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Weather at Inle Lake
The weather: Although there is still a large variation in weather between sun and moon, March is much hotter than February. One of the hottest seasons of the year is March. Mean daily and overnight weather conditions are 31? (88?) and 16? (60?).
One of the most windy seasons of the year since March, when you take a boating trip, we recommend that you wear a windcheater or a thin coat. Alternatively, the best way to Inle Lake is by air. However, an hour's journey from the Aiport to the lake is not over yet.
A break after checking into a seaside resorts would be a good notion. It is the ideal season for the outdoors. Such as a boating trip, watching the island's inhabitants fishing, or cycling around the city to spend Myanmar's holiday with the natives, will give you a rewarding experience at Lake Inle.
The most beautiful resort is on the lake or lake shore, in the Nyaung Shwe area, a peaceful area where you can unwind. There is a great view of the lake and the breathtaking sundowns. An Inle Resort, for example, is a good place for you to find some free board.
As many other resort it has a good lake vist. The Inle Resort will be well deserved with its quiet setting, a little off the beaten track and away from the noises of the roads and boating, its beautifully landscaped gardens and its massage area.
Intha is the name of the inhabitants of Lake Inle, which in Burmese means "sons of the lake". Fisherman are standing on one foot at the back of their boats and using the other foot to rowing so that they have both arms free to throw their net and to see more clearly the position of the fishs under the reed and seaweed.
At Lake Inle many unfamiliar sights are still waiting for you. Riding a bicycle through the city is a great way to get an idea of the life of the locals. Farmers' Day is on March 2. The full moon of Tabaung will fall on March 12 according to the Myanmar calender.
Again humans stream to a pagoda to present sacrifices and make merits. While cycling the roads or in the nearby Inle Lake towns, you will encounter various minority groups in costumes to remember the celebration.