Myanmar Vineyard


Located at Aythaya, 3 miles west of Taunggyi, this vineyard – the country's first – sits at an elevation of 4290ft on well-watered, limestone-rich soils, providing good growing conditions for Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin blanc and moscato grapes. It's open daily for tours, tastings and wine sales. There's an attached restaurant which serves pricey Western and Shan food.

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Nearby Taunggyi attractions

1. Min Kyaung

1.24 MILES

A Buddhist temple that features gaudy statuary and a pagoda styled after the Mahabodhi temple at Bodhgaya in India.

2. Market

1.35 MILES

Taunggyi's main market is the busiest place in town from the early morning to the mid-afternoon.

5. Mosque

1.51 MILES

One of Taunggyi's four mosques.

6. Mosque

1.58 MILES

Mosque in downtown Taunggyi.

7. St Joseph's Cathedral

1.63 MILES

The principal place of worship for Taunggyi's Roman Catholics. The church dates back to 1873, but was rebuilt in 1951. The cathedral is closed outside of…

8. Yat Taw Mu Pagoda

1.64 MILES

This Buddhist temple in the southwest of Taunggyi is dominated by a 60ft-high standing Buddha.