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Any places to visit in Meghalaya?

Asked by ashu, 03 Aug '08 10:30 pm
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Khasi Hills in Meghalaya forms the central part of the state of Meghalaya in the north east of India. Being close to Shillong, the capital ...



Jaintia Hills
The home of the Jaintia tribes, forming the eastern part of the Meghalaya, is the Jaintia Hills. The Jaintia Hills


Garo Hills
Garo Hills known for its abundance of wildlife attracts naturalists and photographers to capture the multifaceted sights of a unique range of flora and fauna.... ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 24 Aug '11 02:08 pm

 
  
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Shillong:

This beautiful city is called Scotland of the East due to its prominent similarity with the Scottish highlands. This romantic city has always been a prime tourist destination in the northeast. Shillongs rising and falling terrain, cradle of the tall pine conifers and pineapple shrubs, are a constant source of attraction for tourists from both home and abroad.

Places to visit: The place is full of waterfalls, hills, lakes, Museums and churches which mark the beauty and wealth of this place. Where the Spread Eagle Falls is a famous picnic spot, the Sweet Falls is the most beautiful of all the waterfalls lying about 5 km from the Happy Valley and about 96 m in height. The Elephant Gait and the Elephant Falls are beautiful sights especially in the rainy season and are favorite picnic spots. Shillong Peak, the highest point of Shillong, is located 5 km to the south of the city and is 1961 meters (6,433 feet) in altitude and is often surrounded with fog. The peak itself is n ...more
Answered by Krishnakumar G. Nair, 03 Aug '08 10:35 pm

 
  
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Cherrapunji (58 km from Shillong), about two hours south of Shillong, used to the wettest place on earth.
Popular picnic desination called the Mawjinbuim Cave (55 km off Shillong)
Jowai
JOwai a wonderful village towards the north of Meghalaya.
Jakrem (66 km from Shillong), which is famous for its hot springs
Nawphlang is one of the best destination for picnic
Ranigodam is known for adventurous sports like angling.
220-sq-km Balpakram National Park
Answered by Anvin Raj, 03 Aug '08 10:32 pm

 
  
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