1. Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

A village celebrated for its untaintedness and remarkable sanitation, wholly justifying its appellation ‘Cleanest village in Asia’.
Bamboo bins, squeaky clean roads and a living roots bridge are a few of its many highlights.
  Mawlynnong

2. Chembra Peak, Western Ghats

It is the highest peak(2,100m) in Wayanad district, Kerala. En route to the Chembra peak is a heart-shaped lake that supposedly never dries up. The peak is ideal for trekking and the lake serves as a major tourist hotspot.
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Lake en route to the top of Chembra Peak.

3. Phuktal Monastery, Jammu & Kashmir

The cliff-side monastery built right underneath a cave enterance paints a rather daunting, yet a sublime sight. Honeycombed with dwellings, it houses over 70 Buddhist monks.
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4. Phawngpui, Mizoram

Famed as the ‘Blue Mountain’, Phawngpui is the highest mountain peak in the Lushai hills in Mizoram. It undeniably caters to the eyeball with its unparalleled and scenic beauty.
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Blue Mountain

5. Chakrata, Uttarakhand

Cushioned from the outside world, Chakrata is a secluded hill station, a stone’s throw away from Dehradun. Cascading waterfalls, especially the Tiger falls (having an elevation of 312ft) make this serene locale worth exploring.
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View from Deoban of Chakrata