Located in the heart of Agartala, Heritage Park is a vivid representation of Tripura's rich tribal culture. True to its name, Heritage Park encapsulates the essence of Tripura's heritage and culture across extensive acres of land.
Situated approximately 55 kilometers from the state's capital city, Tripura Sundari is one of the 51 Sati peeths found in India. Archaeologists estimate that this temple was constructed about five centuries ago, making it one of the oldest temples in Tripura.
Tripura Sundari Temple
Located in the capital city of Tripura, Agartala, this palace stands as yet another emblem of Tripura's notable place in Indian history. The grand palace was built during the late nineteenth century by King Kishore Manikya.
Renowned as the "Lake Palace of Tripura," Neer Mahal Palace stands as a living testament to the former grandeur of Tripura. The palace's vintage architectural designs, expansive green gardens, and regal adornments are sure to leave a lasting impression on you.
Neer Mahal Palace
Situated approximately 178 kilometers from Agartala, Unakoti stands as a prominent tourist destination in Tripura. Regarded as an ancient pilgrimage hub, Unakoti boasts an abundance of historical and religious rock sculptures.