Captivated by colorful arts in Shan state
Welcome to the largest state of Myanmar - Shan State, which is named after the majority ethnic group of Shan people.
For first -time visitors, don’t miss the chance to check out a local workhop in Pindaya where skillful locals made many things by hand, including the glorious Burmese parasol (a traditional umbrella made from bamboo and Shan paper). You can get close, chat and learn the manufaturing process that locals put all their hearts and souls into, and get some impressive ones back home as your Myanmar vacation memory. Continuing the trip, we will visit Shwe Yan Pyay Monastery - an old architecture made entirely from wood highlighted by unique oval-shape windows. When all the wood and the sunlight sneaking through the gaps blend into one scene, it is time to turn on camera and snap the best photo of the day.
Tours with this experience
Take the exciting trip to discover the Mighty Mekong River and the local life and residents
Enjoy the peacefulness and tranquility of Hoian Ancient Port Town and Hue Ancient Capital
Take an overnight cruise program to explore Halong Bay with over 3,000 islands
Visit bustling cities like Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi
Explore a variety of grand Burmese Buddhist temples and pagodas in Yangon and Bagan
Be deep in the fresh atmosphere of the Inle Lake Have a plenty of unforgettable memories with the local residents in Myanmar who are living in a harmony with nature
Upward the western of Shan state is the pictureque Inle Lake – the Venice of Myanmar. Stepping off Nyaung Shwe marina, you will take a motorized boat to navigate through stilt villages, floating garderns and meet locals who spend their entire lives on the water. Passing Ywa Ma village and Kay...
Apart from the boat trip, there is no better way than a thrilling bicycle tour to experience Inle Lake and hidden surroundings from another angle. A stop at Intha village Kaung Daing and soaking time in hot spring or discovering the local food processing work: manufacture peanut oil, whip up mango fruit leather, and dry sunflower seeds &...
Located only 07 km far from Inle Lake, Red Mountain Vineyard is absolutly worth a visit, especially in the afternoon. Getting to this lovely attraction, you could learn how decent wine is made from locally grown grapes in Burma. Moreover, at the end of your trip, sitting around the winery’s terace and watching the fantastic sunset...
Indein is a small village West of Inle Lake which is renowned for the floating market and impressive ancient stupas with Banyan trees growing out of them. From Inle Lake, by just a scenic 8-kilometer boat ride through a long narrow canal, you soon reach the lively floating ‘5-day market’ rotated every five days around five...