Ujjayanta Palace was a royal palace. Situated at the core of Agartala, the entire hustle-bustle of the city is centered around this palace.
‘The Lake Palace of Tripura’ or the Neermahal is the largest palace of its kind in the entire Indian Subcontinent.
The Jagannath temple is a famous religious site located in Agartala in Tripura.
Also known as the eternal hills of spring, the Jampui hills live up to their name, having pleasant climate all year round.
Home to a variety of wildlife especially birds and primates, this place is not just a wildlife sanctuary but also an academic and research centre.
Located in Matabari, 100m east of NH 44, around 55km from Agartala and just 4 km from Udaipur.
Evidence to the Buddhist influence on the people of Agartala, the Buddha Temple is an important religious site and was constructed in 1946.
The picturesque spectacle of the Chittagong hills assaults the senses of each and every onlooker.
Constructed by King Birendra Kishore Manikya in 1917, the Kunjaban Palace is the official residence of the Governor of Tripura.