Shillong Hill Station | Meghalaya



An easy pace that nature considers fit is typical of the Shillong station. Taking a mild walk or slowly riding a vehicle along the Khasi hills gives many glimpses of the valley and a clear perception of the beauty of nature in the Meghalaya capital. Showering Shillong 's drizzles and cooling breeze bring an unmatched joy experience. A desire to see far and beyond the point of view of the road is only obvious. The more the place is explored, the more playful it is that nature reveals itself.

The place at an altitude of 1,966 m is often referred to as' Scotland of India' because of its resemblance to the civilization established in the rolling hills of Scotland. This comparison would only be emphasized in Shillong holidays.

The Shillong Plateau on which the town is situated is surrounded by hills, most of which are Lum Sohpetbneng, Lum Diengiei, and Lum Shillong.

Somewhat forgotten British imprint still captures the fancy of exploring visitors, because history cannot be tugged away. Sooner or later, Shillong tourism reveals what it was, prominently in its architecture, part of the English concept of civilization. The hill capital, once the capital of undivided Assam, now welcomes enthusiastic travelers into its new world. 

Top Tourist Attractions in Shillong

Very easily, people are lost counting the ways that nature can surprise them in the hills. The same theory also applies to Shillong, especially to monsoons. Brisk walking townspeople, enthusiastically searching for tourists, shyly honeymooning couples and the people involved in everyday life, together with the pleasant climate, are an admirable image. 

 Cathedral of Mary Help of Christians  



The cathedral was originally built in 1913 and was destroyed by fire in 1936. The site was rebuilt in 1934 and attracts many tourists for its beauty and religious significance as well as the aspect of ancient times.

Mawjymbuin Caves 



The place is approximately 56 km away for all visitors to Shillong. These caves are a must if the visit to the capital of Meghalaya is like a blue moon once.

 All Saints Church 

The antiquity of this place of worship has never been questioned since it came into existence, although it was destroyed in an earthquake in 1897, rebuilt in 1902. The influence of the British in colonial architecture could be seen.

 Lady Hydari Park 

The name tells of her British relationship with Lady Hydari, the wife of the governor of Assam, but rest is to be enjoyed. Its famous features include the mini zoo, Japanese - style landscaping consisting of orchids and other plants and more.

 Water Falls 

Shillong 's journey is marked by many falls that come alive with vigor during monsoons. The names Beadon, Bishops, Crinoline, Elephant Falls, Spread Eagle, and Sweet Falls are worth mentioning.

 Golf Course 

If you think about spending time in the most pleasant way, come to Laban and play in this golf course is something to be tried. Among some of the oldest plays in this game, people never fail to remember its British origin.

 Umiam 

17 kilometers from Shillong and visitors can enter a different world–a water sports complex that offers activities such as yachting, paddle boating, kayaking, water cycling and scooting, and much more.

 Police Bazaar 

All the necessities can be found in this marketplace, conveniently located near the Shillong bus stand. Motphran and Bara Bazaar are other markets worth trying out.

 Wards 

Call it ' Polok,' but it's still the same lake, although manmade, but no less than fun. Designed in the shape of a horseshoe, it is an ideal place for picnicking and lots of recreation activities.

 Meghalaya Butterfly Museum 

The museum was founded to study and therefore preserve rare species of different butterflies and moths. A whole new experience can be glimpsing over 1600 species.

 Capt Williamson Sangma State Museum 

Shillong 's art and culture can be experienced in this place. It shows the history of tribal people who live here and their craftsmanship.

 Anthropological Museum 

The museum dates from 1954 and is situated in the Nogrim Hills. Different types of specimens are displayed on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. for casual and scholarly observation.

 Sohpetbneng Peak 

It is not difficult to imagine what the place would be if its meaning-" The Navel of Heaven " is known to a visitor, as it was once believed that local tribes planted a tree that serves as a link with God. At 1,343 m, the sight would not allow for a moment to breathe.

 Shillong Peak 

The highest peak in the area at 1,965 meters above sea level, this one also offers sights that can not easily be forgotten if you choose to come nearby. Legends and myths believed by local people also make it worth a look and be amazed, but it must be admired without a camera because of security problems. 

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