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Weather in April at Inle Lake
April is getting hotter than ever, even at dusk. The majority of April holidays are in the sun, with an annual mean of 11.2 hrs of sundown. The hottest time of the year is April. Mean temperature for 24 hrs is 33? (91?) and 19? (67?).
And, as April is the most windy of the year, you will need to take a wind jacket with you when you cruise Inle Lake on a canoe. One of the best days to visit Myanmar is April. It is really beautiful with hot temperature and little chance of precipitation.
They can circumnavigate the lake to see how the Intha earn their livelihood in the midst of sea. Thingyan and New Year, the most important holiday season of the year in Myanmar, is also held in April, and you will have the opportunity to enjoy the event of a lifetime. If you can take part, you will have the opportunity to do so.
If you think of cropland, the last thing you probably think of is a country that can swim on a lake. Inhabitants of Lake Inle, the Intha built their homes on stilt beams and made use of native ressources. Cultivating large parcels of vegetable, pumpkins and tomato on swimming fields, a mix of weed, reed and sludge that they have collected from the lake and tied with trellis canes.
You' ll be surprised by the Intha's inventiveness. Also known as the Water Festivals, the Thingyan is the most important event for the Myanmar population, a period for families to meet. The tour begins on April 13 and continues for 4 nights. Myanmar's New Year will fall on April 17, right after the Water Fest, making Thingyan plus New Year the biggest New Year.
One might think it is about tossing around waters, but it is also about other customs and different kinds of ritual. Humans purify Buddha sculptures and go to convents to worship, give money for food and drink and make sacrifices to them. Thingyan is the beginning of the actual pleasure of the event. Stage and pavilion are built, shows, concerts and dancing are staged and spectators are ready to act with the mud.
Humans are splashing rain to erase the sin and misfortune of the past year in the hopes that this will give them a sense of well being. Be prepared to get totally wet, because you' re sure to get thrown at by the crowd, especially if you're a visitor. In Myanmar they say, "I'll let you go once, you'll let me go ten times".
On the last days of the festivities, for example, fish will be released as an act of meritoriousness and to fulfil a long traditions. Shopping centres, stores and office space are shut down during the water-festivals.