Haw Nan Monastary, known as Kandarawwady Haw Nan is one of the most ancient buildings in Kayah. It was built during the First World War ( 1912-1916) by Zaw Bwa Saw Pyar Du Sat Khun Li, the Chief of Kayah. Three stairs lead up to the monastery. Old photos and furniture from Zaw Bwa’s family transport visitors 100 years into the past. In 1994, relatives of the last chief donated the building as a monastery.
Other Activities Inside Loikaw
The Kayah Sausage Experience
This tour takes you into the home of one of two Loikaw Kayah sausage producers, willing to offer international and na...Read More »
Loikaw Weaving Center and natural dying path tour
This tour takes you around the organic garden of the weaving center to discover and experience the process of natural...Read More »
Market on Daw Na Street has plenty of tasty, local food and typical Myanmar tea shops. It is possible to buy hot, fresh ...Read More »
Thirimingalar Market is open every day from 6 AM to 5 PM except full moon days. The market has a good variety of items l...Read More »
Loikaw cultural museum
Learn Symbols of Kayah Identity " Historical Artefacts and Traditional Costumes"
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Naung Yah Lake
Naung Yah lake is a very popular spot for local people to enjoy a stroll in the morning and evening, or a picnic with...Read More »