Sangai Festival at Imphal, Bhagyachandra Open Air Theatre, Singju Bora, Lamboi Khongnangkhong, Lamboi Khongnangkhong Leave a Comment / Diversity, Festival, Manipur, Tourism / By Priyanka Rastogi Bhagyachandra Open Air Theatre, also known as BOAT is a vast open-air theatre where performances were taking place. Visit food stall and serving people recommended ‘Singju Bora’ written in the menu card, which he pronounced as ‘Sing-zoo bora,’ the vegetable salad from Meitei cuisine, which is normally taken as side-dish or mid-day snack. Based on the seasonal vegetables, many variants were available. My plate had vegetables, green leaves, along with Thoiding (perilla seeds), Channa Powder and Chilies; the quantity was huge and two people could eat the dish comfortably. I felt energized after the salad, which cost me INR 50. I went inside the small kitchen and also took a look at the non-veg menu consist of Tharoi (freshwater snail curry) and Khajing Bora (Prawn). I couldn’t stop myself and entered inside the kitchen, I learned a recipe of Sungju Bora and had a chit chat with Chef. Sharing table with the locals, who also helped me to choose a veg dish me being a vegetarian. On reaching Lamboi Khongnangkhong, Imphal, the next day I was excited to see Hot Air Ballon which I had never experienced till date and I imeediately bought a ticket of INR 100 for 2 a minute ride. Visit to Trade and Permanent Exhibition Centre at Lamboi Khongnangkhong. This exhibition center had stalls exhibiting various trades and acted as the best platform to expose the talents of Manipur to the world. The handicrafts, artifacts, handloom and different other industries from the state had stalls showcasing their products.