Inle Lake is a shallow lake in Shan State, the 2nd largest lake in Myanmar. The lake is 22km long, and is densely inhabited by many different tribes. This natural and unpolluted Inle Lake is famous for its scenic beauty and the unique leg rowing of the Inthas who have developed an original, eccentric method of rowing their small boats with one leg standing at the stern of boat. The lake is visited by motorized boat. One cannot miss the ruined group pagodas of Indein, located in a small village West of Inle Lake reachable by boat through the Inn Thein creek, a long narrow canal. We provide a lot of tours across Inle lake, contact us for more information.