Situated 10 kms from the city,Shillong Peak offers spectacular views of the city from an impressive height of 1965 m above sea level. Being the highest point in Shillong, it offers stunning views of lush greenery and cascading waterfalls.…Read more
An old trekking route and one of the most popular trekking routes in Meghalaya, David Scott Trail Shillong has been named after David Scott, a British office. The officer discovered this route in the first half of 1800s in the form…Read more
Jadoh This dish is a typical food among the Khasis, it is a mixture of rice with pork or sometimes cooked with chicken and fish. It includes spices like onions, garlic, turmeric, and ginger, it gives you a slight taste of Biryani…Read more
The city itself attracts the tourists for its innocent views and natural beauty. When you reach the city, your car will drop you at Police Bazar at that's the heart of the city and most of the hotels are situated there. This is the market as well as the best hang out for all.
In order to reach this beautiful hill station you have to take the car/ MTDCs bus (Meghalaya Tourism Development Corporation) from Guwahati. The journey is superb and it will give you the pleasure to its core. As the road goes, you can see trees all over. Enjoy Shillong - The Scotland Of East.
Shillong is a place to relax, to take deep breath and visit some excellent picturesque. It would take minimum 1 week to see all the places there. Then you can visit Cherrapunjee (56 kms) and Dwaki (86 kms.) too. Cherrapunjee is called as the place of "Rain Gods"
Scotland of the East"; that's how the British had reverend Meghalaya, the state whose heart is Shillong. Shillong is a bustling hill station now with tourists crowding in at different seasons. There is so much to do, so much to see.