Guwahati: Meghalaya reopens for tourism on Dec 21 : Meghalaya has re-opened for tourists on Monday after remaining closed for almost nine months due to COVID-19 outbreak.
Travelers, however, will have to adhere to a host of guidelines and health protocols to visit the ‘land of Clouds’.
As the state has re-opened tourism, tourists have already thronged the place.
Meghalaya reopens for tourism on Dec 21, Meanwhile, the Umling Facilitation Centre at Ribhoi district was also inaugurated by deputy chief minister P Tynsong, minister H Dohling and other dignitaries.
Taking to Twitter, chief minister Conrad Sangma wrote: “The Umling Facilitation Centre at #RiBhoi District was inaugurated today by Hon’ble Deputy CM, Sh. P. Tynsong, Hon’ble Minister Sh. H. Dohling, Hon’ble MLAs and officials. #Meghalaya reopens for #Tourism today & our tourists have already checked in the Centre.”
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