Local Villages and Vineyard by Bike ,
Myanmar, Lake Inle
Info : Local Villages and Vineyard by Bike
Pack plenty of unique experiences in the lovely Inle region into one day: private boat travel, a market tour, a delightful lunch and finally a vineyard visit, complete with wine tasting. Arrive by boat in Nyaung Shwe and wander through the markets, learning about fresh produces, spices and Burmese cooking methods. In the Shan region, you’ll enjoy fish and tomato-based specialties, among others, most often served with rice or noodles. The tour continues by wandering the streets of Nyaung Shwe by bike or by foot before you drive to the vineyard. Tour the vineyard and winery, indulge in a little wine tasting and take in the spectacular views of the Shan highlands.
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