Nagaland attractions

Top Choice Cemetery in Kohima

Kohima War Cemetery

The immaculately maintained war cemetery contains the graves of over 1400 British, Indian and other Allied soldiers, killed in or around Kohima in 1944 as they resisted a Japanese invasion of India from Burma in one…
Market in Kohima

Central Market

This small but fascinating market outside the Kohima Local Ground stadium, off Razhü Junction, is a compendium of exotic Naga tribal foods with such delicacies as mefi (wriggling hornet grubs), frogs, silkworms, sna…
Architecture in Kohima

Naga Heritage Village

The Naga Heritage Village, 10km south of Kohima along the Imphal road, has a representative selection of traditional Naga houses and morungs (young people's dormitories) with full-size log drums and architectural or…
Museum in Kohima

WWII Museum

Located within Kisama Heritage Village, 10km south of Kohima, this well-kept museum exhibits war memorabilia from the WWII battles fought in and around Kohima. Displays include a diverse range of weaponry, table-top…
Museum in Kohima

State Museum

This well-presented government museum, 2km north of Kohima’s centre, has galleries on two floors featuring tribal costumes, weapons, musical instruments, sports and jewellery. It's a good place to acquaint yourself …
Ruins in Dimapur

Rajbari Park

Until it was sacked by the Ahoms in 1536, Dimapur was the capital of the prominent Dimasa Kachari kingdom of eastern Assam. Little grandeur is evident today, the chief relics being some curious, toadstool-shaped pil…