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... and more. In weather this is the perfect time to visit the whole country (but bring warm clothing for Inle Lake and higher areas).

Helpful hints for travelling around Inle Lake

Allow me to tell you about one of the most important touristic places in Myanmar. It' Inle lake. It is the second biggest of the lakes, 22 km long and 10 km long (it is only about 14 mile long and 7 mile wide). Inle may be a little chilly in comparison to other places in Myanmar because of its position.

In Inle you will find various ethnical minority groups with a uniquely colourful and lovely cultur. Locations around Inle are Taunggyi, NyaungShwe, Kakku, Heho, Kalaw and Pindaya. Arrival to the Inle-See - The simplest way to the Inle-See (and the most comfortable) is by air. Heho is the nearest international airfield, which is a 1 hours cab drive from the sea itself (if you walk down the street from the airfield towards the motorway, the indicated prices should fall, if not, try your luck to call a cab or come by on the motorway itself).

You can often make savings on your return by reserving a collective taxis through your hotels or one of the many local tourist agencies. Climate- The climate in Lake Inle can be described as monsoonical, as it is rained an annual mean of 1,370 mm and the wetest season is between May and September.

But it rains more in the Shan Plateau during the drought than anywhere else in Myanmar. All year round the sea area has a cold weather, but in January and February it gets almost cold in the early morning and evening hours. This is the table of mean temperature and precipitation for Inle.

Inhabitants and life culture - The inhabitants of this area, around 70,000 of them, are living in four towns adjacent to the city. Approximately 18 small towns are located on the banks of the lakeside and on the shore of the sea, which is mainly inhabited by the Intha. Their name is "Intha", which means something like humans at Inwesee.

The majority of the towns lie on piers, which are enclosed by waters, and some towns swim above them. All of the sea area is located in the Nyaung Shwe Township. There' s an entrance charge of $5 per capita to the see, but it increases by $10 (from Oct. 1, 2013), which is levied by the state. Boating - The most favourite way to get around Inle is by taking a cruise around the lakes.

There is a capacity of 5 people on one vessel, which you can exchange with others. In order to rent the vessel at the jetty, it can be less expensive and more versatile, only the upper half of the sea (~10000 keat for half days trip, ~12000 keat for half days trip + swimming market) or also the southern part of the sea (recommended!) (~15000 keat).

Please be aware that this is very reasonable compared to other boating tours, as boaters get good commission for everything you buy in the many stores you do. When you want to be on the water for more and less buying, you should tell the boatman clearly.

There was no way to find a 16,000-k yat full moontrip. When you have 4 to 5 persons on the kayak, they get the prize of 4,000 kyats per persons - just ask for an umbrella/sunshade, it gets really warm! The Leg Rowers are one of Inle Lake's major features.

You can find fishers who have a singular kick oar riding technique, swimming yards, swimming bazaars, swimming isles, about a hundred buddhistic convents and many palagodas across the Inle Sea. Rent a sailboat and walk around the lakeside and visit many towns in the lakeside as well as the renowned swimming bazaars and the swimming PhaungDawOo Pagoda.

The Indein Market, which takes place every 5 nights in various towns around Lake Inle, attracts tens of thousand of people, among them Pa-O, Intha and Padauang. Best times to travel are September and October. The celebration takes place between the end of September and the beginning of October with the renowned races of Inthas.

Thadingyut follows the PhaungDawOo festivals, another of Myanmar's most famous festivals. You' ll also have the chance to see NgaHpeChaung, which is known as the Jumping Cat Cloister. In the open sea lies a convent with 157 years of tradition. Bicycle tours - Cycling along the lakeside you will see many cloisters, lookouts, towns and beautiful acres.

About halfway around the pond we decided to take a trip by kayak across the pond and end the bend back into the city. It is also no longer a challenge to load the bikes on the ship. They can go to the lakes and the vineyards. There is a large wine cellar by the lakeside, about 30 minute bicycle drive from the city, known as Red Mountain Estate.

Walking - If you like the notion of walking to Burma on your vacation, Lake Inle is a great place to be. You want to rent a yacht, go straight to the docks and make a deal. There is a charge of 12$ ~ 20$ for 1 full days, up to 8 persons can get on 1 one.

Myanmar's weather is excessively scorching. Please be sure to wear comfortable clothing, as the trip by skipper means that the winds blow and it gets cooler. Cartels and coats are a must if travelers are planning a trip in January and February. Purchase a few pretzel pouches before going to the lakes. Shoes are not permitted in the pagoda, monastery and house, so shoes that are easily removable are a convenient option.

Ref:http://wikitravel. org, http://www.travelbite.co. ukLettez-moi de vous parler de l'une des principales touristiques du Myanmar. It' Inle lake. It is the second biggest of the lakes, 22 km long and 10 km long (it is only about 14 mile long and 7 mile wide). Inle may be a little chilly in comparison to other places in Myanmar because of its position.

In Inle you will find various ethnical minority groups with a uniquely colourful and lovely cultur. Locations around Inle are Taunggyi, NyaungShwe, Kakku, Heho, Kalaw and Pindaya. Arrival to the Inle-See - The simplest way to the Inle-See (and the most comfortable) is by air. Heho is the nearest international airfield, which is a 1 hours cab drive from the sea itself (if you walk down the street from the airfield towards the motorway, the indicated prices should fall, if not, try your luck to call a cab or come by on the motorway itself).

You can often make savings on your return by reserving a collective taxis through your hotels or one of the many local tourist agencies. Climate- The climate in Lake Inle can be described as monsoonical, as it is rained an annual mean of 1,370 mm and the wetest season is between May and September.

But it rains more in the Shan Plateau during the drought than anywhere else in Myanmar. All year round the sea area has a cold weather, but in January and February it gets almost cold in the early morning and evening hours. This is the table of mean temperature and precipitation for Inle.

Inhabitants and life culture - The inhabitants of this area, around 70,000 of them, are living in four towns adjacent to the city. Approximately 18 small towns are located on the banks of the lakeside and on the shore of the sea, which is mainly inhabited by the Intha. Their name is "Intha", which means something like humans at Inwesee.

The majority of the towns lie on piers, which are enclosed by waters, and some towns swim above them. All of the sea area is located in the Nyaung Shwe Township. There' s an entrance charge of $5 per capita to the see, but it increases by $10 (from Oct. 1, 2013), which is levied by the state. Boating - The most favourite way to get around Inle is by taking a cruise around the lakes.

There is a capacity of 5 people on one vessel, which you can exchange with others. In order to rent the vessel at the jetty, it can be less expensive and more versatile, only the upper half of the sea (~10000 keat for half days trip, ~12000 keat for half days trip + swimming market) or also the southern part of the sea (recommended!) (~15000 keat).

Please be aware that this is very reasonable compared to other boating tours, as boaters get good commission for everything you buy in the many stores you do. When you want to be on the water for more and less buying, you should tell the boatman clearly.

There was no way to find a 16,000-k yat full moontrip. When you have 4 to 5 persons on the kayak, they get the prize of 4,000 kyats per persons - just ask for an umbrella/sunshade, it gets really warm! The Leg Rowers are one of Inle Lake's major features.

You can find fishers who have a singular kick oar riding technique, swimming yards, swimming bazaars, swimming isles, about a hundred buddhistic convents and many palagodas across the Inle Sea. Rent a sailboat and circumnavigate the beautiful lakeside and visit many towns in the area, the renowned swimming bazaars and the swimming PhaungDawOo Pagoda.

The Indein Market, which takes place every 5 nights in various towns around Lake Inle, attracts tens of thousand of people, among them Pa-O, Intha and Padauang. Best times to travel are September and October. The celebration takes place between the end of September and the beginning of October with the renowned races of Inthas.

Thadingyut follows the PhaungDawOo festivals, another of Myanmar's most famous festivals. You' ll also have the chance to see NgaHpeChaung, which is known as the Jumping Cat Cloister. In the open sea lies a convent with 157 years of tradition. Bicycle tours - Cycling along the lakeside you will see many cloisters, lookouts, towns and beautiful acres.

About halfway around the pond we decided to take a trip by kayak across the pond and end the bend back into the city. It is also no longer a challenge to load the bikes on the ship. They can go to the lakes and the vineyards. There is a large wine cellar by the lakeside, about 30 minute bicycle drive from the city, known as Red Mountain Estate.

Walking - If you like the notion of walking to Burma on your vacation, Lake Inle is a great place to be. You want to rent a yacht, go straight to the docks and make a deal. There is a charge of 12$ ~ 20$ for 1 full days, up to 8 persons can get on 1 one.

Myanmar's weather is excessively scorching. Please be sure to wear comfortable clothing, as the trip by skipper means that the winds blow and it gets cooler. Cartels and coats are a must if travelers are planning a trip in January and February. Purchase a few pretzel pouches before going to the lakes. Shoes are not permitted in the pagoda, monastery and house, so shoes that are easily removable are a convenient option.

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