Travel Information

Are you those kind of travelers who seek nothing but beauty in life?

In life if there is a chance of admiring the view of green, comforting climate within a close range, experiencing such a stunning view, wouldn’t your life be complete?

The place is not only give you an experience of a spectacular view, along with it you can relax and relief stress. just be free and admire nature’s beauty.

Let’s get a pleasant atmosphere for some days to chill out!

Places must go when you are in Pyin Oo Lwin!

Kandaw Lay Lake

A beautiful lake just 10 mins walk from our resort.

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A church near our resort from colonial time


A corner near our resort

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Purcell Tower

The tower stands in the heart of the town, Pyin Oo Lwin. The clock was one of the few made in the year of 1936, it was apparently a gift from Queen Victoria. The Mandalay pickup and share taxi stand are near the clock tower.



Pyin Oo Lwin town centre

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Chinese Temple

A large and colourful Chinese temple built by the many Yunanese immigrants to the town. It is about 2km away from the clock tower.

Central Market

The market is always so colourful, active and local. Explore and see it yourself! It is just a 4 minutes’ walk from the clock tower.

Night Market : Every day around 5pm there is a night market with a lot of street food, behind the clock tower.

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Horse Carriage

The colorful horse carriages, which is famous and unique in Pyin Oo Lwin, it can be used as taxis.


Train Station

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City Hall and The Governor House



A river side at the edge of Pyin Oo Lwin. Look how excited they are!



National Kandawgyi (Botanical Gardens)

A 25 minutes bicycle ride from our resort to the Botanical Garden.



Pwe Kauk Waterfalls

It also called Hampshire Falls in British times, Pwe Kauk Falls is about 8 km from town, off the Lashio road.


Peik Chin Myaung Cave or Maha Nandamu Cave

Peik Chin Myaung Cave (also known as Maha Nandamu Cave) is located on the Lashio road near Wetwun village, 12 miles east of Pyin Oo Lwin town.




Gokteik Bridge

If you are on the way to Hsipaw, you will pass the world famous “Gokteik Bridge“, constructed by British colonialists in 1901.  Gokteik was once the longest railway trestle in the world.



A view from Dat Taw Gyaint



A beautiful sunset from Dat Taw Gyaint