Inle Lake Boat Tour – Indein Temple & Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda
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The Inle Lake boat tour offers visitors a great chance to explore the amazing beauty of Inle Lake and the local life in Indein areas. Travellers can visit a local morning market, meet Inthar fishermen and learn about how the Brumese people catch fishes. In addition, visitors will visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda – a scared sanctuary at the Lake, which contains 5 covered-with-gold Buddha images and go to some local villages to see how local people weave silk or roll a cigar by hand. Also in the trip, tourists have opportunity to explore the beauty of Alaung Sitthou in Indein, as well enjoy a cup of tea or coffee inside an Inthar Heritage House.
Detail of Inle Lake Boat Tour
In the morning, tourists will be picked up from the hotel to join in a full day tour by a private boat to discover the amazing Inle Lake, which is considered as the precious thing of Shan Plateau. The Lake annually attracts millions of tourists around the world to visit because of its wonderful & rustic charm.
The first experience is an excursion to a morning market taking place right on the Lake. This is a vibrant local market, where there is a wide range of traditional local products with different categories are purchased. Not only inhabitants on the lakeside but also surrounding local people could take part in this traditional market.
Leaving the bustle and colorful market, tourists continue the trail by a private boat through scenic channels to enjoy breathtaking landscapes around the Lake as well observe the simple life of the natives on the lakeside. Along the way, travellers can see many floating gardens, which are made from hyacinth, mud and bamboo frame, together with stilt villages of Intha people, and watch interesting activities of one-leg-rowing fishermen.
Another activity in the trip is to pay a visit to Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, a scared religious site in the Shan State which is well-known for its most wonderful festival, Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival, one of the largest Buddhist festivals in Myanmar.
Moving to Inpaw khone, a small village with teak stilt houses on the lakeside, visitors have chance to know more about the local traditional weaving technique, which remain unchanged for centuries. After that, travellers can discover a cheroot factory and observe local Burmese roll cigars by hand.
Tourists will have a short break for lunch to enjoy traditional Burma dishes with the beautiful views of surrounding areas.
The fantastic exploration will continue in the afternoon with a visit to a hidden village of Indein. This village is famous for its several ancient pagodas in many shapes and sizes. Visitors will have a trip around the village to explore texture meticulously carved on arched-shape doors of each stupa.
If time allows, tourists have chance to learn more about the culture and tradition of local people with a short tour to Inthar Heritage House.
At the end of the day, tourists are transferred back to hotel and finish the journey.
End of the Inle Lake boat tour!
Pax 1 2 3 4 5 6 More than 6 Price/adult 128 (USD) 78 (USD) 47 (USD) 39 (USD) 39 (USD) 35 (USD) Contact Us Pax Price/adult 1 128 (USD) 2 78 (USD) 3 47 (USD) 4 39 (USD) 5 39 (USD) 6 35 (USD) More than 6 Contact Us
- All transfers & transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles
- Boat trip as per itinerary
- English speaking guide (Other language guide on request)
- Government taxes and service charge
- Mineral water on coach
- Inle Lake Zone Fee
- Meals & drinks not mentioned
- Personal insurance
- Snack break at Inthar Heritage House
- Tips & gratuities for guide and driver
- Surcharges if any (increasing of fuel charges, admission fee, Christmas & New year with prior notice)
- Other services not mentioned in “inclusion”
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