A timeless colonial serenity greets you as you enter Pyin-Oo-Lwin" scenic and cool highland 1,100 metres above sea level. Little seems to have changed since Kipling’s day. 66 kilometres north-east of Mandalay reachable by car or by train and over a scenic, narrow winding road climbing up the slops of the fertile Shan Plateau.f this well-kept resort of beautiful Tudor architecture, nostalgic stagecoaches, happy market place and the fresh and lush bloom of colourful flowers, is worth a visit, Seeing is believing. Visit the spacious and verdant 142 hectares Botanical Garden with its cherry blossom in December and January, and do not miss the nearby Pwekauk Waterfalls, the recently opened limestone grotto and an underground stream known as Peik-Chin Myaung.
just 66 km east of Mandalay,. At 1040 meters above the sea level, PyinOoLwin is pleasantly cool and a relief from the heart of the plains. Surrounded by low hills within an area of approximately 30sq.km, the area is dotted with pine trees; eucalyptus and silver oak, coffee, vegetables and strawberries are grown on the slopes of the hills.