Heho is a small town in Kalaw Township of Taunggyi District in Shan State and the primary gateway to Inle Lake – the second largest lake of the country. It links to the Taunggyi and Sakangyi through the National Highway No.4. Getting here is quite easy. A flight will quickly take you to the Heho International Airport from Yangon, Mandalay. When arrive, bus or taxi is recommended to travel around and reach Inle Lake – the must-see place in Heho where you can see the unique leg-rowers. There are not so many things you can do here unless you travel to the neighboring sites like Taunggyi or Shan State, you will find out many interesting places. Pindaya Caves of the town of Pindaya is one of the significant beauties of the area with thousands of Buddha images. It’s best for you to visit Heho in the festival season when the locals held the Shin Pyu Festival – also known as the Buddhist Orders Festival. Shin Pyu Festival is a special ceremony of the Burmese in which the master will admit son of some families to be a monk for a new life without possession and worrying.