Inle Lake, 875 meters above sea level, is the second-largest natural lake and sits in a valley lining up by mountain ranges. The unique method of one-legged rowing by indigenous Inthar tribe is the most impressive attraction of local culture. Not only the stunning beauty of the lake but also floating gardens and villages built on stilts are like the different world to the rest of Myanmar. One of the major places in Inle Lake is a visit to Inndein, a village located at the end of a narrow creek and ancient ruined temple site. No one can deny of the joy the boat ride in twists and turns of the creek passing by the floating gardens, stilted huts, and children who use the canoe as their transport to school, and more.