This well-maintained museum is a fabulous repository of innumerable tribal artefacts interspersed with galleries on Christian missionary work. Compulsory tours depart on the half-hour and last over an hour. Sights i…
The central landscaping element of colonial-era Shillong, this attractive lake has a pretty ornamental bridge, flower beds, coy courting couples, boating facilities and gaggles of geese. Walk 15 minutes northeast of…
The memorably named Wankhar Entomology Museum is a remarkable one-room display of pinned butterflies, gruesome rhinoceros beetles and incredible stick-insects in the home of the original collector.
The 1902 All Saints’ Cathedral would look perfect pictured on a biscuit tin.
Centrally located Pinewood Hotel is a 1920s tea-growers retreat, which is particularly representative of colonial-era architecture and looks great at night.
The Anglican Church, perched above Police Bazaar, is a graceful structure fronted by pretty lawns.
Walk 15 minutes northeast of Ward’s Lake to visit the rolling meadows of Shillong Golf Course, bordered by pine trees and fronted by a pretty clubhouse.