Tripura is a gem state of Agartala and has an inviting place to visit while on a tour. The state is replenished with rich culture and lots of historical Monuments. The place is furnished with old temples, rolling mountains, and pristine lakes. It is also an accumulation of Hindu and Buddhist sculpture which can be explored by Visiting Pilak. Tripura has a splendid mixture of nineteen indigenous communities and, as well as non-tribal Bengali people. For, Bike riders this place is heaven.
Kumarghat: Kumarghat is the place where you will the abundance of fruits as this place is the highest producer of fruits especially pineapple. Venuban Vihar is a monastery established by Bimbisar for Buddha but now it’s been mutated into a Deer park. Kamala Sagar is another scenic place to be exposed as it is a pristine artificial lake made by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya Bahadur in the 15th century.
Deotamura: This is the most pious tourist place in Tripura located on the bank of the river Gomti. The second name of this place is Devtamura which means “the peak of God” shrouded in lush greenery. The hills are embedded with images of god and goddesses.
Pilak: Pilak is a scenic archeological site located in Agartala. Here you can witness the remnants of numerous rock sculpture that depicts the God and goddess of the Hindusim and Buddhism era. The Pilak carries the great influence of Palas and Gupta of Bengal. The number of rock-cut images and terracotta plaques lie scattered in various places of the area, which has been under the care of the Archaeological Survey of India.
Jampui Hills: Jampui Hills which is also known as the “hills of Spring” is a mesmerizing place to savor Inhabited mainly by the Lushai and other Mizo tribes. The place has all kinds of beauty from scenic viewpoints to trekking routes. it is a major orange producing region the orchards in the area get loaded with oranges. Those who are love hiking can go for Betlingchhip which is the highest peak offering a picturesque view of Bangladeshi hills range.