Shillong: The Newly Opened Mattilang Amusement Park Becomes A New Tourist Favourite

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Shilong's newly opened Mattliang Amusement Park has become a new favourite of the tourists visiting the state. The park has an enchanting green landscape

Written By Misha Bhatt | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The enchanting scenic green beauty in the state of Meghalaya has always attracted a lot of tourists towards the state. One such tourist destination that has been successful in attracting tourists from all over is the Mattilang amusement park located in Upper Shillong.

The amusement park, which lies at the center of the city, is surrounded by lush green landscapes and mountains. The park also offers an enchanting view of the Elephant Falls. National and foreign tourists visit the place in large numbers to admire and view the beauty of the site. Priya Sunar, a visitor, said, "This place is beautiful and the atmosphere is also very good. Everyone should definitely visit the place."

The premise and the greenery of the amusement park are well-maintained by the locals. Littering of plastic is strictly prohibited in the park. The waterfalls at the center of the park add a unique touch to the beauty of the place. "It is an amazing feeling to be in the park. I have visited Shillong earlier, but I had never come here before," said a visitor.

The amusement park was established by a religious self-help group of the area and was developed on the other side of the Elephant Falls. The park also plays the role of a new tourist destination to Meghalaya's tourism industry that is believed to contribute majorly to the economic development of the state.

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(With inputs from ANI)

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