It is no surprise that Meghalaya is home to Asia's cleanest village, because the whole state was so clean and beautiful that it makes the fact so obvious.
Being the cleanest village of Asia, Mawlynnong left us awestruck while rambling on the streets of the village. The air, the flowers, the people everything was exquisitely amazing.
We booked a cab from Shillong for ₹3000 which took us from Mawlynnong to Dawki, and from Dawki to Krangsuri waterfall.
We started our journey from Mawlynnong around 9 in the morning and it took us a whole day to cover all the three places.
As it is the cleanest village I don't think there is any need to describe how clean it was but I would definitely like to share some peculiarities of that village which I noticed.
1. This village believes in the limited use of plastic. Even the dustbins are made of bamboo. And you can find these dustbins in every nook and corner.
2. This village is culturally very rich. Females wear their traditional attire which makes them unique.
3. Keeping the village clean is their foremost priority. There are not ashamed of cleaning the surroundings which makes them so grounded.
They are not extrovert but they welcome tourists very cordially.