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A border town, Moreh is situated right on the India- Myanmar border and is fast emerging as an important trade centre. The land here belonged to the historic Kawbong Valley civilization and is still a part of the place known as the Kawbong Valley. The natural beauty is remarkable and the diversity of cultures here is also another major thing to notice. Apart from local populations of Burmese, Chin, Kuki and Mizo, there are also many Punjabis, Tamil, Marwaris, Telegu, Meities, Nagas and Pandels. Moreh is known as India's Gateway to the South- East and also as the Commercial Capital of Manipur.
Manglam Bhaarat
Arrive Imphal & Onward to Moreh via TegnoupalArrive into Imphal & head towards the border town of Moreh. Along the way, stop to admire the decorated Kakching Gardens & pay homage to our bravest at the Khongjom War Memorial. Afterwards halt at Gaby’s café which offers delicious local & global cuisine. In addition to, offering stunning views of the picturesque Tegnoupal district. Finally, reach Moreh and rest up for the night.
For Visa and immigration formalities, you have to go to Moreh ICP and then cross the Indo-Myanmar Friendship Bridge. The Myanmar immigration Office is just beyond the Friendship Bridge. So after getting your passports and visas stamped, you are all ready to start this epic journey.
Varun Suchday
Sonal Agarwal
The Indo- Myanmar Border (India – Myanmar)The Ind0- Myanmar border is a must visit for any person to understand how a healthy relationship between two countries can result in border cross in just ₹20 to take a quick view of Burmese town Tamu. Moreh, located on the easternmost frontier of India connects the country with South Asian and South East Asian countries. This healthy relationship between the two countries has made Moreh a developing trade point in India on the border with Myanmar.