While we’re talking about bridges and India, there is one area that deserves international recognition. The Meghlaya district in India features a wide array of bridges- many of them over 200 years old. What’s unique about them are the fact that they are all made of vegetation- namely wood and vines. One of the places one has to see is the Double-Decker bridge, as seen in the picture above. To learn more about them, here are a few links that will lead you to the sites talking about this unique region.
TOUR GUIDE (There are over a dozen bridges of this kind in the district): https://www.tripsavvy.com/meghalaya-living-root-bridges-1539122