This place is just amazing. It is a non profit that trains local people to work in the hotel industry. Looking to be sustainable, currently a percentage of income comes from people staying there.
The nonprofit also has a small aquarium where you can learn about local fish species, some of them threatened, and they’re also part of an effort to bring Burmese cats back to the country and have a section where you can go see the cats.
There are day-visitors, but there is a clear separation so they cannot access the area where guests stay.
Very relaxing, great service, would stay here again.
My only dislike is that it is hard to get out and do things on your own because you are surrounded by the lake, so you are quite dependent on the boats and what you can negotiate with them.
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