This is something you call Nature's beauty. A double decker living root bridge.
The strange part was my driver didn't know about it, my hotel staff didn't know about it and not a lot of tourist who visit here. Everyone will tell you that the living root bridge is in Mawlynnong. The one in mawlynnong is a single bridge. But if you do not have good stamina, you should probably visit Mawlynnong's bridge.
To get to the double decker bridge, you have to climb DOWN more than 3000 steps. So the easy part is the on journey where you'll keep wondering how difficult would be the return journey. Even though the destination was in mind, I really enjoyed the trek. Untouched nature, everything was gigantic, the leaves, spider webs, insects.
Travel light. Go slow. Keep a lot of time with you, so you should start early. Carry eatables. I went there in peak winters but as I approached the bridge I really felt hot. I couldn't even tolerate a single woolen thing. So you can even reduce the woolen's weight.
You don't really need a guide, there are enough sign boards. After about a 1000 steps, there's small village. If you take left from here, you will reach the double decker bridge but if you take right, you can see another single decker bridge. The single decker is not far from the village. Its really long bridge and I guess no one visits there.
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