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October 31, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

Travel Experience

The Peaceful resort in the second part of Inle Lake, also known as Sakar Lake (or "Samga" Lake) near the village of Phayartaung (Southern Shan State, Myanmar). Phayartaung offers detached stilt houses built on a pier that overlooks three of Inle's lakes. There is an on-site restaurant, bar and free WiFi.

Responsibility

Our lodge stands for community-based tourism by providing jobs for local people and donating parts of the income to the local monastery and orphanage. During the stay, guests can feel free to visit it and help teach and educate the children. We are a sustainable eco-lodge located by Sakar (or Samkar) Lake, an unexplored lake south of Inle Lake. We are 100% solar-powered, source all our food locally, and support development in Phayartaung village, our neighbours.

Business Case

The Inle Sanctuary is a community-supported business providing jobs for local people. Part of the income goes to the local Phayartaung monastery where monks look after over a thousand children. Guests are welcome to visit the monastery and home and, if they wish, help with teaching and other jobs. In addition to employing all staff from Phayartaung Village, we donate 10% of our income to the monastic school in the village.

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The Peaceful resort in the second part of Inle Lake, also known as Sakar Lake (or "Samga" Lake) near the village of Phayartaung (Southern Shan State, Myanmar). Phayartaung offers detached stilt houses built on a pier that overlooks three of Inle's lakes. There is an on-site restaurant, bar and free WiFi.

Our lodge stands for community-based tourism by providing jobs for local people and donating parts of the income to the local monastery and orphanage. During the stay, guests can feel free to visit it and help teach and educate the children. We are a sustainable eco-lodge located by Sakar (or Samkar) Lake, an unexplored lake south of Inle Lake. We are 100% solar-powered, source all our food locally, and support development in Phayartaung village, our neighbours.

The Inle Sanctuary is a community-supported business providing jobs for local people. Part of the income goes to the local Phayartaung monastery where monks look after over a thousand children. Guests are welcome to visit the monastery and home and, if they wish, help with teaching and other jobs. In addition to employing all staff from Phayartaung Village, we donate 10% of our income to the monastic school in the village.

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