1. Pin Tauk WaterfallKengtung; Myanmar
2. Taw Kyal WaterfallKalaw; Myanmar
3. Dee Dote WaterfallMandalay; Myanmar
4. Zin Kyaik WaterfallMawlamyine; Myanmar
5. Bant Bwe Kyin WaterfallNawnghkio; Myanmar
6. Dat Taw Gyaint WaterfallAnesakhan; Myanmar
7. Kyone Htaw WaterfallHpa-an; Myanmar

1. Pin Tauk Waterfall

Pin Tauk Waterfall is a popular hotel with 8 rating, located at Kengtung, Myanmar in the city of Kengtung. Pin Tauk Waterfall is Popular for places to visit, nature & narks. Here are the top places of attractions you may visit near Pin Tauk Waterfall. These places are regularly visited by many and provided with address and distance from Pin Tauk Waterfall for easy approach.

Pin Tauk Waterfall

2. Taw Kyal Waterfall

The Forest star waterfall, in Burmese (Taw-kyal-waterfall) is located around one and a half hours drive from Pindaya or Kalaw. If you are visiting that area, then this is the one convenient for you to visit. The waterfall as well as blue lake have been looked after by the monastery nearby and they manage voluntarily to clean the lanes and make sure tourists are safe.

Taw Kyal Waterfall

3. Dee Dote Waterfall

Dee Doke is a set of waterfalls and caves that is 48km outside of Mandalay. If you want to go there you need to drive one hour from Mandalay. From Mandalay to Pyin Oo Lwin highway, near Ohn Chaw town use the road which leads to Ye Ywar Hydro Power Dam. There is only one highway to go there. Keep driving until you see the Sign “To Dee Doke Waterfall”. The mineral-rich water in the pools have intense blue colour. It is the perfect place to take a refreshing diving into one of the upper pools. The pools get more beautiful, the further up the valley you go. At waterfalls you will see locals renting inflatables and selling drinks. At present there is no entrance fee.

Dee Dote Waterfall

4. Zin Kyaik Waterfall

Zin Kyaik Waterfall is between Mawlamyine and Thaton. Zin Kyaik Waterfall is about 40 minutes by motorbike from Mawlamyine. That is about 20 minutes from Thaton. This Zin Kyaik Waterfall also has a pool created by blocking the river, of course, you can swim. You can also enter the river, so if you want to swim, please change your clothes. (The pool does NOT have to wear a swimsuit. T-shirts and shorts are fine.)

However, there is no water in the dry season, so please go in the rainy season. Of course, the pool is only rainy season. Since streaming was in the dry season, there is no water, but the photos are in the rainy season.

Zin Kyaik Waterfall

5. Bant Bwe Kyin Waterfall

Situated near Bant Bwe Kyin village in Nawnghkio township of the Shan State, this waterfall may be one of the most breathtaking ones you’ll ever see. The top of the waterfall is 2486 feet above sea level and the height is estimated to be around 550 feet. Despite being somewhat close to urban areas, the route to get there is quite challenging, thus attracting travelers seeking adventures.

Regarding the nearest town Pyin Oo Lwin as a starting point, your journey will begin with a 45-minute car ride to Lwe Leik village. Most of the cars won’t be able to go past this village due to an extremely rough path ahead. You’ll need to swap your seat from your average car to the specially modified four-wheel-drive cars available there. Once you hop on one of these, the adventure begins.

With the ground completely covered with dust and debris, occasional clouds of dirt are inevitable along the way. However, the wonderful green scenery of huge forests under the warm sunlight will definitely make up for the inconveniences. Going through one village after another, you’ll finally arrive at Ban Bwe Kyin village, which obviously the fall is named after. The village has only about 100 houses. Due to the lack of proper transportation, it sadly has no electricity, resulting in the majority of occupants being farmers.

The villagers will guide you towards the camping lot at the top of the waterfall. There, the mesmerizing beauty of nature will hypnotize you into the unconscious state. After relaxing for a bit, prepare to climb down towards the bottom of the fall as there are many more stunning beauties to be explored. It takes about 45 minutes to reach the bottom. The path downwards is a bit dangerous for those who lack certain experiences of rock climbing, and so it is advisable for children and old people in general to step out of it and just relax at the top.

You’ll need to bring with you some equipment for trekking, an extra pair of clothing and a water bottle. You’ll also need to be wearing a pair of nice hiking shoes and light weight clothes. Once you have everything described, the adventure may begin. The path downwards is definitely not for the faint-hearted. In some places, you’ll have to make your way through extremely steep cliffs with the help of some ropes tied to the nearby trees.

Bant Bwe Kyin Waterfall

6. Dat Taw Kyaint Waterfall

Dat Taw Gyaint Waterfall, also commonly known as Anisakan Falls, is a magical waterfall with a blue, natural and refreshing swimming hole. Nestled at the bottom of a jungle canyon, this waterfall sits beside a small temple and is one of the best hidden gems in Myanmar.

If you’re visiting Mandalay or Pyin Oo Lwin, then I highly recommend committing to the half-day trip to this must-visit Myanmar waterfall. In this guide, I’ll detail how to get here and what to expect once you arrive.

Dat Taw Kyaint Waterfall

7. Kyone Htaw Waterfall

Kyone Htaw waterfall is next to Htiklawtho and is located at HoaingBwe town in Kayin State. KyoneHtaw waterfall is surrounded by a pristine forest. The waterfall is becoming a popular attraction for both local and forgein tourists who are drawn by the naturally green-coloured water. The best time to visit is at the drier times of the year.

Kyone Htaw Waterfall


    1. I wanna visit once waterfall. But that’s just a dream for me. I can’t go anywhere right now.After our revolution, I will be there. When my country is peaceful I will visit somewhere. I’ll be waterfall.

      1. All the waterfall are really breathtaking views with fantastic and peaceful nature. These views and photos are peaceful to my mind. One day I hope visit to that waterfall.Really thanks.

  1. I’d been to Dat Taw Gyaint waterfall. It’s amazing but I was really out of breath, returning from there. It’s really tough for me.

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