- Encounters with locals
- Hiking / Trekking
- Culture (paddy field, coffee, tea ...)
- Place or Religious Monument
- Off the beaten track
Life is Mindat is simple but highly diversified. You will encounter many different ethnic minorities (the Chin being the largest group) that are easily distinguished by the various costumes and traditional ornaments that the inhabitants proudly wear. I also noticed that there were not only animist places of worship but also Christian and Buddhist shrines. So it was especially the cultural diversity that I appreciated there, as well as the warm curiosity of the people.
I took advantage of my stay to organise an excursion to Mount Victoria, the highest summit of central Burma (3050 m). It is quite a trip long (48 km south-west of Mindat), but I recommend it to those who love the wild nature of the country. It is one of the most beautiful examples of what you can see of the mountain regions during your discovery of Burma.