1. Take a tour to Inle Lake
Have you ever heard of one leg rowing in Inle Lake? Come here and you will find more than a visit. Gliding over the waterway by the skinny wooden boats to contemplate the tranquil beauty of floating gardens and villages! Kayaking on Inle Lake lets you discover the majestic sights . You also have chances to contact with locals and know more about their simple daily life. The unique method of agriculture on the water is an exclusive aspect of life over generations. The tranquil even romantic beauty of Inle Lake conquers my desires of discovering the new places in my life.
One-leg rowing on Inle Lake
2. Visit Monastery
Of course, Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery, often called as Jumping Cat Monastery is always the first choice for a monastery tour in Inle Lake. Here you can see the monks, the trainers hold the hoop over the cat’s head and then he jumps straight up through this hoop. you will be surprised by the sacred but friendly atmosphere in Nga Phe Kyuang.
3. Winery tour
Welcome a beautiful morning at the Red Mountain Estate, one among the best Myanmar destinations. The splendid sunrise over the vineyard and rows of lush grapes and green grass is like a wonderful picture of peaceful countryside. You also indulge into the unique taste of wine collection.
4. Discover surrounding villages
Take time to visit a series of stilt houses in Inpawkhon, especially Ko Than Hlaing Silk and Lotus Weaving Workshop. You have chances to observe how locals weaving from lotuses and silk then looming into fabric. While working, they are warmly welcome you and talk to you in a friendly way. You can buy some silk scarves as a souvenir for your friends and families.
A women is weaving in Ko Than Hlaing Silk Village
5. Try local foods
You “have to” try one of some traditional delicious meals of Shan people such as Shan style “tofu” noodles, Shan style rice, Shan tea and mohinga – fish noodle soup. Besides, the Western cuisines are always available to satisfy all your tastes in your Myanmar vacations.
Mohinga - fish noodle soup of Shan people