(Last Updated on : 13-04-2019)
Krem Liat Prah is the longest natural cave in India located in the East Jaintia Hills district
. It is one of the 150 known caves in the Shnongrim Ridge of the district. Krem is the Khasi
word for cave. It is a part of the Clouds
Expedition project; current length of this cave is 34 km, which would be increased to connect other nearby caves. The most astounding feature of Krem Liat Prah is the giant trunk passage, the Aircraft Hangar of it. Jaintia Hills
and Ntangki National Park
are the two nearby places of this cave.
Visiting Information to Krem Liat Prah
and Guwahati Railway Station
are the nearest mediums to reach this place.
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