Attractions

Top Choice Historic Site in Kohima

War Cemetery

This immaculately maintained cemetery contains the graves of 1400 British, Commonwealth and Indian soldiers – killed in action during WWII – laid out across stepped and manicured lawns. It stands at the strategic ju…
Market in Kohima

Central Market

In this fascinating market that supplies the bulk of Kohima's kitchen supplies, tribal people buy and sell local delicacies such as borol (wriggling hornet grubs), tadpoles, bullfrogs, silkworms, exotic condiments s…
Museum in Kohima

State Museum

This well-presented government museum, 3km north of Kohima’s centre, has galleries on two floors featuring tribal artefacts, jewellery mannequin tableaux, and a display of headhunted skulls, curated from old village…
Park in Dimapur

Rajbari Park

Dimapur was the capital of a prominent Kachari kingdom that ruled much of Assam before the Ahoms showed up. None of that grandeur is evident today, and the only relics that remain are some curious, toadstool-shaped …
Museum in Kohima

WWII Museum

Located within Kisama Heritage Village is this well-kept museum, which has a collection of war memorabilia dating back to WWII battles fought in and around Kohima. Exhibits include a diverse range of weaponry, table…
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Rendikala Subong Museum

This tiny, privately run museum houses a number of tribal artefacts relating to the local Ao culture, along with what is touted to be the world's smallest Bible. It's usually shut, but the on-site caretaker will ope…