The Khasi Hills are a low mountain chain in the state of Meghalaya in northeastern India. The hills form the northern edge of the Shillong Plateau, which covers much of the state. The highest peak of the Khasi Hills is Lum Shyllong, which has a maximum elevation of just under 2k meters above sea level (about 6.5k ft.). The area is considered part of the Meghalaya subtropical forests ecoregion. In this drone video by new AirVuz contributor fdphy, you'll get a bird's eye view of the western Khasi Hills.