- Indawgyi Lake is the largest inland lake of Myanmar and one of the largest in Southeast Asia.
- Myanmar’s only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Indawgyi Wildlife Sanctuary is located here.
- There are also 20 villages located around the lake, inhabited by Kachin and Shan ethnic groups.
Indawgyi Lake is a secluded place, yet a popular destination in Myanmar that is often frequented by nature lovers. The pristine waters of the lake have been designated as the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve due to an intense concentration of birds and animals around the area.
The lake is a great place to relax and enjoy the rural lifestyle of the locals. There’s much to see around the lake, the primary of which include visiting the villages and getting a feel of local Myanmar.