Homalin - The Wildlife Reserve of Burma
by Blake Johnson Jun 22, 2017
Homalin is located in the northwest of Myanmar and surrounded by high mountains. It is a part of Sagaing region on the Chindwin River. The locals here are friendly anh happy. They use different language, but Burmese is still the official one. Besides, there are many religions for you to explore in Homalin including Buddhism Islam, Hinduism, Christianity or Jewish. And you will enjoy fresh atmosphere in the most famous sanctuary in Homalin. It is one of the not-to-be-missed destinations when visiting Myanmar.
Tamanthi Wildlife Sanctuary
Tamanthi Wildlife Sanctuary is popular for most tourists visiting Myanmar. It is founded in 1974 with an area of 596.7 square kilometers. Thousands of tourists visit this sanctuary each year to find out wild animals and plants. Tamanthi Wildlife Sanctuary is home to Indochinese tigers, Indian elephants, gaur, Indochinese leopards, serow, and many other rare species. In this mountainous region, they are protected from danger and become a rich source for biology.
Besides, you can pay a visit to surrounding destinations such as Grottes De Po Win Daung, MonywaSagaing Hill and MingunThanboddhay Paya.
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