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One of Myanmar's most important touristic sites is this huge, beautiful waterfall, 900 meters above sealevel. It is 22 km long and 10 km wide and has about 150,000 inhabitants, many of whom are living on swimming islets. Inhabitants of Inlay Lakes, naturally and uncontaminated, are renowned for its beautiful landscape and the rare breeding of the Inthas, the indigenous lakes.
If you are flying from Yangon to Heho, the closest airfield to the sea, is the most comfortable way. The drive by the Shan Plateau along the curvy upward leading street is the closest stop to the sea interesting. Situated at the entrance to Inlay lake, Nayung-shwe has recently constructed cottages with state-of-the-art lakefront amenities and state-of-the-art inns.
It is the biggest lake town and its roads are a network of channels. A number of nice tree-timber buildings have been erected on large piles of wood that have been floated into the lake floor.
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Maps of Myanmar (also known as Burma) of the most important travel destination. A divine backward, gorgeous land with soothing countryside of paddy paddies and palms littered with golden and pure whites, populated by tranquil, welcoming, unyielding Myanmar people. There is good eating, good and cool beers, low fares and crimes of all kinds (except those of the authorities) are very, very seldom.
Burma (Myanmar) Traveling | Stray Asia
Just recently opened to the public, the moment has come to explore Myanmar (Burma) as it embarks on a new age of greeting nosy travelers to enjoy its unmistakable civilization and breathtakingly varied scenery. Anticipate cheerful, nosy and modest Buddhists who live between antique shrines and the remains of colonial Britain, or journey to isolated mountain towns to get a foretaste of a country relatively unspoilt by tourists.
Take part in a small group led adventurous trip through the sparkling palagodas, old churches and busy city. Cross the jagged jungles and hike to secluded mountain towns to get an impression of a country still relatively unspoilt by tourists. Explore Myanmar in its real glory before it's too late! It' a must see!