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Northern Myanmar

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Hsipaw also has a refreshingly mild climate and numerous shrines nearby, including the atmospheric collection of pagodas to its north, dubbed ‘Little Bagan’; a hilltop pagoda with lovely views over the river valley (see photo above and Flickr album at the bottom of this page); and a huge Chinese cemetery. Located just to the north of town is the historically significant Shan Palace, residence of the last Sawbwa (prince) of Hsipaw; the building is usually closed in the rainy season and visiting hours are restricted, so check with your hotel before heading there. You can inexpensively hire a bicycle from local guesthouses to see these sights, as well as the waterfalls, fresh water pools and rock formations of the surrounding hills. And it is interesting to witness the rural lives of local farmers in their paddy fields and banana plantations.

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