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wet season burma

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I heard the wet season was not bad if I stick to the dry zone. I'll be there August.
I will fly in Yangon out Mandalay and my dates are set.
I know mandalay and bagan are in that area.
The problem is that I can't find the limits of that zone.
For exemple, Inle lake is in central Myanmar, supposedly dry zone, but the weather charts don't say that at all. I only got 9 days leaving from mandalay so I think I might skip Inle lake knowing I will visit one day hopefully.
But, for exemple, is mrauk u still part of that dry zone? And what about Hsipaw?

I'm worried, since I won't have a lot of time in Myanmar that the rain will ruin my plans.

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