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A popular vacationer town close Agartala, Kailashahar was at one time the capital of the Tripura realm and proof of its regal history can be as yet observed here. Kailashahar is a beautiful town. Temples dot the beautiful town along with lush green tea gardens. A visit to Kailashahar is quite incomplete without visiting the Lakhi Narayan Bari.

It is a town that gets a significant piece of its personality from a regal and noteworthy past, the tints of which can at present be seen around the town. Kailashahar isn’t renowned for its sanctuaries but on the other hand, is a famous trekking goal. The 16 tea homes are likewise an absolute necessity to see. Different attractions of the zone include Unakoti, Rangauti, 14 Deities Temple and the sky is the limit from there.

Attractions: Lakhi Narayan Bari, Chouddo Devotar Mandir, Tea Estates, Unokotiswara Kal Bhairava, etc…

Nearby Places: Agartala, Unakoti, Bison (Rajbari) National Park, Rudrasagar Lake, Melaghar, Ambassa, Kumarghat, Dharmanagar, Pilak etc…

Best Time to visit: The best time to visit is from October to April.

Peak Season: Winter Season.

How to Reach

  • By Air: Initially, Kailashahar had and an airport, but due to some inconvenience, it had to shut down in the year 1990. However, there are airports nearby, making connectivity through the air much easier. Khowai Airport is just 50 km away from Kailashahar. Flights like Jet Airways, Spice Jet, Indigo, etc. do operate here. Apart from this airport, Aizawl airport is around 102 km away. The flight connectivity from different cities to here is much better. From these two towns, you have to go in a car or bus to reach Kailashahar.
  • By Rail: Kailashahar has no station of its own. However, the nearest station is Kumarghat. 34 trains from various cities of the country get connected to Kumarghat. From here you can get jeeps, buses, cars or taxis to reach Kailashahar. This station is just 27 km away from the town. Dharamnagar is also a small station which is 15 km away from Kailashahar. There are approximate 14 trains which are connected to the station here. The major stations nearby are Lumding and Kamakhya which are approximately 196 km and 206 km away from the destination.
  • By Road: You can reach Kailashahar easily through road as there are some buses available from nearby towns. Buses ply from towns like Shillong, Aizawl, Silchar, Unakoti, etc. on a regular basis. There are deluxe Volvo buses and state buses as well which connect Guwahati to Kailashahar.

Popular Restaurants: Invitation, Cafe Coffee Day, Hotel Sonar Tori, Momos N More, Khunti Kadai, Abhishek Hotel and Restaurant, Pizza’ria, Royal Veg, Coffee Tea and Me, Taj Sweets & Veg Restaurant, Cafe Frespresso, etc… Read more

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