Chandel Tourism and Travel Guide
History of The City: Chandel is an administrative district of Manipur with its headquarters located at Chandel town. The District is situated in the south-eastern part of Manipur. It
shares common borders with Myanmar (erstwhile Burma) on the south, UkhrulChandel district on the east, Churachandpur district on the south and west, and Thoubal district on the north.
The District is inhabited by some 20 different tribes. Prominent among them are Anal, Lamkang, Kukis, Moyon, Monsang, Chothe, Thadou, Paite, and Maring.
The Moreh town, the international trade center of the state lies on the southernmost part of the District. When the Trans-Asian Super Highway will come into existence, Chandel district will be one of the gateways to the Asian countries.
How to Reach?
Chandel district is connected by the National Highway No. 39 reaching up to Moreh. There are several buses plying from Imphal to Chandel regularly. The State Highway No. 10 diverts from National Highway No. 39 at Pallel connecting the district head quarters.