The Abode Of Clouds
Meghalaya, also known as the “abode of clouds,” is a stunning state in Northeast India that welcomes visitors with a wide range of attractions, experiences, cuisines, and celebrations. Meghalaya’s hills, valleys, lakes, caves, and waterfalls, combined with the beautiful clouds, create a very serene, beautiful look; the region is especially well-known for Cherrapunji, the place which receives one of the maximum rainfall in the world.
Halfway To Heaven
Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya, has often been called the Scotland of the East, owing to the magnificent lakes all around the town, and the hills surrounding it. Trekking and hiking opportunities abound in Cherrapunji, and the Living Double-decker Root Bridge is a top attraction.
The village of Mawlynnong is the cleanest in all of Asia. Lying on the border separating India from Bangladesh, Mawlynnong is an amazingly clean village in Meghalaya where every street corner has a bamboo dustbin to ensure nature-friendly disposal of trash. The Sky Watch, an impressive bamboo structure from which visitors can take in panoramic views of the Bangladeshi plains, is the main draw to this village. Meghalaya has a history of rich craftsmanship, and wood-carving and artistic weaving are famous crafts here, especially in the Jaintia and Khasi districts.