Myanmar Treasure Resort

Myanmar Treasure Resort | Inle Lake, Burma

Myanmar Treasure Resort

One of the newest resorts on Inle Lake, Myanmar Treasure is a beautiful lodge that sits directly above the lake's waters. Its 60 bungalow rooms are connected to one another and to the land via raised wooden walkways.

A new and very lovely hotel built entirely over water, Myanmar Treasure Resort resembles older Inle Lake lodges such as the Golden Cottages and Paradise Inle, but it is furnished to a much higher standard and offers improved facilities. You sleep in individual bungalows, of which there are 60, raised above the water on the edge of the lake, with sweeping views across its waters (Myanmar Treasure is positioned on the eastern shores of the Lake, in order to catch the sunset).

Myanmar Treasure is undoubtedly a beautiful lodge. Unlike other lodges located above water rather than on the shores of the lake, it doesn’t feel overly confined. A bridge over the floating gardens behind the lodge connects it to the land so you can arrive and escape on foot as well as by boat. Bicycles can be borrowed to explore the surrounding area, a facility that few other lodges in the region offer.

Accommodation

Myanmar Treasure’s generously-sized teak wood bungalows each have their own private balcony and a view of either the lake or mountain/village. There is a total of 60 rooms and suites, all cooled by ceiling fans (no air-con) and the gentle lake breeze. Amenities include satellite TV, in-room safe and tea and coffee making facilities. Large en-suite bathrooms feature full-size bathtubs.

Dining

Myanmar Treasure’s restaurant is located right by the lake with uninterrupted views into the distance. Meals, both Asian and Western, can be taken indoors or outdoors.

Facilities

-    Restaurant and bar
-    Spa
-    Internet access
-    Bicycles (there is a pretty vineyard about 45 minutes cycle ride away)

Child Policy

Children of all ages welcome. Please note that Myanmar Treasure Resort is pitched directly above the water, and is not ideal for families with very young children.