Homalin is a town in north western Myanmar which lies on the Chindwin River, surrounded by forested mountains that rise to an elevation of 2700 metres. The remote Tamanthi Wildlife Reserve, home to elephants, leopards, tigers and bears, is located to the north of Homalin.
The Naga and Kuki ethnic groups are native to the surrounding area, and the Naga new year festival takes place in January. For exact dates and festival listings, go to our Myanmar festival calendar.
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