temple located in the palace ground itself. End the day soaking in the orange sunset ay Jampui Hills.

Day 2:

Visit the Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura Government Museum and the Buddha temple. Chittagong hills are also something you cannot afford to miss.

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