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Jingmaham Living Root Bridge

Sohra-Shella Road, Mawlynnong 793108, India
+91 90898 97622
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Awesome place to visit here.

Living root bridge is awesome place to visit in Meghalaya.. I love it because here you can visit... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Incredible L
via mobile
Nature can do anything, visit this place to believe!!

Quite some walk to reach the place, but the effort is truly worth it. The view is mesmerizing, how... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
shobhitmittal1980
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Noida, India
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
LOCATION
Sohra-Shella Road, Mawlynnong 793108, India
CONTACT
+91 90898 97622
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"natural wonder"
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"the double decker"
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"must visit if you are"
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"entry fee of rs"
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"living root bridge"
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"rubber trees"
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"approx steps"
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"small stalls"
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"cold drinks"
in 3 reviews
"nature's lap"
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"be careful"
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"per head"
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"cleanest village"
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"lush green surroundings"
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"water stream"
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"steep climb"
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Living root bridge is awesome place to visit in Meghalaya.. I love it because here you can visit more views near by it... Weather is amazing and cool...

Thank Incredible L
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Quite some walk to reach the place, but the effort is truly worth it. The view is mesmerizing, how a bridge is created naturally from the roots of trees. Amazing and unique experience. On top of it, water flowing swiftly beneath it. Tip: Reach as...More

Thank shobhitmittal1980
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you cannot visit double decker bridge because of its trekking than this is the place to visit. It is close to Mawlynnong village and one has to walk down 300 steps. But once you reach this place you are awed by the beauty and...More

Thank ruchirj07
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is bridge which is shaped to form a bridge. its a walk down the hill about 400 meters, you feel like being in the heart of the nature. the living roots bridge makes the place so beautiful. make sure to reach this place max...More

Thank Manu s
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's a beautiful place where exists a bridge made out of roots on which you can totally walk, Entry is around rs 20 per head. There's a river over which the bridge is and that river is quite clean.

Thank rishabhtrips
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

beautiful creation by nature. Must visit if you are in cherapunjee. it is approx 200 steps down. View and experience both were too good

Thank shahbinal
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Reviewed 10 May 2018 via mobile

very close to Mawlinnong the cleanest village of Asia continent and about 2 hrs drive from Shillong the capital of Indian state Meghalaya this is a very natural and wonderful site,a bridge naturally emerged with trees roots is wonderful ,not a long bridge small but...More

Thank sssdgn
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

Such equilibrium was practised since generations without any fuss. While bridging, the tree still grows and would continue so. Nothing is cut, only diverted. Speak thousand words in education class and show the live (literally) example once to be imprinted for life. The scenic journey...More

Thank mvijay_153
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Reviewed 29 April 2018

Such a different and wonderful place it is. One has to walk down from the road to visit this attraction. It was raining when we went there and this added to the beauty. Lush green surroundings. The walk down steps are a bit difficult, but...More

Thank Satish P
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Reviewed 26 April 2018

Nestled in a quite corner is one of the most exquisite sights that I have ever seen - a living tree, whose roots form a natural bridge across a fast flowing river. Beautiful! To see the bridge, one needs to climb down a flight of...More

Thank rohitashwa18
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856deeptis
20 December 2017|
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Response from dsudipto79 | Reviewed this property |
I will advice not to go there with 1.5 year old infant. You have to descend almost 1500 steps through hill. It's steep, and somewhere there will be no handrails too. If you have someone to look after the child for 3-4 hours... More
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