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One of the most popular attractions of shillong, and is home to the cherry blossoms trees as well as the 'living fossil tree' which is the oldest living tree species in the world.
This is a 117-year-old structure which was rebuilt after one of the strongest earthquakes in the world to be a wooden architectural wonder of the state. The corridors of this house have shaped the history of the region.
A gentlemen's club built by the british high society. It endured two raging fires only to be rebuilt and has housed the maharaja of manipur, dacca, tripura, and himachal pradesh among many other regals from the old world indian kingdoms.
For the first time, assam had allowed a legislative council with the chief commissioner as the president. This was the first legislative building, which was completed by early 1923 and burned to the ground in a major fire in 2001.
Also known as 'khyndai lad' which translates to 'where 9 lanes meet'. It is the centre of hustling bustling shillong famous for its street food, and shopping while also having symbolic meanings as this square has seen the start of multiple local revolutions.
As the name suggests, this road leads to the local jail. The old world bengali charm of shillong can still be seen here. Rabindranath tagore and subhas chandra bose have also walked down this road while fighting for indias freedom!
This was one of the first legislative buildings, which was completed by 1923. This is also where the british legislative council was dissolved in 1947 - replaced by the constituent assembly of india.
This church was built for services in english for christians who didn't speak the khasi language. Opened in 1923, the church with its central surroundings has played a large part in the cultural changes in shillong.
This institution which was built in 1874 is a representation of how multicultural shillong joined hands to change the education of the rural people and increase the furtherance of the brahmo cause.
From the sport of polo to the local gambling sport of archery, to the modern indian football club of shillong lajong, these sports grounds have been a major part of the city. The 2016 south asian games were also hosted here.
The oldest buddhist temple in the region has an archway similar to the world-famous sanchi stupa. This represents the diversity and secular nature of shillong since time immemorial.
Shillong golf links is one of the oldest and only naturally landscaped 18-hole golf courses in asia. It is considered to be the "glen-eagle of the east". The course is uniquely open for the locals to use when the members are not playing.
Experienced the thrill of shooting arrows with us along with the local legalized betting.
Feel ever more closer to the people by trying out traditional attires and and getting your photographs taken.
Are you a pro golfer or have never tried it? Come on and try out this activity nontheless.
Have a taste of the local fruits/tea and snacks to stay refreshed on the tour!
DHANKHETI SHILLONG - 793001.
Directorate of Tourism
3rd Secretariat Nokrek Building,
Lower Lachumiere, Shillong 793001,
Tel Fax : +91-364-2502580
Phone No : +91 76400 03050
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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