Kachin state in the northern part of Myanmar is the birthplace of Ayeyarwaddy River. The state is well-known for its abundance of jade and gold and also for having the highest mountain in South East Asia, Khakaborazi.
The city, Myitkyina is a highly region on the bank of Ayeyarwaddy river. It is also a rail-way terminal city and many national races reside there. You can see farmlands and gardens cultivated on the silt land along the Ayeyarwaddy River.
Groups of people panning and digging for gold can be found along the Ayeyarwaddy River. 28 miles from Myitkyina, you will find the birthplace of Ayeyarwaddy (or) confluence of MayKha and Malika rivers.
Originating from the snow mountains north, the water is clear and cool and anyone who sees the pretty pebbles along the river cannot resist picking them up. Because of the beautiful views and sceneries at the confluence, Kachin State is famous as a resort where one can relax and enjoy the environs.
Another interesting place to visit in Kachin State is Inndawgyi in Moenyin Township. It being the biggest lake in Myanmar and the Inndawgyi wildlife sanctuary.
Shwe Myintzu Pagoda in Inndawgyi Lake is very well-known in Kachin State. Putao is 218 miles from Myitkyina and people can get there only by air. Many national races reside there. Putao you will find the Mulashidi suspension bridge about 7 miles away, which is built crossing the Mula River.
Khakaborazi Mountain in Kachin State in Myanmar is the highest and most beautiful mountain in South East Asia. The region where tributaries of Ayeyarwaddy River originate is unique and picturesque. It is a place where mountaineers can enjoy their climbing.
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