After breakfast, check out from the hotel and transfer to the airport from where we will take a flight to Heho. From here, we will proceed to Pindaya, known for its spectacular limestone caves, by car (approximately 1 hr.)
We will visit Pindaya Cave with its over 8,000 Buddha images made from alabaster, teak, marble, brick, lacquer and cement. We then explore Shan paper umbrella workshop run by a small family, a chance for a detailed look at the making of the famous Shan paper and beautiful Burmese umbrellas.
After sightseeing in Pindaya, drive to Kalaw (approximately 1 hr.), a former British hill station and one the most popular town to go trekking on the western edge of the Shan plateau. On the way, we will see the beautiful Shan mountain range and many farms and villages.
We then visit Nee Paya, this pagoda holds a gold lacquered bamboo Buddha, Photo stop at the Christ the King Church founded at 1931 by the Italian Priest. At the end of the day, we will enjoy excellent views of Kalaw, its market and the surrounding hills from Thein Taung Pagoda Monastery.
Overnight in Kalaw.