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Indeed the cleanest place in India

The village, Mawlynnong is the cleanest village. There is a balancing rock as well on the way to... read more

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Nagpur, India
Root Bridges and a cute village.

A short walk to the single root bridge via the Mawlynnong village. The bridges are actually made of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Reviewed yesterday

The village, Mawlynnong is the cleanest village. There is a balancing rock as well on the way to the village. The single root bridge is worth visiting, because the other one that exists in Cherrapunjee requires a long trek of more than 3000 steps.

Thank 451blaise_32
Reviewed 1 week ago

A short walk to the single root bridge via the Mawlynnong village. The bridges are actually made of Rubber tree roots pulled together over several years and naturally growing (as they are living trees). They are delicate, so the authorities dont allow people to stand...More

Thank Suman S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

One of the cleanest place to see, although now being tourist place it is losing its charm...but yeah the month of May was amazing to witness this...drizzle, cool breeze and awesome climate!!!!! Then the root bridge...its nature’s bliss....the place is still not touched that much...More

Thank dips0302
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Living root bridge of Meghalaya is an ingenious man made wonder by the Khasi and Jaintia tribes of Meghalaya. Here the aerial roots of rubber tree are made to grow through tree trunks to form sturdy bridge like structure, helping them to cross river streams....More

2  Thank lipsa n
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Must visit to have a look at the village awarded as Asia's cleanest. Also for the natural living root bridge and other nearby attractions viz Bangladesh view point, tree house and a small waterfall.

Thank Rajiv G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you want to see the natural creations than visiting the Root Bridge should alway there in your itinerary. The forest, the water evry thing id picture perfect.

Thank Pradeep Kumar M
Reviewed 12 June 2018

Mawlynnong is known as the cleanest village in Asia and it is clean surely, but apart from the nice well-kept houses with lawns, there is not much to see here. They have stay options here but they are too costly. Also this place has become...More

Thank Saurav R
Reviewed 9 June 2018

One of the must see place in shillong, You need to climb down around 500m but it is worth climbing down. The water flows below and the living root bridge is amazing. Next is the Mawlynnong village which is clean as ever and has nice...More

Thank Aravind D
Reviewed 7 June 2018

This is a small village with clean roads and neatly maintained houses. I was bit disappointed probably because I had expected too much, on seeing the title as the cleanest village in Asia, spending about 2 hours and 30 minutes from shillong covering a distance...More

Thank Gajarajan1947
Reviewed 5 June 2018

This proves that it is possible to get good results from human intervention with nature! The living root bridge built by the villagers over generations with commendable results! It's a steep climb down. If you are youthful and game for a short trek, take it...More

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