The Peik Chin Myaung is a dripstone caves in the southern part of Wetwun, near Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar. It is only 23 km from Pyin Oo Lwin, on the Lashio highway. It was first designed by the Nepalese or Gakhar and later used by the Myanmar authorities as a touristic attraction The cavern extends over an area of 45 hectares where similarly long peppers, called Peik Chin, grew at the estuary of the cave Its story is valued at 230 million and 310 million years through the creation of calcareous rock and hills.
Anchored in the caves with many Buddhist Stupa, it is also known as Maha Nadamu Caves. In spite of the conceivable shrine room for the shrine visit, the entrance to the cavern, which is about 3 km from the town of Wutwun by street, was a staggering country lane that was not really easy to reach by taxi.