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Top 4 Stunning Waterfalls in Myanmar for Your Explorations

Do you know that Myanmar has its all – from pristine palm-lined beaches for best Burma beach holidays to skylines filled with classical images of ancient temples, mountainous regions with spectacular views seems like masterpieces of nature to wonderful lakes and rivers just waiting for being explored?
The more discoveries you make with Burma river cruises, the more ideal destinations you can find out. Even you will only thirst for seeking more when being aware of Myanmar’s stunning waterfalls. 
Let’s get stared with 4 difficult-to-refuse waterfalls below.

1. Anisakan waterfall

The most rewarding half-day trip out of Pyin Oo Lwin is to the Anisakan waterfall which is located among densely forested hills 9km southwest of town. At around 120m tall, this breathtaking waterfall makes the 50m tall Niagara fall look puny.  Even you may normally love plunging into the pool, the idea of taking a dip in the waterfall’s bottom can terrify you a lot. Needless to say, just getting moisture is too enough to profoundly feel the power of this stunning fall.


2. Pwe Kauk waterfall

Called Hampshire Fall in British times, Pwe Kauk is the embodiment of small weirs and splash pools rather than a dramatic waterfall. Recently, a series of little wooden bridges, souvenir stands and children’s play areas has been added to this attraction but still remain everyone's sense of adventure about natural beauty.


3. Dee Dote waterfall

Sailing upstream to Mandalay by the Stand cruise, Dee Dote waterfall will certainly let you have a chance of experiencing a beautiful, unique and truly surreal trip in every moment. Perhaps, there are no more awesome things than taking a refreshing dip in mineral-rich water with intense blue color in cool pools of this place. Then, trekking up the valley and exploring caves is a superb idea as well. Although accessing to this waterfall is quite challenging, it is extremely worth it!


4. Nam Tok waterfall
A journey coming to Nam Tok waterfall in which most of the trail can be done by bicycle is a must-do if you are staying in Hsipaw. As a consequence of no permits or entrance tickets required, you are able to flexibly get this place depending on your travel schedule. It is totally possible spend longer time to freely swim in the refreshing pool at the waterfall's bottom and get the most memorable seconds you could hope for.


Myanmar’s stunning waterfalls are always there to permit you to explore more widely. Just need to rent a bike, lace up your hiking boots; mingle with some locals to find the best ways to get off the beaten path and enjoy what else makes the “Golden Land” shine.
What are you really waiting for? Ready to dive in, right now!
➤ Beyond waterfall explorations, you can easily discover more charming natural sites in Myanmar by boarding Luxury Cruises in Myanmar. Check out The Strand Cruise - one of the best among them - here: https://luxurymyanmarrivercruises.com/cruise/the-strand-cruise/
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