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September 23, 2019

Most Sagaing travelers visiting Bat Caves, Forest Museum: official

Travelers visiting the Forest Museum in Zin Forest Reserve, Kanbalu Township.  photo: win oo (zayyardine)
Travelers visiting the Forest Museum in Zin Forest Reserve, Kanbalu Township. 
photo: win oo (zayyardine)

Most travelers visiting Sagaing region are heading to the Bat Caves and the Forest Museum in the Zin Forest Reserve, Kanbalu Township, according to an official with the bat caves and environmental awareness and resort center.
The Forest Museum has seven animals preserved through taxidermy, 10 types of animal parts and bones, photos of animals inhabiting the forests in the region, and more than 50 species of wild animals.
“Among the many significant places of interest in the region, most of the travelers are frequenting the bat caves on their return trip from the Zalon Mountain in Bamauk Township. Thereafter, they are visiting the Forest Museum. Around 400 to 700 travelers visited the Forest Museum per month in 2019,” said the official with the bat caves and environmental awareness and resort center.
The center is located at Milepost 65 on the Shwebo-Myitkyina road, 5 miles and 2 furlongs far east of Zin village in Kanbalu Township.—Win Oo (Zayyardine) (Translated by Hay Mar)

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