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Monday, December 27, 2010

Duwan Sing Syiem View Point, Sohra Circuit, Meghalaya, North East India

The Sohra circuit of Meghalaya is known for its waterfalls, caves and view points. One of the more famous view points in this district is the Duwan Sing Syiem view point.


You can find this view point right after an old bridge on the road that connects Cherrapunji to Shillong. The wavy green hills and valleys, the dense forests, the meandering river and the clear blue skies make this view point a spectacular setting.

 
There are a couple of ways to enjoy this scenic setting. One can either see this right from the road or can take the flight of steps and a short dirt trail to reach the other end.


Both points provide picturesque views of the valley. Such is the beauty of this place that all photos look top class.



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