Voices of Grade 10 outstanding students of 2023 on Inlay Region Study Tour

INTERVIEWER- Nay Myo Thurein


Outstanding students (Grade 10) of the academic year 2023-2024 visited the old Inlay Khaung Daing Luyechun Camp in Inlay Region, floating farms in Kaylar Village, the silverware industry in Heyar Yarwma Village, and Inlay Phaung Daw U Pagoda on 30 April. The following are the voices of those who went on a tour of the natural beauty, traditions, livelihoods, and traditional handicraft of the Inlay Region.


U San Linn
(Sein Thamadi Silver Industry, Heyar Ywama, Inlay)

“These talented youths will one day become the helmsmen and helmswomen of our country. They will be able to observe businesses that are of Inlay Lake and the condition of the lake. I am very glad to have the opportunity to show these traditional works.”

Nann Zeinn Nuu Mai
(BEHS 2 Bhamo,
Kachin State)

“I was very excited to ride the boat for the first time on the tour and amazed at the sight of floating farms on the Inlay Lake. I am very much delighted that I got to study all the places I went.”


Maung Arkar Moe
(BEHS (PLS-2) Amarapura, Mandalay Region)
“I had a lot of fun on today’s trip. I paid obeisance to the pagodas and arrived at places I’d never been before. Being an outstanding student is a turning point in my life. I will try to continue studying hard in the future.”

Maung Ye Lin Kyaw
(BEHS Khayan,
Yangon Region)

“I am very happy to have the opportunity to visit Inlay Lake. I’ve also gained experiences and general knowledge that I have never had before. I am delighted to have visited the PhaungdawU Pagoda and enjoyed the boat ride with my friends.”

Nann Chaw Su Su Theint
(BEHS 1 Hpa-An, Kayin State)

“I have never been to Inlay Lake before, and I’ve gained much knowledge from the places I visited today. It was fun, and I also made a lot of new friends on this trip. It would be nice to visit Taunggyi and Inlay again.”
Translated by CT

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