Do you know about Ginkgo Village. So let me tell you my experience. He made the right choice and rode in a four-wheel-drive truck to the stalls. From there we have to walk to the top of the village. It usually takes about 5 minutes. The shops are small. I crave food. Jade jewelry and other local handicrafts; After exploring the memorabilia, I reached the top of the village, barely visible.

I could see a hundred-year-old fruit trees in the park, but now it is more beautiful in the village. It feels like a real Chinese car with ancient Chinese house designs and yellow plants. The busiest time in the village is November. I’m not sure if it will be in October or not, so I’m able to take some photos as I like. You do not want to be frustrated if you cannot get the right pitch so invest in a good capo.


At the entrance of the village, there is a swamp. There are people waiting like dressed up as characters. You will have to pay to take a photo. The shops are full of bakeries and jewelry stores. There are many souvenir shops in Ginkgo.

Most of the homestay houses are here for one night. Many people stay for two nights. Tour packages from Myanmar often include an overnight stay here. It is often associated with a restaurant and a guest house. Chinese cuisine is good to eat. If you know how to drink alcohol, rice wine is the best choice. Chinese beers are very soft and have a low alcohol content. When rice alcohol fell again, it was 42%.

In this village alone, 500 years. You can also study large trees, such as 1,000-year-olds. The village is big and you have to walk around a lot. Will you leave the village and go to the monastery on the top of the hill? You can also go down the mountain and visit the Blue Lake Waterfall. So the time is almost a day. I had to get it done in a hurry. A good night’s sleep will be most comfortable.

One hundred green fruits

What we have seen in a hundred years is yellow. But here you see only greens. They eat. When I come, I taste it. If you buy a plate, it is not less than one. I was surrounded by about six people. Do you have to pay 15 yuan? It is not allowed to sell 100-year-old yellow fruits here. I also noticed that they were only allowed to sell real greens because they were green from the area.

Language barrier

Like China, it is difficult to speak. Very few people know English. There are also some people who rarely speak Burmese. It is best to go with someone who speaks Chinese.

Other things to do around Ginkgo Village

As mentioned earlier, when we left the village, we often visited the monastery on the hill. If you go down the hill without going to the monastery, there is a waterfall and a blue lake. There are less people coming and going there. The busiest was on the glass floor near the Baggi Gate on the other side of the village. You can also dance outside the glass floor. It is secured with a rope. You have to pay.

It has a gorge and a stream at the bottom and beautiful mountains at the back. Ideal for those who want to take photos. You have to buy socks from them to enter the glass floor. Disposable items like plastic bags. I have to pay 5 yuan. It’s not terribly interesting, but it is strangely watchable.

When I got to Ginkgo village, I felt peaceful. It was as if I could see the villagers living long and healthy lives among the hundreds of years. I also began to like the taste of the hundred-year-old fruit. When I arrived in this village, the first thing that came to my mind was Naungin village near Kengtung. I feel that the identification of such a tourist attraction is still weak.

Here their houses are being restored, and the whole village’s economy is being taken over by tourism. Homestays can also be done carefully. Plants are also valued and loved. That’s where the income comes from. It is true that we are saddened to think of such small villages, which we have a long way to go, even though we can do it in practice. I feel the same way everyone who visits Ginkgo village