I visited this lake last two years. Inle lake is famous for a floating village and its traditional way of living. Some people live in the lake where they build floating houses and community including religious sites. It was amazing how people adapt themselves to the environment substantially. Also Don’t forget to look for fisherman in the lake. They catch fish by one leg! amazing!!
Inle Lake is a must see place when you are in Myanmar. Its basically the entire city on water. In the morning, we went around for sightseeing and it was just so amazing. There are houses, schools, shops and factories and restaurants.
A boat ride on the lake is a must do for all tourists. There is also a floating market where you can get fresh fruits and vegetables. You should spend a few days in one of the resorts inside the lake. I promise you it’ll be a relaxing experience indeed.
One of the highlights of my visit to Myanmar was taking a 2-day trek from Kalaw to Inle Lake. This path winds through the Burmese countryside, tiny villages, beautiful quiet forests, and acres of farmland and rice paddies. It’s my top recommendation for people looking for unique things to do in Myanmar. If you have time, the full trek takes 3 days (and 2 nights), but you can also do it in 2 days if you’re short on time. Along with admiring the amazing untouched scenery, you’ll also be able to connect with your guide, as well as the locals in the villages you pass through as you stop for meals and accommodations. Be sure to request a stay in one of the old wooden monasteries — the accommodations are far from luxury (you’ll be sleeping on a mat on the floor) but it’s truly a once-in-a-lifetime cultural experience that you won’t want to miss! Spend at least a few days in Inle Lake after your trek is finished, exploring the water villages, the amazing restaurants, and the artisan crafts for which this beautiful lake town is famous. #awesomepic
Myanmar's favorite treasure trove in Inle Lake! Take a boat and feel the life of the water town
When it comes to Myanmar's favorite place, it must be the cool Inle Lake! In the hot summer, Inle Lake is as comfortable as a spring breeze, even the wind is a refrigerator, it is definitely a summer resort in Myanmar!
The whole tour of Inle Lake is through boats, where the locals' buildings are all water cabins, which gives me the illusion of being in Semporna! In addition to watching the locals racing dragon boats and dancing and celebrating, you can also visit the textile factory. Of course, the luckiest thing is to double the rainbow. The joy of cheering everyone together is still fresh!
Inle Lake is best known for its fisherman's foot. The locals use the one-legged boat to cast nets for fishing. The picture is absolutely out of the picture. Unfortunately, we didn't go to shoot specifically, but when we passed the boat, it was enough to move!
Tips: You can fly to Heihe Airport, and you can take a boat for half an hour to get to the boat at Inle Lake! The whole Inle Lake is very large and has a great resort. If you can, arrange two or three days to explore Inle Lake slowly!