The Inle Lake Region is one of the most picturesque and magical destinations in the whole of Myanmar. The kernel of the region is the Inle Lake, a glistening pool of water - measuring 13.5 miles long and 7 miles wide – that provides not only sustenance to the 30-over hill tribes surrounding it, but also a breathtaking backdrop to the visitors who are looking to experience nature's unadulterated beauty.
The Inle Lake Region is situated in the heart of Shan State, a vast state in the northeast of Myanmar that shares borders with China, Thailand and Laos. Shan State contains only 3 cities of significant size, which are Lashio, Kengtung and the capital, Taunggyi.
Occupied predominantly by the Shan people, Shan State comprises 54 townships that are largely rural, and is renowned for its undulating hills, affable inhabitants, rich agricultural heritage and of course, the Inle Lake Region
Located to the west of Inle Lake is Kalaw. This hill station showcases the influences of both Indian and Nepalese cultures to perfection, which are especially telling in the delectable cuisines.Read More
A place with over two thousand stupas, Kakku is a destination well worth visiting. With a stunning landscape, tourists are transported back to the early 17thcentury, when it was first created by the King of Bagan.Read More
Located at the south of Inle Lake, Samkar is a small remote village that can be reached by a 3-hour scenic boat journey from Nyaung Shwe, where along the way, you will get to see interesting villages and immerse in beautiful landscapes.Read More