- Encounters with locals
- Culture (paddy field, coffee, tea ...)
- Place or Religious Monument
- Off the beaten track
Of course, I recommend going to Sagar by canoe, which is a great opportunity to discover the daily life of the inhabitants of the region. A proportion of the Burmese people enjoy a privileged relationship with water and it would be a pity not to discover this aspect during your stay in Burma (today known as Myanmar).
I deeply appreciated the journey on the water and particularly the peaceful, yet lively character of Sagar, a small jewel protected by the distance of the water. After enjoying a little of the village, I went for a stroll among the pagodas invaded by vegetation and the stupas that have been submerged by the rising waters, which I strongly recommend. They are more or less everywhere around Sagar. The best is then to go to Thar Yakone, which offers an impressive group of these religious buildings, of more recent construction in this case.