Hukawng Valley, Myanmar (Burma)
About Hukawng Valley
A beautiful isolated valley in the heart of Myanmar which was flourished with a lot of verities of Flora and fauna. Ringed by steep mountain ranges to the north, east, and west, the valley is known as a habitat of tigers. The valley is well known for Burmese amber, a type of amber dating back to the Cretaceous period, around 99 million years ago.
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A small hilly town along the Indo-Myanmar border and Namchik basin is covered with evergreen tropical rain forest. Where life moves at a leisure pace and the howling of hillock gibbons wake you up in the morning. Mother Nature has been generous to bequeath abundant natural resources to this terra firma. It is a wonderful place to be in. Though the journey through the serpent roads might be tough for some but it is worth when you reach the destination. In this part of the planet, time standstill,
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