Inle Lake is one of the main tourist attractions in Myanmar, 22 km long and 11 km across, hidden in the Blue Mountains range of Shan State. Some of 80000 total populations are living on floating houses in the lake. Inle Lake is famous for its amazing lifestyle such as native lake dwellers who living on floating houses, floating gardens, floating market, leg rowers & traditional fishing method of fishermen. The sightseeing places are: Phaungdawoo Pagoda The holiest religious site in the southern area of the Shan State. Ywama, Inle Lake’s downtown and also known as the floating village, Gold and Iron smith workshop are can be seen. The main activity & attraction is at the Floating Market day (usually on a Wednesday). Nga Phe Kyaung, a wooden floating monastery built on stilts over the lake about 2 centuries ago, also known as Jumping Cat Monastery. Mine Thauk Market, Silk weaving at Inpawkhon village and Cheroot making workshop in Nampan village.