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The 'Garden City of India', Bangalore, is an amicable blend of cultures, traditions, cuisines, fiestas, people, ideologies and lifestyles. As a progressive city, Bangalore is continuously expanding its horizons and engulfing into new domains. Its life, pubs, malls and clubs are an instant hit amongst youngsters.. Imphal, the capital of Manipur, has agriculture and horticulture as its main occupation. Numerous varieties of crops and fruits are grown in its fertile lands. Ras Leela epitomizes Manipuri Classical Dance that enacts the eternal and sublime love of Radha and Krishna. Handloom and handicrafts are the important cottage industries here. People extensively avail Bangalore to Imphal flights to relish the beauty and uniqueness of these two places.

Passengers can conveniently book flight tickets from Bangalore to Imphal through our travel portal, Bangalore is connected with rest of the country as well as internationally by Kempegowda International Airport, which is the third busiest airport in India. It is located approximately 40km far from the main city-centre at Devanahalli area. Air India, Jet Airways and Indigo are domestic flights connecting these two distant cities. Bangalore to Imphal flight timing varies from 6h 20m to 15h 40m in case of stop-over flights. Bangalore attractions namely Ulsoor Lake, Bangalore Fort, Bellandur Lake, Freedom Park and Banashankari Amma Temple, among others are must visit before departing for Guwahati.

Bangalore to Imphal flight fare depends on the flight taken, route availed, date and time of travel. One can crack the best deals on flight ticket booking with Imphal International Airport is the third largest airport in the north-east and the second international airport in the region. It connects the city to Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Mandalay. The airport features numerous passenger services and night operation facilities. Auto-rickshaws, public and private buses connect the airport to the city-centre. Imphal is also an important tourist destination too with several attractions namely the Kangla Fort, Hiyanthang Lairembi Temple complex, Jama Masjid, Shree Govindajee Temple and Imphal War Cemetery, among others.

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  • Airline Code AK
  • Phone Number 1860-500-8000

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Popular attractions in Imphal

  • Manipur State Museum

    The Manipur State Museum, situated in Imphal, is one of the most popular museums in the state. It was inaugurated in 1969 by the then Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi, and has ever since remained one of the most prominent museums of the state alongside being a very popular tourist destination as well.  

  • Kangla Fort

    Kangla in Imphal was the seat of kingly governance starting from the rule of the legendary God-king, Nongda Lairen Pakhangba in 33A.D to Maharaj Kulachandra in 1891A.D. Standing as Manipur's pride, the fort was captured by the British and post independence, it was occupied by the Assam Rifles till 2004. The fort is reminiscent of Manipur's rich history and speaks proudly of its culture and traditions.

  • Andro

    A small village situated near the east of Imphal, Andro houses the Andro Gramshang Museum that includes various varieties of conventional pots named as.......

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