Kayah State

Loikaw, the capital of Kayah State, is bisected by the Belu Stream that flows from Inle Lake, and by that route it enjoys trade with the Shan State. Loikaw is surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges, lakes and waterfalls, where locals believe that the Keinara half-human half-bird creatures live. The Keinara, representing eternal fidelity, is the State symbol. The town is pleasant and in the suburbs are large wooden houses set in lush, green compounds.


Taung-kwei Pagoda
Literally, meaning ‘Split Mountain pagoda’, this is a beautiful rocky hill rising straight out of the surrounding plain, a hill split in two with pagodas on it.


Program 1) : Yangon – Hpa-an – Mawlamyaine – Loikaw – Yangon ( 5 Days / 4 Nights )