Visit Beautiful Meghed’s house in India

Visit Beautiful Meghed’s house

ndia is such a big country that it can take a lifetime to travel around. The number of tourists in its northeastern states is estimated to be less. The state of Meghalaya is in the north-east of India. It is known as the home of the Megheds. Entering this realm takes you to a completely different world. The state is known for waterfalls, caves, lakes and rivers.

Meghalaya can easily be reached by road from Bangladesh. For that first you have to go to Sylhet. From there by CNG or bus to Tamabil. Then finish the immigration. Then take taxi or local car directly from Dawki to Shillong.

Cherrapunji: Cherrapunji is famous all over the world for its rainfall. You can enjoy monsoons there. Apart from this, Cherrapunji is also known for its caves, waterfalls and bridges. There are Seven Sisters Falls, Nohakalikai Falls, Aroah Caves. There is Mountain View for a breathtaking view of the mountain ranges.

Dawki: Dawki is best known for the Umngot river. It is also known as Dauki River. Its water is so clear that it sometimes looks like glass. ‘Boating’ in the Umonggot River is very popular with tourists. Its peaceful atmosphere will provide you with a relaxing experience.

Umiam Lake: Umiam Lake is well known for adventure sports. Tourists here do hiking, rock climbing, rappelling, zip-lining. It is a picnic spot. Many go camping on the island of Umiam Lake.

Shillong: Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya state. It is also known as the ‘Scotland of the East’. The city is famous for its vibrant markets. The big market of Shillong is very popular with the visitors. The market is nestled between hills and pine trees. Tourists buy local handicrafts, Meghalaya textiles, handicrafts from here.

Maolinong: The village of Maolinong is known as ‘God’s Own Garden’. In 2003, Discover India named Maolinong as the cleanest village in Asia. The Living Root Bridge of Nhawet is an attractive tourist spot in Maolinong. The bridge connects the hill villages to the city. It is one of the most beautiful examples of traditional Meghalaya architecture.

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