Churachandpur, which is also known as Lamka. This small town is located in Manipur, which people also designate as Switzerland of India. Churachandpur is spot having natural beauty areas, though city was used for commercial purpose by the diverse rulers of Manipur. Export of countless products is done to international market from Churachandpur. The town faced difficulties during World War II when Japanese Army bombarded the town. However, city enjoyed the peace and clam for more than 5 decades as not much rulers came to town. After WW II particularly in 1970s and 80s, the town was declared as most peaceful island on earth. Today list of big investors is available started industries and several commercial plants in Churachandpur.
Khuga dam, a noted picnic spot, the tribal museums at Tuibuong and Thangzam road, Ngaloi Falls, etc. are some of the noteworthy tourist places that make Churachandpur tourism interesting. A trip to Churachandpur would not be complete without shopping in the town. You could carry home a bit of Churachandpur, the souvenirs from the place by shopping of handicrafts and indigenous art in Churachandpur. Churachandpur is the second largest town in Manipur after Imphal and has been seeing rapid growth in the past few decades. For an otherwise insurgent-hit state, Churachandpur is a peaceful town and people from all communities of Manipur settle here for this reason. Thus, Churachandpur sees a cultural diversity as the Simte, Paite, Gangte, Hmar, Zou, Zou, Vaiphei, Zou, Lusei and Sukte (Tedim) live here harmoniously.