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Conqueror Resort with 20 acres compound is located at the foot of Shwe Oo Min Cave. The Reception and Yandana Dining Hall is built in the style of dwellings of Shan Sawbwa rulers.
48 Bungalows units are classified as Superior, Deluxe, Traditional, Junior Suite, and Executive Suites. Each unit has a private balcony and decorated with a unique blend of traditional interior and completed with modern features such as mini-bar, satellite TV, & in-house movie, Phone, coffee & tea making facilities, and attached bathroom with hot & cold running water.
Deluxe, Junior & Executive Suites have attached bathroom with bathtub.
Each Deluxe, Traditional, Junior & Executive Suite has a fire place.
100 person capacity Yadana Dining Hall offers traditional dishes as well as international and Myanmar cuisine. Venda Bar offers a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Organize Trekking trips: Half Day Trip (Pindaya - Htut Ni - Pindaya), Day Return Trip (Pindaya - Htut Ni - Si Kya Inn - Ya Sa Kyi - Linne Inn - Taung Baw Gyi - Pindaya), and One Night Stop ( Pindaya - Htut Ni - Si Kya Inn - Ya Sa Kyi Village - Mt Ya Sa Kyi Mene Taung - Pinsein Pin - Htin Shu Knoe - Taung Baw Gyi - Pindaya.)
Pindaya Golden Cave Hotel is located in a quiet and serene area on the way to Pindaya Caves and near the historic lake.
Superior Rooms are attached with hot & cold shower. 24 Hour Satellite TV and Mini-bar. Rooms have fans.
Complimentary Breakfast. Restaurant saves delicious Myanmar and Chinese cuisine.
Laundry Service, Music performance, Special rate for group tours & long stay guests, Special arrangements for trekking trip to an old Palaung Village.
Located approximately two hour drive from Heho airport close to Pindaya Caves. The hotel is at the entrance of Pindaya town surrounded by historic and magnificent banyan trees facing Ponetaloke Lake. The hotel was build in 1994, and its architecture reflects that of traditional style in Pindaya area.
Accommodations & Facilities include 24 Bamboo Huts with IDD phone, private bathroom with hot & cold shower, 12 Chalets (Swiss style houses) with fireplace, satellite TV, IDD phone, slippers, hair dryer, refrigerator, complimentary in-room mineral water, coffee & tea services, private bathroom with hot & cold shower and bathtub.
Safe Deposit box, Internet and email services are available at the reception.
Thudanu Restaurant and Bar serves Local Danu, Chinese, Myanmar, European cuisine and Vegetarian dishes. Private and romantic candle light dinners are also available upon request.
The bar opens from 10 am till midnight, and offers home made special cocktails, classic cocktails, local beer, seasonal fresh fruit juices, soft drinks, spirits, liqueurs, wine and Champagne with traditional snacks.
Dwemaenae Spa opens from 9am to 10pm (last booking at 9pm), and offers variety of treatments for body and mind.
The Library have selections of books. Special arrangements can be made for Culture Shows, Private Dining, and trekking.
Pindaya is about 3,880 feet above the sea level, and is surrounded by the hills of Southern Shan State.
During the Cool Season from November to February, the weather at night can be quite cold in Pindaya. It is hot in the Summer during the day time but temperature could drop at night.
Pindaya limestone caves are known for their nearly 7,000 Buddha images inside.
According to the legend, a local hero in the old days had rescued a beautiful princess from the hand of a spider, and hence the name "Pindaya", which was evolved from the Burmese word "Pinguya" meaning "having captured the spider."
Tourists visit Pindaya to see Pindaya Caves at Shwe U Min Pagoda. The three caves are connected together high on the cliff of a hill overlooking the lake. The longest cave stretches about 490 feet and filled with numerous Buddha images of all sizes and shapes carved from wood, stone, marble and bronze. There are believed to be over 8,000 images in the caves.
Every year in the Burmese month of Tabaung (February to March), the Pindaya Caves come alive with festivals where tens of thousands of pilgrims visit the Pagoda.
The other item of interest in Pindaya is the cottage industry making traditional paper umbrellas. Hills around Pindaya are also popular with tourists who enjoy outdoors and trekking.