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A small town of the Danu people named Pindaya, located in a fertile valley bordered to the west by 1700m high mountain range and is rightly famed for its magnificent caves. The drive to Pindaya is highly scenic, whether you come from Inle Lake, Kalaw, Mandalay or Bagan with multi-coloured fields, tribal villages, buffalo cowboys, bamboo hat makers, orange farms and bullock carts loaded with cabbages. The caves of Pindaya were formed over 200 million years ago, among them the southernmost one, whose entrance cave provides breathtaking views of the Pindaya Valley and Pontalouk Lake, is home to over 8,000 ancient Buddha statues made from alabaster, teak, lacquer, bamboo, cement, and marble. Some of these statues date back more than 300 years will offer a unique experience inside the mysterious caves.

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