Inle Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes of South East Asia. Lush, green and fertile, remote Inle Lake is a picture of rural tranquility. As it lying 875 km above sea level at Shan State. You can reach there by flight to Heho airport. The lake is nearly 100 km north to South but only 5 km wide and there are more than 200 villages on or around it, surrounding a population of about 150,000 and most is Intha People. Sagar (Sankar) the second lake: you can observe of local rice mill factory, making bullock cart wheels. Pristine culture and traditional life-style of the ethnic groups of Pa-O and Intha inhabited around Sankar.
Inle Lake And Surrounding
Pindaya is situated at 1164-m above sea level and is 40-km from Kalaw. Its famous for its extensive limestone caves which overlooking the Pindaya Lake and Shwe U Min Paya which is full of Buddha images of about 8000 and picturesque Boutaloke Lake. Pindaya. There are many big banyan trees lined up at the base of the Pindaya hill, Hgnatpyawtaw, a Danu village is at the end of these trees and it is most attraction of visitors.
Kalaw welcome you with cool breeze in every season. It’s located 70 km west of Taungyi, about halfway along the Thazi-Taungyi road and sits at 1,300 meters elevation. There are many hiking trails amid gnarled pines and bamboo groves. Palaung Tribe Village is famous for trekking. At first a steep track leads down into a narrow valley where the Palaung cultivate cheroot, tea, damsons and mangoes on the hill.
Taunggyi is a capital of Shan State in Myanmar. You can stroll over the morning markets visit famous Kakku pagoda. Which is passing through Taunggyi (about 1.45 hour drive) hidden for 16 centuries in the wooded hills. Pa O legends say there are 7,622 pagodas almost all decorated with floral designs.
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|No 433, Lower Pazundaung Road, Yangon, Myanmar (Burma).|
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