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Look deep into nature and take in the wondrous beauty.

FOR THE LOVE OF NATURE

UNIQUE EXPERIENCES

NATIONAL KANDAWGYI GARDEN

 

Visit this beautiful botanical garden located in the hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin. This 177-hectare land is located at an elevation of 1000 metres and can be accessed by road from Mandalay. Established in 1915, this garden contains 514 species of indigenous trees and 74 foreign species, 75 species of bamboo, 75 species of crotons, 300 species of indigenous orchids, 25 rose species and 6 land lily species. We recommend planning a picnic in this garden.

Location: Mandalay Regions

SEINT YE FOREST CAMP

 

This exciting forest camp is located in the Bago mountains near the Oaktwin township of Bago division. It was established in 1996 and covered 102 acres. It can be easily reached from Yangon. You can observe natural teak forests and teak-growing environment conditions. This is a common destination for researchers who study Myanmar timber elephants, elephant mahouts and their working conditions.

Location: Bago Region

MYAING HAY WUN ELEPHANT CAMP

 

Love watching elephants? Visit this elephant park, which will help you see elephants in their natural habitat. It is located in Taikkyi Township in Yangon Division and occupies an area of 10 acres. It was established in 1986. Watch elephants and spend a day surrounded by nature – a great place for a day trip.

Location: Yangon Region

POPA NATIONAL PARK

 

Spend a few days in the lap of nature when you visit the Popa Mountain Park located near the Kaukpadaung Township in Mandalay Division. This park was established in 1989 and occupies an area of 129 sq.km. It surrounds Mount Popa. You can spot a wide range of animals here such as the dusky leaf monkey, barking deer, wild pigs and a range of birds. This diverse place is yet to be discovered by the world. Hence, you can enjoy a few days away from the crowd.

Location: Mandalay Regions

INDAWGYI LAKE WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

 

Visit the Indawgyi Lake Wildlife Sanctuary surrounding the largest freshwater lake in Myanmar. It covers an area of 73,600 hectares and contains a wide variety of threatened animal species. It is currently a UNESCO World Heritage Centre.

Location: Kachin State.

EXQUISITE WILDLIFE