The watershed of mighty Ayeyarwady river, (1350 miles) and the golden covered Chin Dwin river (594 miles) are started from the northern part of Myanmar . The Himalaya ranges are also covered some part of northern part of the leveling. And also covered with rain forest. The natural resource such as Timber, Jade, gold, and biodiversities are very rich in this area. The botanist researcher Dr F Kingdon Ward was the first discoverer of this region in botanical research. The Japanese mountain hiker Mr. Takashi O Zaki and Mr Nama Gyun Sein of the local Rawan tribe are the first conquerers of 5885 mile high snow-capped mountain, Mt Khakaborazi (the highest mountain in south east Asia) recently in 1996. The Tarong tribe (3′ 26”) height Myanmar pygmy people live at the northern part of Myanmar at base of Mt. Khakaborazi (Tarong village). They are now suffered less of their generation. Only four persons of pure Tarong remain at present. This is the last frontier tribes for researchers of Anthropology.
The areas are covered with this green forest, clean flowing river, the beautiful simple tribes and nature conservation parks, the uniqueness of those areas.