Myanmar is filled with tropical beauty and the waterfalls add to this elegance. There are a number of famous waterfalls and some of these are hidden among the wilderness. These places are hard to reach but once you get there, you will be fully satisfied with the grace these natural marvels have to offer.
This fall is located deep in the jungle off 9km from the Myanmar city of Pyin Oo Lwin You can drive to the car park and then have to walk for some one hour to get to the foot of this fall. The fall is in its full splendor during the rainy season. The height is estimated to be around 120 meters.
This fall is 8km off Pyin Oo Lwin. This fall is a great place to visit with kids. A lot of people come here for picnics. It has a lot of splendor compared to the height.
Pin Tauk Waterfall
You have to take a steep climb up to Akha village and from there take a winding road through the jungle to get to this waterfall. You can hear the water rushing down the mountain from a long distance. The hot and tiresome trekking will end at the rock pool below the waterfall and it is a great place to have a picnic and dip in the natural pools.
Zin Kayak Waterfall
This is located close to the famous Golden Temple and thus gets crowded during the pilgrim season in the month of Waso, the fourth month in the Burmese calendar. The waterfall is best seen during the rainy season and in the dry season it can almost completely dry up.
Dee Dote Waterfall
From Pyin U Lwin, it takes about two hours to get here. It is recommended taking a motorbike as the roads are not good. This must be the most scenic out of the five hidden waterfalls in Myanmar mentioned in this article. The natural pools are blue in color and invite any visitor to take a dip in them. The blue water here is not seen in many other places and inside the thick jungles of Myanmar; this place will look like paradise itself.
Myanmar is a great place to travel and the hidden waterfalls of Myanmar add to its beauty. These are some of the must-visit places in your visit to this wonderful country. A natural pool next to a stunning waterfall in the heart of tropical rainforest is unmatched by any start class luxuries anywhere on Earth.