Second place was Living root bridge, there is small 1km through a village to living root bridge. Nice bridge built from roots, and there is the waterfall as well. Stayed for a while and trekked back.
Next place for the day was the root bridge in Meghalaya called Riwai living root bridge. These bridges are really old and creations of the locals. Standing on the bridge is not allowed but you can click pictures. I was having a nice time as this was a different experience. We had to leave from there in 20 minutes as we had one more place to visit on the same day. Just after a 10-minute drive from the root bridge, we reached Mawlynnong which is Asia's cleanest village. We enjoyed a delicious and homely local meal there and started back for Shillong.Covering all these places in one day made me tired, so I drank some tea and went to sleep immediately after reaching my hotel.
We then headed to the living root bridge near the property recommended by our host. He even told us that we'd spot rare butterfly species in fields lined with cosmos and hibiscus plants. Without his suggestion, we probably would've missed this experience.
Living Roots Bridges TrekToday, you can trek to one of the most fascinating and extraordinary natural sights in the country - the Living Root Bridges . These bridges are a set of natural bridges formed by barks and trunks of trees that lie on either side of a stream.