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Lake of No Return

Nampong | Near Pangsau Pass, Changlang, India
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This lake is in Myanmar. During World War II it became graveyard for a large number of fighter planes of Allied Forces.

I had heard of this lake for many years and had been desirous of visiting this lake having lived in... read more

Reviewed October 1, 2017
SatyendraGarg
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New Delhi, India
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Lake of no return is a very adventurous place. Live to vist it with my friends. We enjoyed a lot. I... read more

Reviewed February 3, 2017
Arunk9805
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Nampong | Near Pangsau Pass, Changlang, India
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Reviewed 1 October 2017

I had heard of this lake for many years and had been desirous of visiting this lake having lived in Arunachal Pradesh for more than 5 years. My chance to see it came this month when we visited Pangsau Pass. This lake is in Myanmar,...More

2  Thank SatyendraGarg
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Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

Lake of no return is a very adventurous place. Live to vist it with my friends. We enjoyed a lot. I like it.

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Reviewed 28 June 2016

The lake has many stories associated with it. During World War II, a number of pilots chose the lake for emergency soft landing when they were attacked by the enemies. In this process a number of aircrafts disappeared and drowned in the lake. So the...More

8  Thank savio_pinto12
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Reviewed 31 May 2016

Not only is the name unique; it served a unique purpose as well. The lake aided in soft landing of aircrafts that were hit by enemies during Second World War while on their return mission. The lake was the chosen destination for landing when aircraft...More

1  Thank renthlei_tetei
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Reviewed 20 February 2015

The lake of no return on the Indo-Myanmar border is actually about 5 Kms inside myanmar....it is not developed as a tourist attraction so you may not plan to drive upto there but one may still witness from a height on the border and see...More

2  Thank preetman9
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Reviewed 16 August 2014

Quite excited to visit Pangsau pass and see the mysterious Lake of no return in the Indo- Myanmar border. Great view of the lake from the Pangsau village of Myanmar

2  Thank JojiJoshuaPhilipose
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Reviewed 1 February 2013

First of all not sure why Trip Advisor is listing the lake in Arunachal Pradesh as actually it is one the Myanmar side. My visit to the lake was coinciding with the Pangsu Pass Winter Festival 2013 being held on the India side.It was nothing...More

8  Thank GeetanjaliDhar
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Reviewed 22 January 2013

Not at all a place to visit. Seeing the number of visitors I actually thought that we are approaching a grt8 destination. But after reaching there all enthusiasm vanished. There is absolutely nothing. It is situated in the border of India and Myanmar and also...More

2  Thank Saurabh76
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