There are total 4 living root bridges starting from long root bridge to Mawsynram bridge. Living root bridge is the first point of attraction that you'll see and explored once you walk for almost an one and half hour or approximately 900 steps towards the sea level. Most of the Indian tourist they come to visit this bridge as it's quite manageable to walk and steps are also in proportion to walk in.
Next, the Double Decker root bridge, one has to walk another 2 hours to reach this place and before reaching double decker bridge, there is small village named "Nongriat" which is mostly popular for home stay. Tourist from Western part of the countries they stay in this village for a week or sometime month to explore the peace, and to know the living style of Khasi people and off course to yield into the nature, Forest, waterfalls, rivers, woods so on and so forth.
After crossing this beautiful village , there is famous double decker bridge. It is a two tier living root bridge and beneath this bridge there is a small water fall with swimming pool where people and swim in the fresh and blue spring water.
Mawsynram living root bridge is the last and most beautiful bridge among all the bridges, before reaching the final destination of the spot "rainbow fall" . The reason why I say this bridge "beautiful" in spite double decker which attracts the tourist most is, because the way two bridges connecting simultaneously to each other and also there is long steel bridge just a step before reaching this meticulous bridge. Lastly, this is the point where the roads towards the rainbow fall is quite difficult to manage because of it's Stony path, dense jungle and the heights of the path from water level, and this is last bridge that you'll see, after that there is no bridges or villages. You'll get only one small shop on the way towards rainbow fall that will serve tasty Maggie and tea worth RS 30 and 10.