Khoriphaba Hill attracts a lot of tourists especially in the summer season during the Lai Haraoba festival.
Mount Kisha is located in Tamenglong region of Manipur. The Zeliangrong tribe who inhabit this place consider Mount Kisha as a sacred place. There exists a cave here which is considered as sacred and believed that drinking and bathing in the water found in the cave rejuvenates and heals one of all diseases.
Kaina Hills are located 29 kms from Imphal. It is located at a height of 921 meters above mean sea level and attracts lot of pilgrims. This hill is well known for its serene and tranquil atmosphere with lush green mountains that are a delight to the tourists.
Langthabal is located on the Indo-Burma Road 8 Kms from Imphal. It offers the scenic view that is pleasing to the eyes of the visitors. It is famous for the ruins of an ancient palace of historical significance. Langthabal is also known for its well-planned temples and traditional houses made of jackfruit trees and pine.
Maibam Lokpa is a popular hill station and is also known as the Red Hill. It is located 16 kms from the capital Imphal. This hill had been witness to the historic encounter between the Allied Forces led by British Government and United States of America and the Indian national Army led by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose during Second World War. A monument in the memory of the Japanese soldiers who were killed during the war stays reminiscent of history in Maibam Lokpa. It is an important tourist destination and the hill is considered as sacred by the people of Manipur.
Kangchup is located near Imphal and it is one of the major hill stations in Manipur. It offers a scenic view of the Imphal valley which is worthwhile. Kangchup Hill is also popular for the people who visit the Nambol River that flows near by. Kangchup Hill is well-known for its health resorts, where tourists get to revitalize themselves through natural means.