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Attractions to explore near Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Arwah Lumshynna Cave
Arwah Lumshynna CaveCherrapunjee, Meghalaya 793108, India

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A huge cave surrounded by the thick forest. The cave is known for its fossil formations, limestone structures, and stalagmite and stalactite formations which are believed to be millions of years old. It houses many narrow passages and chambers, as well as a stream that flows inside the cave.

Nearby Attractions

Wah-kaba Falls
Wah-kaba Falls1.29 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

The waterfall descends from a steep rockface and drops approximately 170-190 metres into a gorge. There is a local legend that two fairies live at the falls.

Double Root Bridge
Double Root Bridge7.70 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Root bridges are handmade from the aerial roots of rubber fig trees (Ficus elastica) by the Khasi and Jaintia peoples of the mountainous terrain along the southern part of the Shillong Plateau. They take around fifteen years to fully develop. While most of the living root bridges are single decked, this one here is special- with two decks.

Root Bridge
Root Bridge20.13 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Living root bridges are a form of tree shaping common in the southern part of the Northeast Indian state of Meghalaya. They are handmade from the aerial roots of rubber fig trees

Elephant Falls
Elephant Falls28.08 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Dramatic, multi-tiered waterfalls in picturesque surrounds, with an easy walking trail and stairs. The local Khasi people called it Ka Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohsiew (or “Three Steps Waterfalls”). The British renamed the falls because there used to be a rock resembling an elephant near the left side of the main falls (which I think was the bottommost one). However, that rock was destroyed in an earthquake back in 1897.

Air Force Museum
Air Force Museum28.21 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

The museum offers its visitors an insight into the history of the Indian Air Force and its events, especially during the Indo - Pak War of 1971. Among other things, the museum provides information on the history of planes and aircraft, models of aircrafts, the world's oldest airport, and the Wright brothers’ memorial.

Shillong View Point
Shillong View Point31.31 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Mountaintop with observation towers offering views of the sweeping vistas of Shillong City.

Lady Hydari Park
Lady Hydari Park33.45 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Scenic, manicured green space with flowering gardens, a lake, and a small zoo.

Cathedral of Mary Help of Christians
Cathedral of Mary Help of Christians34.15 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

A unique feature of the Cathedral Church building is that it stands on sand. The type of foundation was recommended since the region, where Shillong is located, is prone to severe earthquakes. At the time of building the foundation, trenches were cut from rock and half-filled with sand. The structure has no direct connection with the rock. Theoretically, the Church building, in times of earthquakes, can rock safely on the shock-absorbing sand which is supposed to reduce the earthquake's effects.

Ward's Lake
Ward's Lake34.63 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

One of the most popular attractions of Shillong, Ward’s lake is a must-visit place when in this pristine north-eastern city. Also known as Pollock’s Lake, this artificial water body is encircled by an extensive lush garden and lies in the middle of the city. Take a walk around this horse-shoe shaped lake on the cobble-stone path or simply admire the colorful floral beds in the garden. It is equally popular amidst locals, family vacationers and honeymooning couples, as a picnic spot.

Shillong Golf Course
Shillong Golf Course35.83 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Shillong Golf Course, located in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya, is one of the oldest, biggest and finest natural golf circuits around the world. It is situated in a mesmerizing beautiful vale that is surrounded with thick pine and rhododendron forestation.

Umiam Lake
Umiam Lake44.71 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Also known as Barapani. One of the most popular tourist attractions in Ri bhoi district. offers watersports facilities including sailing, water skiing, water scooter, etc. This lake was created by damming the umiam river in the early 1960s.

Kshaid Langshiang
Kshaid Langshiang52.56 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

This is a waterfall located in the West Khasi hills district. The total height of the falls is generally quoted at around 337 metres.Considering the height to be correct, it is the 3rd highest waterfalls in India.

Ialong Park
Ialong Park55.74 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

It is known for its sacred grove and for its setting which overlooks the beautiful Pynthorwah Valley. Through the Special DRDA Tourism Project, the District Administration have taken a step to beautify the park by creating infrastructure such as water dams and canals, toilet facilities with changing rooms, hoardings, jungle clearance which has attracted tourist far and wide. A water eco-park is also taking shape with an intention to change Ialong into a major Tourism Hub of the District.

Nartiang Monoliths
Nartiang Monoliths57.85 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Monoliths exist throughout the length and breadth of the Khasi and Jaintia Hills. However, the biggest collection of monoliths or Megalithic stones in one single area is to be found north of the Nartiang market. These consists of Menhirs (Upright stones) Moo Shynrang and Dolmens (flat stones in the horizontal position) locally known as Moo Kynthai.

Chandubi lake
Chandubi lake71.44 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Chandubi lake is a natural lake located in Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council, Kamrup District, Assam at a distance of 64 kilometers from the city of Guwahati. The lake is located at the foot of Garo hills surrounded by Assam and Meghalaya. The area is covered by deep forest, and small villages. It is a natural sightseeing and picnic spot.

Balpakram National Park
Balpakram National Park86.77 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Balpakram National Park is a national park in the south of Garo Hills in Meghalaya, Balpakram National Park is a national park in the south of Garo Hills in Meghalaya,

Basistha Mandir
Basistha Mandir88.58 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Basistha Temple, also known as Vasistha Temple, is located in Beltola, a town located in the outskirts of central Guwahati city, Assam. This temple was built in 1764 AD by Ahom King, Rajeswar Singha. This temple is located within the Basistha Ashram which showcases the history of the Vedic age. Bahini River, also known as Bharalu River and Basistha River flow through the ashram and the temple, it was named after Saint Basistha. There is a waterfall and a meditation cave nearby.

Regional Science Centre
Regional Science Centre91.78 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Established in the year 1994, Regional Science Museum is located in Khanapara, Guwahati. It is one of the many educational institutes in the state and was built to promote, enlighten, and educate people about prehistoric times and science and technology. Interactive exhibits and activity driven science education is what people come here for. One of the most famous tourist attractions in the state of Assam, it is visited by not only kids but anybody who has an aptitude for learning.

Dipor Bil
Dipor Bil92.54 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

It is a permanent freshwater lake, in a former channel of the Brahmaputra River, to the south of the main river. It is also called a wetland under the Ramsar Convention which has listed the lake in November 2002, as a Ramsar Site for undertaking conservation measures on the basis of its biological and environmental importance. Considered as one of the largest beels in the Brahmaputra valley of Lower Assam.

Umananda Temple
Umananda Temple92.70 KMs away from Arwah Lumshynna Cave

Umananda Temple is located on Peacock Island that lies on the mighty Brahmaputra River. This serene place of worship is named after and dedicated to Lord Shiva. The name 'Umananda' comes from the two Hindi words, namely 'Uma', which was another name for Lord Shiva’s wife and 'Ananda' which means happiness. In fact, Peacock Island is one of the smallest inhabited island and possibly one of the most beautiful too.