PindayaAbout 40 km north of Aungban is the town of Pindaya, noted for its extensive limestone caves and picturesque lake. The highly scenic Aungban - Pindaya road passes through and Pa-O and Danu villages of Pwehal and Ji-Chanzi. There are fields of dry-cultivated mountain rice along the way and potato fields where the tuber is grown in red mud mounds.
Pindaya itself is a centre for the Burmese speaking Taungyo perple. Local handicrafts include Shan Paper made from mulberry bark and parasols made from the same paper.