It comes as no surprise that Khamti is such a hotspot for with international and local vacationers alike; the surrounding region is home to a treasure-trove of wonderful natural and man-made attractions.
An effective way to truly appreciate a place is by knowing about its past. So be sure to visit the ruins while you are in the area. Learn something new by visiting Burma/Myanmar's excellent art galleries, craft workshops and history museums.
Hot air ballooning is the perfect activity for visitors longing to bring out their more adventurous side.
The culinary arts are an integral element of any area and a great way to get a feel for a place. Ngapi (fermented seafood) as well as a thoke (salads) are often included as part of dishes. Tea leaf salad and shan-style rice (fish rice) are two local specialties for you to try. Burma/Myanmar desserts such as halawa (sticky rice, butter and coconut) are also a good thing to try. If you are after a typical non-alcoholic option, try black tea.
If you intend on traveling by plane, keep in mind that the nearest major airport is Rowriah Airport, 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the northwest of Khamti.