Inle Lake

Inle Lake, located in the heart of Shan State and surrounded by two mountain ranges, is one of the highest lakes with an elevation of 900 meters. It is the second largest freshwater lake of Myanmar. With regards to weather comparison between Inle Lake and others places in Myanmar, the air is a bit cooler and drier. The best time to visit Inle is from September to October, when the Festivals of Ceremonial Hpaung Daw U or Thadingyut held. It ranks in top five of most visited attractions in Myanmar. In Inle Lake, you are closest to beautiful and picturesque scenery of floating vegetable and flower gardens, colorful floating daily market. In addition, it can be organized trips to visit some of the ethnic villages alongside the lake and the visitors will get the sincere experience with locals. Another great reason why Inle Lake attracts tourists is the sacred land of ancient pagodas. The most magnificent pagodas found here are Phaungdawoo Pagoda, Shwe Indein Pagoda and Alodaw Pauk Pagoda… All are make your vacation in Myanmar is worthwhile and memorable.