Inle Lake is located in the western Shan State of Myanmar. This lake is inhabited by the Intha people. It is known for the floating villages and the unconventional way of rowing the boat by wrapping their leg around the oar. The lake is 22 km long and 10 km wide. It is nestled between two mountains. How to get to Inle Lake? From Kalaw, take a bus and get off at the junction going to Nyang Shew. From the junction, you take a taxi that will bring you to Nyang She. This is where the restaurants, hotels and the … Continue reading Traversing the floating village
Literally! No need to unearth this city. Figuratively! Yes, it is from my point of view. Bagan, Myanmar it’s not as popular compared to other ASEAN cities. The temples of Bagan were dubbed as the Machu Pichu of Southeast Asia. … Continue reading Unearth the Land of Thousand Temples!
Myanmar (Burma) never on my bucket list. A friend of mine invited me for a trip to Myanmar. The first thing that came up in my mind was the military government. It takes a back seat before they got my … Continue reading A Glimpse of Yangon
After the 3 days 2 nights trekking in Mt. Rinjani. I and my friend hurriedly went down to the port in Lombok, as a jump-off point to Gili Trawangan. Gili Trawangan is the largest of the three Gili islands. We … Continue reading Chillin at Gili Trawangan!
Mt. Rinjani is an active second highest volcano in Indonesia. It towers the island of Lombok. The summit has a stunning view. Getting to Mt. Rinjani You can fly directly to Lombok International Airport or take a boat from Bali … Continue reading 3 Days 2 Nights Trekking at Mt. Rinjani
Bali is the most popular island in the most archipelagic country in the whole world “Indonesia”. It is inhabited by a Hindu minority in the Muslim majority country. It is commonly referred to as the Islands of Gods. The moment … Continue reading DIY Bali Trip