Largest inland lake in Myanmar and SE Asia apart from Tonle Sap. Currently protected as a Wildlife Sanctuary and developed further as a Ramsar site. Important for thousands of northern migrant water birds and globally threatened species, such as ferruginous Ducks, Sarus Cranes and a last resort for globally threatened Vultures such as White-rumped vultures and many more waterbirds and birds of prey. Surrounded by gentle wooded hills the scenery is stunning, only enhanced by the far carrying and magic howling of the gibbons that live in these woods.

Report on Lake Indawghy