"A full day guided journey of Inle Lake and all of its charm await you today as you board your boat and cruise along the lake. You will have your own personal guide with you who will provide insight and history on the different villages and people who cal as the lake's shore and islands host various villages on stilts.On your journey you will witness local fisherman and their one of a kind skill used to glide across the lake. The unique technique of leg rowing where one leg is wrapped around the p a teeming market and an Intha village around the lake. The day also includes a visit to the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda Inn Paw Khon Village and the Nga Phe Kyaung Monastery. After having time to experience these unique sights you will be guided back to finish off your day.""""A must experience on any journey to Myanmar the natural beauty and serenity of Inle Lake. A full day guided expedition by boat of the lake will have you witness the many different villages and ethnic cultures that inhabit the area. In addition to the stilt houses and locals you will encoun
"You will be picked up from your hotel by boat and taken to the middle of the lake to view sunset over the Shan mountains. Take pictures of the local fishermen on their way home silhouetted by the falling sun. This will include the famous leg-rowing fishermen floating gardens and the villages on stilts. A stop will also be made at Paung-Daw-Oo Pagoda an important religious site in the Shan State. After the last rays have been and gone make your way back to your hotel as the temperature drops in time for dinner."""
"You will be picked up from your hotel at 8am Mandalay city sightseeing tour. You visit starts with Manamuni Pagoda where the Mahamuni Buddha image is venerated. The Mahamuni Buddha Temple (also called the Mahamuni Pagoda) is a Buddhist temple and major pilgrimage site. Ancient tradition refers to only five likenesses of the Buddha made during his lifetime; two were in India two in paradise and the fifth is the Mahamuni Buddha image in Myanmar. According to the legend the Buddha visited the Dhanyawadi city of Arakan in 554 B.C. After casting the Great Image the Buddha breathed upon it
This was not in our "to do" list. But the boat 'driver' decided that was a must for us (I will write later about that driver). All in all, it was a nice experience, not as much as tourist trap as we...