Hill Top Villa Shan State
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews Hill Top Villa Shan State Heho
Travel Blogs from Heho
... bikes and reminiscing about bike rides we took as kids. We had a look around the local markets - as it was market day the tribes people came down from the mountains to sell their produce and we got a great view if day to day life in the area - although Inle is a key tourist attraction the locals and tribes people seem unaffected by the change in demographic. Piles of mangoes, pears, peanuts, onions, garlic, dried fruit and fish from the lakes, as well as ...
... lake stopping at khaung village a boat with our bike across to maun thouk village visiting pagoda, winery, and hot spring along the way very pleasant. After only one night in the town of Nyaungshwe I was ready to move on.
... before sunset we went to a small village near the hotel and were told we had our own personal one legged rower who would take us round the stilt village. This meant transferring from a canoe with seats to a very small canoe with a piece of matting on the floor for us!. Not easy to do but the watching crowd were very supportive as we gingerly and not very elegantly transferred boats! It was in fact a lovely way to see the village and ...
Mandalay to Inle lake After breakfast we took the flight to Heho on Shan plateau. Zan our tour guide was already awaiting for us at the airport. He was a really nice old man who used to be a maths teacher Nd then a immigration officer, he seemed to know a lot about us before we told him, I guess old habits die hard. Sabine's sun glasses broke during our flight and our driver was so kind and lovely that he stopped at a shop to buy some superglue and fixed my glasses! What a gem! ...
All the luggage was stored under a waterproof sheet and we stepped aboard and put on our life jackets. The long boat went fast across the lake that is 900m above sea level. We passed a variety of fishermen. Some stand hold the net with both hands and control the paddle with one leg. Others hit the water hard with their paddle having laid their nets and force the fish into the nets. They also use a conical net which they drop to the lake bed and then release the inner net ...