Travel Hacks To Make You’re Trip To Shillong Meghalaya (Northeast India) Even Better

Meghalaya is famous for its serene thick subtropical forest supporting a vast variety of flora and fauna and its majestic waterfalls, springs, an island. So if you’re planning a visit to the state and well if budget is bothering your trip to Shillong(Meghalaya ) here are some hacks that take some burden off your wallet: (1) Transport One of the most significant thing while traveling is transport, though it is also important to have some Read more…

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Places To Visit If You’re In Shillong, Meghalaya(India)

The landlocked state of Meghalaya is one of the seven sisters of North-east India. It was formed by carving out two districts from the state of Assam: the Khasi Hills and  Jaintia Hills, and the Garo Hills on 21st January 1972. Road is the only means of transport while the capital Shillong is relatively well connected. The state offers many adventure tourism opportunities such as mountaineering, rock climbing, trekking and hiking, caving and water sports Read more…

Discovering Meghalaya: A trip to the cleanest town in Asia

It was a bright sunny day and our destination for the day was Mawlynnong, a paradise among the beautiful land of the Khasi hills. This place has also earned the status as the ‘cleanest village in Asia’ in 2003 by Discover India Magazine. Mawlynnong is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of the Meghalaya state, India. It is located 90 km from Shillong, along with the India-Bangladesh border. Our journey to this beautiful Read more…

KWAI: A humble and traditional bridge of hospitality in Meghalaya.

The act of serving kwai is one of the traditional offerings served out to the guests, family members, friends, and even strangers which form a bond and bridges people between the rich and the poor in the Khasi matrilineal society of Meghalaya without any discrimination. kwai is being consumed or offered whether it is in happiness or sorrow. It is served both in celebrations or funeral, and so the Khasi people never run out of Read more…