Taking a dip

10 July 2015
Taking a dip

The holiday season is upon us and with it, for many of you, comes the desire to take a dip. In Myanmar, Inle Lake is breathtakingly beautiful. The blue sky merges with the waters of the lake. Speaking of taking a dip, the houses here are built on stilts, and people grow their vegetables on small plots of floating earth. It’s magical.

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    1. Dear Sir,

      Thank you for your comment! In Burma, tea is mainly produced the Hsipaw region. We are not aware of a particular local name for the Camellia Irrawadiensis.

      Best regards,

      Palais des Thés’ team

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