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Natural Resources


There are vast of natural places in Myanmar where you can explore magical experience within a few moments. All the excitement will be kept forever in your life while trekking, bicycling and mounting along the rugged mountain, dense forest and steep ravines of unspoiled natural resources. You can feel the lack of restrictions from urban region as well as can be discover the lack of pretence lifestyle of tribes in each region. Those who are energetic to search the sense of natural resources, you can see in these regions Putao, Inle, Kyaing tong, Mt. Popa , loikaw and Mergui Archaeology.


Inle is a unique highland lake in Myanmar surrounded by blue and hazy mountain ranges. It is located in the heart of the Shan Plateau. Many different ethnic inhabitants are living on the floating villages as like a wonderful watery world. Their surviving ways are largely depend on the lake of floating farming, vegetation islands and various aquatic species by selling these local products at the floating markets in the lake area.

The Intha people are the lake dwellers who are expert for their leg rowing and their fishing methods are mesmerizing all the visitors who can get to see the diverse landscape that surrounds the lake by boat around Inle region, stilted villages and crumbling stupas. Nyaung Shwe jetty, a gateway to Inle lake where visitors can be travel around to monasteries, colourful bazzer and life style of countryside. Fascinating trekking trips can be start there to any desired ethnic villages. From there you can proceed to neighbouring destinations like pleasant hill station Kalaw, Kakku and Pindaya.

Myeik Archipelago

The wonderful destination in Myanmar, the Treasure Island Myeik Archipelago located at the southernmost tip of Myanmar. It is one of the world’s hidden tourism destinations with an enormous area features throughout the Andaman Sea of the coast between Myeik (Mergui) and Kawthaung. There has incredibly possessed a wide diversity of flora and fauna above and underwater coral reefs and marine life. Some of the islands have magnificent white sand beaches, unparallel to any of the world’s most famous beaches. There are many locations for sea kayaking, scuba – diving and fishing that are considered the best in the world. In the deeper waters of the Myeik Archipelago, rock pinnacles covered with healthy corals attract dolphins, sharks and many species of fish.

On land, the animal population includes monkeys, wild cattle, elephants, deer, wild pigs, crocodiles, tigers and rhinoceros. Wonderlands to see only Saloons (or) the Sea Gypsies tribes are the inhabitants of this Archipelago region. They live on boats near the islands but live on the land in the rainy seasons. Their ways of fishing lovely method and surviving did their ancestors and still carry on the generation's heritage. During the Sea Gypsy Festival at Ma-Kyon-Galet village in Myeik, you can get a closer view of Salon people lifestyle. If you want to find excitement, amazing and incredible experience, you will get these in this island and these remembrance will strike your heart forever.


All the mysterious scenery born from nature is delicately seductive to all the travelers’ soul in the Putao region. This lovely town situated on the bank of Namlaung River and surrounded by snow-capped mountains is cold year round. The rugged mountains, dense forest, steep ravines and wild rivers are the part of Mother Nature land and well-known as the most hit sites for those who want to pass their life adventurously.

Hkakabo Razi and other snow-capped mountains are visible from Putao. It attracts also enthusiasts, hiking to Hkakabo Razi base camp. Travelers can be exploring day by day by passing through untouched nature born forest, rarely remote villages as well as unconsciousness experiences. This region is the principle source of Ayeyarwaddy River as well as the variety of endemic birds and rare orchids, which grow naturally. Many orchid lovers are especially attracted by the so called "Black Orchid" that can be found in the mountains east and west of Putao. January and April is the best month to see the butterflies, flowers and orchids in the icy forest.

Kyaing Tong

Kyaing Tong in eastern Shan State is the kind of place that adventurous travellers yearn for: short on overcrowded, wonder-of-the-world landmarks but teeming with genuine local atmosphere. Colonial architecture mixes with Shan and Chinese buildings, while many pagodas exhibit Siamese influences.
The town is also centrally located in a region peopled by a number of diverse ethnic groups – including Lahu, Akha, Akhu, Eng, Palaung, Shan and Wa – with varied religious beliefs, making it the perfect starting point for trips to fascinating traditional villages.

To walk for just one day through the region’s wooded hills and terraced valleys is to amass a collection of sensory experiences too numerous to catalogue. In some areas it is possible to trek through small villages that, although often only a few minutes apart, each has its own distinct character. In the course of a few hours you might pass through villages settled by Akha Christians, Akha Buddhists, Eng animists, Eng Buddhists and Eng Christians before circling back to the Lahu Christian town where you started.


Mt. Popa means a mountain of flowers. One of the eco-tourism destination tourist site ; so close to visit to an ancient capital , Bagan (about 45 minutes driving). Asian world has been known as the home of all spirits, called nats. In fact, this is the home of 37 nats who live in a monastery situated in the crater of an extinct volcano. All these nats live together in a big gallery.

They have different images kings, queens, animals or some enigmatic creatures. Some of them are very peaceful including spirits of trees, rivers, snakes; some of them keep the spirits of people who have met a violent or tragic death, and can therefore wreak destructive vengeance on people who annoy them.

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