A new tour on boat will be created
between Loikaw, Kayah State
and Inle Lake, Shan State in cooperation
with the Ministry of
Hotels and Tourism and inbound
tour companies, according to a
report from Myawady Daily.
Maintenance to strengthen retaining wall of Moe Bye dam constructed on the Balu creek in Kayah State and water route plan are being implemented.
It is 20 years that a water route between Inle Lake and Loikaw were shut down its operation due to the weakening retaining wall of Moe Bye Dam.
Those walls were repaired last year and now they are strong enough to be closed and opened. Therefore, water trip plan can resume there again.
Last year, Kayah State hosted more than 16,000 local trippers and over 6,000 tourists. More than 23,000 local travelers and over 6,500 tourists have visited Kayah State this year so far.
Upon the completion of this tour plan, more visitors are likely to enter the state through Inle Lake, one of the famous tourist attractions in Myanmar.