The nature filled golden city, with its wonderful blend of golden pagodas and British colonial architecture.
A city well known for inhabiting over four million pagodas and is considered one of the richest archaeological sites in Asia.
Burma’s last royal capital, home to traditional craft workshops, traditional theatres, and near ancient cities.
A town that exerts colonial atmosphere and offers exciting trekking trips to Inle and Samkar Lake.
Known for the unspoiled beauty of the Pindaya cave, paper umbrella cottage industry and tea plantations.
It’s a central point for travellers and an important trading hub for the Inle Lake area.
One-leg rowers, floating gardens, local methods of fishing and village life.
Scenic beauty filled with 2000 stupas at Kekku and Burmese wine.
Well known for its picturesque beauty and many colorful ethnic tribes.