Accesible by boat touring over narrow canals of the lake, the quaint village of Indein is famous for its market and its breathtaking complex of 1,094 ancient stupas from the 16th century.
The amazing and forgotten archaeological complex of Sagar is located in the southern tip of Inle Lake. Some of its temples and pagodas struggle to see the sunlight since it got flooded in the mid-20th century.
Located in Pa-O area, Kakku stands as a symbol of Myanmar religious tradition. Some of its more than 2,000 pagodas beautifully arranged in neat rows may date back as far as the 3rd century BC.
Kalaw is taking off as a trekking destination thanks to its elevated position at 1320m on the rolling, pine-clad hills of the Shan Plateau, dotted with Palaung, Pa-Oh, Intha and Shan villages.