Myanmar is a stunning country to visit. The people are wonderful, the destinations amazing (and still relatively untouched by mass tourism) and they love a celebration – such as Paung Daw Oo.
This post comes from Tanya and Andy on their work and travel blog, Can Travel, Will Travel. They were recently in Myanmar for the Paung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival, held each year at Inle Lake. I’ll let Tanya explain further.
Celebrating Paung Daw Oo
“I spent my birthday last October at Inle Lake in Myanmar! The timing couldn’t have been better and our visit coincided with the Paung Daw Oo Pagoda Festival. A colourful multi-day spectacular of local traditions, music, markets, and boat races.
If you are visiting Myanmar in October. Then this Festival is worth a look. Read more in the review of our experience!”
So – ready to go? Celebrating Puang Daw oo at Inle Lake
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