September 19, 2021

8 Famous Tourist Places in Korea (Koriya)


Top Tourist Attractions in Korea (Koriya)

Koriya district, sometimes known as Korea district, is located in the northwestern region of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. Baikunthpur is the district’s administrative headquarters. In the rainy season, when nature is at its most attractive, Korea is full of ambiguity. It also lends stunning splendour to the waterfalls produced on some of the country’s most major rivers. This waterfall is built entirely of natural materials, so it sheds its beauty on its own. People in the area are drawn to the water falls.

There are numerous water falls in this district, including Amritdhara, Gaurghat, Ramdah, and Chyul Waterfall. All of them are waterfalls, with the exception of Amritdhara, which was created in a tourism area with the aid of the district administration. Other waterfalls haven’t been created in the same way. During the major falls, however, local or nearby district residents frequently visit for walks, picnics, and other activities.

Best Places to Visit in Korea (Koriya)

  1. Amritdhara Waterfall
  2. Gaurghat Waterfall
  3. Akuri Nala
  4. Pondi jagannath Temple, Chirmiri
  5. Ramdaha Waterfall
  6. Chyul waterfall
  7. Guru Ghasidas National Park
  8. Korea Palace, Baikunthpu

Best Time to Visit in Korea (Koriya)


How to Reach Korea (Koriya)

By road and connecting train, the Korea District is well connected to some of Chhattisgarh’s major cities.

Via Raod : 

It is located on National Highway No. 43 between Katni and Gumla. Raipur, Ambikapur, Bilaspur, Varanasi, and Allahabad, Katni are all accessible by bus.

Via Train :

Baikunthpur has direct trains to Ambikapur, Bilaspur, Raipur Durg, Jabalpur, and Katni. Anuppur District is around 100 kilometres from Baikunthpur, and residents may commute to India’s major cities via the Anuppur railway station.

Animesh Sharma

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