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Inya Lake, Yangon (Rangoon)

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Created by the British in the 1880s, Inya Lake remains a popular gathering place, especially well suited for romantic sunset walks. You'll find plenty of outdoor activities offered here, including kayaking and boating. If you prefer to relax, opt for a picnic overlooking the lake. Numerous cafes and restaurants cater to visitors in need of some light refreshments or a hearty meal. Put Inya Lake into our Yangon (Rangoon) vacation trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • This is considered to be the largest green patch of Yangon beautified with lots of greenery. The lake is huge and you can watch people jogging around the lake in the evening. Locals have a little picn...  more »
  • Stayed 2 nights on the Inle Lake. Beautiful and picturesque. Incredible and noisy boat traffic long tail. Gardens and floating gardens. Fishermen and farmers wielding the oar with their leg. Great activity on this Lake, where the houses are built on stilts. Many channels. Some lead you to monasteries and pagodas
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  • I like to walk around it. It is best enjoyed by Paddleboards which are available for rental from Carl at the Yangon Yachting club. My friend Jessica has taken me there a few times to enjoy the paddleb...  more »