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Mawlynnong

Mawlynnong

Shillong East Khasi Hills Meghalaya

Mawlynnong is a town in the East Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. It is popular for its women-centric society and also having been announced Asia's cleanest town. According to the overview of 2014, there were around 95 homes in Mawlynnong. The proficiency rate was 100%. The localites are mostly possessed with farming, with betel nut being the main harvest. The general population dwelling here have a place with the Khasi Tribe while different tribes is Garo.

Elephant Falls

Elephant Falls

Shillong East Khasi Hills Meghalaya

The first of the three waterfalls are tucked between the thick trees and are exceptionally expansive. The second waterfall lessens to thin strands of water and is practically unimportant in winters because of the retreating water levels. The third and the most unmistakable waterfall is the tallest with clear water. Streaming like a sheet of drain on the dull shakes in the background. 

Double Decker Living Root Bridge

Double Decker Living Root Bridge

Cherrapunjee East Khasi Hills Meghalaya

A 'root bridge', it is situated in Tryna town. Made of the Indian Rubber Tree this is one of the greatest attractions of Cherrapunji. A one of a kind fascination and a significant creative blend of nature and engineering. The Umshiang River streams underneath the bridge.

Krem Phyllut

Krem Phyllut

Cherrapunjee East Khasi Hills Meghalaya

Krem Plyllut situated south of Cherrapunji, this place is a main tourist attraction owning to the caves it has. There are three unique doorways to the caves and two separate waterway entries inside. This place is constantly swarmed with local people and also visitors.

Umiam Lake

Umiam Lake

Shillong East Khasi Hills Meghalaya

Umiam Lake was one of the important lakes present in the state of Meghalaya. This Lake was also called by the other name Barapani Lake which was a reservoir located at a distance of 15 km to the North of Shillong.