Category: Inle Lake

While almost as popular with visitors as Bagan, Inle Lake is a very different kind of attraction – one where tourists are obliged to kick up their heels, relax and enjoy the scenery. The lake, which is nestled into the Shan plateau, is the second largest natural in Myanmar and more than 1300 meters above sea level.
Best known for its floating gardens and iconic ethnic Intha boatmen, Inle Lake offers visitors boating tours of the villages out on the water, as well as the silver and goldsmiths, and weavers who live and work there. Visitors can choose to stay in hotels on the water, in the township of Nyaung Shwe or around the edges of the lake.

Phaungdawoo pagoda

Phaungdawoo Festival, Inle Lake,

Interested in discovering colorful and unique festivals around the world or especially is eager to find out more Burmese people and culture, Phaungdawoo Festival will be listed in one of the most festive festival in Myanmar, absolutely is one of…

Tasting win and see the breathtaking sunset in Red Mountain Vineyard

Top 4 Things to Do in Inle Lake

When it comes to Inle Lake, – the second largest lake in Myanmar, not only Burmese people but also international tourists will probably think about trips or excursions in which they can have a precious opportunity to commune completely with…

Sunset over Inle Lake

Leg Rowing Fishermen – the Symbol of Inle Lake

The fishermen, the most iconic representative of the fascinating Myanmar culture, the unique method of one-legged rowing, are a must see on your trip to Inle Lake, the second largest freshwater lake in Myanmar, located at a height of about…