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Inle Lake

Inle Lake is a freshwater lake in Nyaungshwe, Taunggyi District, Shan State, as Myanmar's second largest lake in an area of 116 square kilometers (44.9 square miles) at an altitude of 800 meters (2,900 feet) in the Shan Mountains. A 5-kilometer canal suddenly leads to a vast lake and many villages on stilts and floating parks with mountain scenery.

The water depth is 2.1 meters (7 feet) and deepest point is 3.7 meters (12 feet), but in the rainy season it becomes 3.5 meters and deepest point is 4.7 meters. Fishermen throw cone-shaped bamboo down to trap the fish. The watersheds are mostly located in the north and west of the lake, then out to Nam Pilu in south and beach to the west.

Xvlor Inle Lake, watches exotic cultural floating life in Myanmar's mountains

Inle Lake is not large, but contains a number of endemic species where more than 20 species of snails and 9 species of fish. The ecosystem holds about 20,000 chocolate and black seagulls in November, December and January during seasonal migration.

A number of festivals are held from August to October in this lake including the 18-day Hpaung Daw U Festival, the Thadingyut Lights Festival, Buddhist Lent by Inthas and Shan, and traditional boat races driven by dozens of rowers.

People around the lake make traditional silver. The Inle region is also famous for its woven fabric that produces high quality silk. Boating among the villages, travelers hear the sound of looms and see girls wrapping cigars through open windows in wooden and bamboo houses on the water.

The winery produces a famous fermented beverage product in Myanmar. Tomato fields floating around the lake and flower gardens grow on bamboo poles. Typical foods include salads containing rice, tomatoes, potatoes and fish put together with fried onions, oil, tamarind, coriander and garlic.

Many small villages along the edge of the lake consist of ethnic Intha, Shan, Taungyo, Pa-O or Taungthu, Danu, Kayah, Danaw and Bamar. Most are devout Buddhists living in simple wooden houses and woven bamboo. They are mostly independent farmers.

Location: Inle Lake, Nyaung Shwe, Taunggyi District, Shan State, Myanmar.

Activity: Canoeing, trekking, hiking, camping. Explore the flora and fauna. Explore ethnography and culinary. Craft shop and watch cultural attractions. Inle Lake, watches exotic cultural floating life in Myanmar's mountains

Routes and public transport: All flights to Heho Airport at Kalaw Township.

Advice: The best time is August to October.

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