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Meghalaya Tourism minister reviews tourism projects

Shillong, Oct 12 (UNI) Meghalaya Tourism Minister, Metbah Lyngdoh on Friday visited various tourist spots in Ri Bhoi district and reviewed on the ongoing projects and the facilities being provided to the tourists by the department.
The Minister was accompanied by Principal Secretary in-charge Tourism Rebecca Suchiang, Tourism Director Cyril Diengdoh, MD of MTDC R. Sohkhlet, Tourism engineers and other senior officers of the department.
Lyngdoh visited various tourist spots in the district including the Orchid Water Sports complex, Lake view resort, the conventional centre at Umïam, the Marngar Lake and the Shillong viewpoint at Ryndang briew.
At the Orchid Water Sports complex, the minister took stock of the arrangements and the facilities being provided to the tourists.
He called for maintaining cleanliness in the tourist resorts besides taking extra care to save the environment especially the water bodies.
Lyngdoh , later, in presence of opposition Congress legislator, Mayralborn Syiem, visited the Marngar lake a distance of 5kms from Nongpoh,the district headquarters of Ri-Bhoi and expressed his satisfaction with the board of management of the Marngar Eco Tourism Development society who runs the lake.
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