Comprising ten wonderfully designed bungalows built on stilts, enjoy a traditional Burmese village community in the middle of Inle Lake. Surrounded by organic vegetable gardens, guests can relax on their private deck and soak in the spectacular sunsets from their personal retreat, enhanced by authentic local cuisine.
Thant Zin Aye
Your Host and The Team
“I’ve been in the hotel industry for over a decade and I love sharing the world of Inle Heritage Stilt Houses with guests. Here, we strive to preserve Inle’s rich cultural heritage and help the region to thrive as a place to visit, work, and live.”
Facilities and Highlights
- Reintroducing Burmese Cats.
- Real Inthar and Shan cuisine from grandmother's recipes served for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- The cooking classes take you through a complete experience: from sourcing Inle ingredients, to learning how to prepare traditional dishes either in a cooking classrooms or in a real kitchen in the local community.
- At least 15 species of fish are endemic to Inle Lake - the most famous is the Inle Carp (cyprinus carpio intha), known as nya-phein, has a symbolic status for the Inthar.
GENERALTotal number of rooms: 10
Time zone: (GMT+06:30) Rangoon
Currency accepted: USD
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard
Electricity voltage: 230V
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CONCIERGEYour concierge is ready to assist you with planning and completing your reservation, contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCESSAbout one hour drive from Heho Airport to Nyaungshwe pier, then 40mn by boat.
airport: Heho Domestic Airport (HEH) - 30 km
railway station: Shwe Nyaung - 7 km
Working in conjunction with domestic and international experts, the foundation aims to teach farmers agricultural practices, which have no or minimum negative impact on the environment. Inle Lake’s water resources are regularly monitored and laboratory tested. The organisation also aims to focus on non-profit methods that will enable community members to become financially independent.