Lake Inle Attractions
Nyaung Shwe is a small town at the northern end of the Inle Lake. Located at the north end of the lake, the town was once the capital of an important Shan kingdom (the former palace of the saophas, or sky princes, who ruled here is now a museum). Nyaung Shwe is where you will find the best budget and mid-range of accommodation and the most vibrant town atmosphere in the Inle Lake area, with a number of restaurants and...
Ywarma village, otherwise called Heya Ywarma, is situated on the western side of Inle Lake, Shan State, Myanmar. The town is most effectively open by vessel from the town of Nyaung Shwe on the north side of the lake. Almost every one of the homes and structures are developed on heaps crashed into the lake bed. Inhabitants go around by kayak, yet there are additionally various bamboo walkways and connects over the channels running all through. All things considered, there...
The Kakku relic pagoda of the southern Shan state, which only recently has become one of the most visited places in the Shan State. It is situated near Mway Taw Village, Kakku village tract, Taunggyi township, under the administration of special region 6, About 25 KM away from Taunggyi, the Capital of Shan...
The main pagoda in the Inle lake is called as "Phaung Daw Oo" Pagoda. There are five small Buddha images all covered with gold and difficult to make out the figures. There is an annual festival around...
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