SAC Chairman Prime Minister Senior General inspects maintenance of National Kandawgyi Garden, Pwekauk Waterfall

Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing yesterday afternoon inspected the maintenance of the National Kandawgyi Garden in PyinOoLwin.
At the briefing hall, officials reported on facts and figures for the garden, renovation of water inlet channels and underground drains for ensuring proper flow of water into the lakes in the garden, maintenance of the garden by workers and arrangements to hold the 15th flower festival.
In his response to the reports, the Senior General said that only when lakes must be prepared with beautifying works and storing water in the lakes can visitors be attracted. The Senior General stressed the need to coordinate measures on the inflow of water and storage between local authorities and relevant ministries.
The Senior General noted that it is necessary to nurture flowery plants in the garden and operate the flowery research farm so as to maintain the domestic species of flowery plants. The Senior General instructed officials to carry out greening of the Kandawgyi Garden and ensure the proper flow of water into the lakes.
The Senior General and party viewed round the National Kandawgyi Garden by car and inspected the progress of the spillway at the Kandawlay Lake.
As a lesser volume of water flowed into lakes in the National Kandawgyi Garden in previous years, the Senior General on his inspection tour of PyinOoLwin in September and December 2021 and April 2022 gave guidance on the proper flow of water into the lakes in the garden and watershed area and inspected natural springs including Nyaungni spring. As such, the Kandawgyi Lake stores 31 feet and eight inches deep of water level this year compared to 16 feet deep of water last year. No 1 lake stores 6.5 feet deep of water against six feet deep storage capacity, No 2 lake seven feet meeting the target and No 3 lake 8.8 feet deep water against 11 feet deep water, and water resource maintenance is being carried out.
On the morning of 1 December, the Senior General visited the Pwekauk waterfall resort (BE Fall).
Chairman of Myanmar Economic Corporation Lt-Gen Nyo Saw reported on the brief history of the BE Fall, public relaxation, preparations to expand the jungle walkway, and construction of sky cable. The Senior General stressed the need to beautify the fall for public relaxation and clean the walkway in the jungle.
The Senior General cordially greeted the people who took relaxation at Pwekauk Waterfall Resort (BE Fall) after inspecting the progress of Sky Cable.
After enjoying the elephant clever show and fed them. Next, the Senior General inspected the jungle walkway and the site for the sky cable landing area.
Pwekauk Waterfall was not set in a systematic layout plan. There were many shops and undisciplined littering and cutting of trees causing environmental degradation. In accord with the guidance of the Senior General on his inspection tour, the waterfall was upgraded. Water from the fall uses the natural water treatment system for the people to take healthy relaxation. The resort is formed with three inner waterfalls and the LED glass bridge was built there. The area is facilitated with a glass bridge, suspension bridge, log house, coffee shop, jungle walkways, relaxation centres and playgrounds. At present, a 554 metres long sky cable is under construction and will be commissioned into service soon. — MNA

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