West Khasi, Meghalaya, India
The Langshiang Falls is located near the village of Sangriang, in West Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. Langshiang Falls in Meghalaya are presumed to be the third highest waterfall in India. They are formed as a result of confluence of two streams of Kynshi river. The river splits into two and falls from a height of 1106 feet into a deep gorge in the dense forest of the West Khasi Hills. The lush green surrounding of the region is gaining popularity gradually among the tourists. Langshiang Falls is located at a approx 4km from Sangriang village, 17km from Nongstoin, 106km from Shillong, 200km from Guwahati.
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