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Siddan & Hai Sin caverns (Hpa An)
The Saddan Cave is a well-known sanctuary south-east of Hpa An in the state of Kayin. Shark Sin is a smaller cave in the neighboring hills. The name Saddan means Royal Elephant and at the foot of the stairs to the cave there are 2 elephant stones. Stairs from here take you up to the cave's corridor, which is more or less a one-way corridor with a brief side corridor almost halfway along.
On the right side there is a cave drive through the mound, which is passable by boat. A walk across the field of padis takes you to Haisin Gu (Tuskless Elephant Cave). There is a muddy hillside leading up to the cave, which is more or less a unique place with a beautiful stable.
Saddan is the longest known cave in the state of Kayin at 800m and the fifth longest in Myanmar. Sharkin is 300m away. Pictures of Saddan Cave: More pictures of Saddan Cave and Shark Cave.
S' gaw Karen (????, Burmese: ????????????, pronounced[ ?à? mjo?] also called Pa-An) is the capitol of Kayin State (also known as Karen State), Myanmar (Burma). From the 2014 count, the number of inhabitants of Hpa-An will be 421,575. The majority of the Hpa-An are Karen nationalities. Hpa An has a tropic moon climatic (Köppen-Klimaklasse Am).
The temperature is very hot all year round, although the highest temperature during the rainy and cloudy seasons is somewhat subdued. It has a wintry arid period (November-April) and a rainy period in spring and autumn (May-October). The Hpa-An is connected by plane with Yangon, Mawlamyine and Hpapun. We also have Hpa-An to Yangon, Mawlamyine, Myawaddy and other cities.
Twiggabin United FC was established in 2010 and is headquartered in Hpa-An.