Dattawgyaik Waterfall is located in Ani Sakhan which is the half way point between Mandalay and Pyin Oo Lwin. The height of the waterfall is nearly 400ft (122m) and the depth is about 300ft (91m).
National Kandawgyi Garden was first founded during 1915-16 by a British botanist, Mr. Roger. The original area of the Botanical Garden was 170acres of land and 70 acres of water spread totaling 240 acres. In several plots were planted 4840 trees planted, mostly of the pine varieties. Additionally, 575 different floral species and many exotic fruits, flowers and shady trees from overseas were acclimatized to grow in this Garden.
The building of this Pagoda has a history of its own. The reason was that three marble Buddha Images sculpted in Mandalay were being transported to their planned destination in China. On this journey, one of the Buddha statues fell from the lorry and could not be reloaded due to its weight. After many attempts, this Image was left behind and the other two were taken on their way. At this place, a Pagoda was built for the travelers to pay homage.
This cave is located near Wetwun village, 12 miles (19km) north east of Pyin Oo Lwin and it is 3 miles south of the village, easily accessible by car. The cave is at the entrance to the Peik Chin Myaung ravine, with many beautiful springs. When the rocks in the cave began to form, the place was under seawater.
Pwe Kauk Waterfall is located about 8km from Pyin Oo Lwin. It is also called Hampshire Falls in British times. It's a very pleasant picnic spot.