The Khuman Lampak Sports Complex is used for a sports venue. It also contains a cyclists' velodrome. Most of the imported goods are sold here at its Paona Bazaar, Gam-bir Sing Shopping Complex, Ningthibi Collections and Leima Plaza. Shree Govindajee Temple, Andro village, and the Manipur State Museum are in the city.

Loktak Lake:
The Loktak Lake, a miniature inland sea. There is a Tourist Bungalow atop Sendra Island. Life on the Lake includes small islands that are floating weed on which live the Lake people, the blue waters of the Lake, and colourful water plants. There is a Sendra Tourist Home with an attached cafeteria in the middle of the lake.

Kaina is a hillock about 921 metres (3,022 ft) above sea level. It is a sacred place for Manipuri Hindus. The legend is that, Shri Govindajee appeared in the dream of his devotee, Shri Jai Singh Maharaja, and asked the saintly king to install in a temple, an image of Shri Govindajee.

Dzükou Valley:
The Dzükou Valley is located in Senapati district bordering with Kohima. There are seasonal flowers and a number of flora and fauna.

Keibul Lamjao National Park:
Keibul Lamjao National Park is an abode of the rare and endangered species of Brow Antlered deer. This ecosystem is home to 17 rare species of mammals. It is the only floating national park of the world.

Zoological Gardens:
At the foot of the pine growing hillocks at Iroisemba on the Imphal-Kangchup Road are the Zoological Gardens. Some brow antlered deer (Sangai)are housed there.

Sadu Chiru waterfall:
Sadu Chiru waterfall is near Ichum Keirap village 27 km (17 mi) from Imphal, in the Sadar hill area, Senapati district. This consists of three falls with the first fall about 30 metres (98 ft) high. Agape Park is located in the vicinity. It is owned and managed by Kamlun Telien of Ichum Keirap.

Thalon Cave:
Thalon Cave is one of the historical sites of Manipur under Tamenglong district. From Thalon village, this cave is 4–5 kilometres (2.5–3.1 mi). Khangkhui Cave is a natural limestone cave in Ukhrul district. The big hall in the cave is the darbar hall of the Devil King living deep inside while the northern hall is the royal bedroom, according to local folklore.