Taunggyi is a bustling mountain town on one of the major trade routes to China. Its market is a magnet for tribal people from all over the region. South-east of the city, a two-hours drive away through Pa-O tribal villages, you will find the famous but little-visited site of Kakku with 2.478 stupas surrounding a 2.000-year-old pagoda.
Ayetharyar in the Shan State was described as “Tuscany in Myanmar” by one of our Italian guests and is famous for its wine production. Since the launch of the Ayetharyar Vineyard in 1997, the founder aims to offer Myanmar top-quality wines in order to compete with the traditional wine countries. The strategy is based on the combination of the best wines from Europe with the appropriate geographical location in Southeast Asia. Enjoy a sunset dinner with a breathtaking view over the Shan mountains.