• Hot Spring:- 15 Kms from Mawkyrwat and 60- Kms from Shillong at Lawblei (Jakrem) on the Shillong-Mawkyrwat road is the Hot sulphur Spring water. During winter it is a favourite picnic spot and people throng the spring. Most of them come to take bath for it is believed that the water has medicinal properties.
• Symper Rock:- 50 Kms from Shillong on the Western side of the Shillong, Mawkyrwat road stands the Symper rock which is one of the unique geological formation of the area. From the top of this rock one gets a view of the Mawkyrwat area and its surroundings. On the Northwestern part of this rock there is an open cave where stalactites are hanging over.
• Umngi River:- 18 Kms from Mawkyrwat is the famous Umngi River. It is a favourite picnic spot for the people of the area. In the middle of its course, there is small beach where picnickers usually play volleyball. It is the longest river in Mawkyrwat Sub-Division as its main source starts from Sohiong and stretches down to Umpung Lake, the most beautiful lake in the area where there are different kinds of rocks and small stones.
• Phlangjaud Cave:- 16 Kms from Mawkyrwat at Phlangja-ud, south of Rangmaw village is a beautiful cave. The stalactites hang on the ceiling of the cave and above this cave lies a vast grassland from where we can get a view of the Bangladesh plains. The distance of the cave is about 600 meters.
• Rilang View Points:- 5 Kms from Mawkyrwat at Mawranglang village there is a beautiful valley on the Nongstoin-Mawkyrwat road meandering across the river. It is a convenient picnic and angling spot.
• Tynrong Synrang Morin:- About 2 Kms from Mawkyrwat at Mawten there is a barren grassland surrounded by a unique panorama of sheer expanse in lovely openness. Inside this grassland there is an open cave surrounding this flat land
• Bombell Rock:- 3 Kms from Mawkyrwat at Mawten is a table land or highland which has a mesmerizing beauty. If one stands on this place one will get a view of the small hills, hillocks and plains surrounding it.
• Synrangbah Cave:- At Nonglang about 3 Kms from Mawkyrwat, a yawning cave is situated. The Mawkyrwat –Photjaud road passes through this cave having leveled the inner part. It is an open-Cave where people and cattle take shelter during rain and storm. Bats of all sizes reside in this cave.
• Dongnob Falls:- 8 Kms from Mawkyrwat at Photjaud there is a beautiful waterfalls. In the middle of this falls there is a cave which during winter becomes splendidly beautiful with the reflection of the sun rays.
• Synrang Sngi Rock:- 8 Kms from Mawkyrwat East of Mawten. This rock stands as time-keper rock because when the sun rays touch its face in the evening the local farmers know that the sun is going to set and its time for them to return home.
• Tynrong Manbasa:- 8 Kms from Mawkyrwat, south of Rangmaw there is a place where during good olden times people used to perform rites by worshipping this sacred stone.
• Tynnai-View –Point:- 12 Kms from Mawkyrwat is a table land, where we can get a view of the rivers and plains of Bangladesh, and the whole area of the Ri- War.
• Kyllai Lyngsngun peak:- 35 Kms from Mawkyrwat, on the Mawkyrwat Phlangdilion road is the peak covered with Palm trees and Leaves which looks like a forest and presents a spectacular view of green mountainous hills.
• Iawpaw Plateau:- 30 Kms from Mawkyrwat, is a plateau on the South West of Nongnah, one of the beautiful villages of the area. From this plateau one gets a bird’s eye view of the surrounding hills and valleys, besides the plain and rivers of Bangladesh and the Himalayas. When one looks from a distance it looks like a bed which legends say is the bed of one of the legendry greens. One this Plateau there is a cave, the longest of all caves found in Khasi Hills.
• Ranikor:- 45 Kms from Mawkyrwat Rani means’Queen’ and Ghor means ‘House.’ Formerly,it was a Winter resort of the Queen (Mahadei) of Maharam. It is close to Bangladesh Border and located the banks of the Kynshi River. Over this river is the Borba Singh (Jadukota) Bridge- the second longest suspension bridge in India. It is the best spot for angling Golden Mahseer and several other varieties of fishes..
• Gomaghat:- 5 kms from Ranikor, it is a centre of trade and commerce between Bangladesh and India. It is also a place of Muslim Pilgrimage where once in a year; the Muslim Pilgrims from Bangladesh come to perform the annual rituals. There is a three-days annual market in which all types of traditional and modern goods are sold and bought. Locally known as ‘Iew Banit,’ this is very popular among the people of the surrounding areas who flock to this market to buy the goods.