Travelling to different countries or cities can benefit you in many ways. According to researchers, travelling improves social and communication skills, reduces stress, increases your work productivity, and creates lifetime memories. Travelling to new places introduces you to new cultures and traditions which broadens your horizons.
India is home to thousands of cultures, and tourists from all around the world visit to explore this vast ocean of different cultures. Since there are a lot of tourist attractions in India, it can be a difficult task to list down the best places to visit. Here we will be talking about a city that has a lot of unique and breath-taking sites in its store – Agartala. So, let's get straight to the top 5 travel destinations of Agartala that will give you a priceless travel experience.
1. Heritage Park:
Built in the heart of the city, Heritage Park is spread over 12 acres of land. A 1.1 km long park pathway covers the entire park and connects the three sections of the park – The Natural Forest, The Medicinal Plant Table Top, and The Mini Tripura. This park is home to some exotic flowers and offers a fantastic mix of tribal and non-tribal sections of Tripura.
2. Ujjayanta Palace:
Built in 1901, Ujjayanta Palace was once the residence of the King of Tripura. The palace has now been converted into a museum and has become one of the most prominent tourist attractions of Agartala. It has a Throne Room, Chinese Room, Public Halls, Durbar Hall, Reception Hall, and a Library. Located on the banks of a lake and surrounded by beautiful Mughal gardens, Ujjayanta Palace is a must visit for every traveller.
3. Neermahal Palace:
Ordered by the King Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur of Tripura, the construction of Neermahal Palace was started in 1930 and took 8 years to complete. This Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces of India and the biggest lake palace among the only two built in India. The architecture of this palace represents the history and culture of Tripura.
4. Kalyan Sagar Lake:
Located on the eastern side of the Tripura Sundari Temple, Kalyan Sagar Lake is one of the most sacred lakes of Agartala. The lake is home to various kinds of fish, aqua species, and some rare species of tortoise. People visiting the lake offer biscuits and puffed rice to the fishes.
5. Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary:
Initiated in 1972, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary is spread across an area of 18.53 sq. kms. The sanctuary is divided into five sections – Primates, Carnivores, Reptiles, Ungulates, and Aviary. About 150 species of birds, Macaque Species, Langur, Mongoose, and various other animals can be found here. Authorities have set up a Dak Bungalow, known as Abasarika, in the forest where tourists can enjoy night adventures as well.
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