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Lake Inle is just one of the places you can visit on your tailor-made trip to Burma. BABBOO Travel offers tailor-made tours to Inle Lake and other destinations in Myanmar. Lake Inle in northern Burma (Myanmar) is one of the most popular places in Burma & Inside Burma Tours & is famous for its floating villages & breathtaking views. lnle Lake, Myanmar is untouched now, so come down. Between the dusty plains of Bagan and the mountains of Shan State lies Myanmar's water oasis Inle Lake.

Inle Lake on a journey to Burma (Myanmar)

We' ve chosen a variety of accommodations for you when you come to Inle Lake. Inle Princess Resort is a tranquil haven on the outskirts of Lake Inle. Villa Inle Resort, a small shop plot in a tranquil setting on the east shore of Lake Inle, can be accessed via the swimming pools that adorn the lake's outskirts.

Situated in the south of the lake, not far from the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, a modest estate with welcoming people. Situated on the west bank of Lake Inle. There is an exquisite lake view and a small swimmingpool.

While all rooms are neatly and comfortably furnished with the latest amenities, our favourite rooms are the Royal Villas, which have an undisturbed view of the lake, with some luxurious details such as a whirlpool area. Inexpensive, cosy accomodation for a brief sojourn by the lake. The Novotel Inle Lake Myat Min provides a fresh and up-to-date interpretation of Inle Lake's tradition of accommodations.

Sanctum Inle Resort has an outstanding position on the edge of the scenic Lake Inle and is one of the bigger surrounding area. There are 38 large and well-equipped rooms and suite, all with their own balconies and lake-view.

There are 7 activities around Inle Lake, Myanmar

Lake Inle's pristine treasures have been a haven of calm attraction for tourism for centuries (even before Myanmar opened to the outside world) and have made Lake Inle one of the most exciting travel destination in Myanmar today. But" hot" is relatively; even the beloved Inle Lake still doesn't feel like the usual touristic paths for visitors to Myanmar for the first while. Away from the infamous one-legged rowers and lake water, which seem to go on and on (especially if you take a fast ferry from Nyaungshwe, the gate to Inle Lake), the following adventure awaits you when you get off the ferry.

Usual domestic cats are widespread in Burma civilization. There is a domestic pussycat in every home in Inle Lake. There are two ways to get along with Inle Lake if you've missed Tabby at home. The Shrine is the perfect place to enjoy a full-time experience by combining a meal at the adjacent Inn at Inthar Heritageodge.

It' not as crowded with Stupa as Bagan, but Inle Lake allows you to explore Myanmar's Buddhist civilization in its own way. Start with Inle Lake's most popular church, the Hpaung Daw U Pagoda. The Ywama sanctuary contains five Buddhas of the same colour, each of which has been disguised by strata on a layer of layered ore.

Please see this report about the visit of the Hpaung Daw U Pagoda for more information. Shwe Indein Pagoda is much more impressive. There are actually two groups of stupa in the town of Shwe Indein, dating back to the eighth cent. They are both easily accessed from the 2,300 foot long roofed path that extends from a footbridge at Indein Creek to the Shwe Indein with its only gold Buddha.

Shwe Inn Thein Group looks...MORE recent: some stupa in this group have undergone a somewhat overzealous restauration that will remove any historic trace. Min, my guest at Thahara Inle Vintage, is recommending this adventure only for those who stay more than three nigh. One hundred "sunken stupas" are almost all that is left of this town, which has now sunk into the water of the lake.

From Nyaungshwe to Red Mountain Estate, don't miss the cycling path: a delightful 2-mile trip that takes you slowly up the hill until you arrive at a vineyard in the middle of the Inle Lake area. Enjoy kayaking along the Inle Lake waters and watch those who do what they do.

The Inle inhabitants of the village like to use paddle home from their schools and paddle back to the markets. You will see groups of children going to schools by canoe without being supervised by an adult. 2. When you want to buy a gift in the surrounding towns (read about Myanmar Kyat), your bosun will be glad to help you: you will be brought to artisan towns like Ywama (for silver), In-phaw-kon for a linen-like towel made of lotsus fibres and Nam-Pan for your cigar, knife and art.

Every city usually organizes a fair every five days: In Ywama, for example, the fair is held in a square in front of the Hpaung Daw U Pagoda.

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