Heho (Burmese: ဟဲဟိုး)
is a small town in Kalaw Township, Taunggyi District, Shan State of Myanmar (formerly Burma).
It was a small village of Danu people. The village grew into a town in the 1920s when the single-line railway line was extended from Aungban to Shwenyaung, and Heho was determined to be a convenient intermediate stop and transfer point. Later an airport was built, 4 km (2.5 mi) northwest of the town.
Kalaw (Burmese: ကလောမြို့)
is a hill town in Kalaw Township, Taunggyi District, Shan State of Myanmar (formerly Burma).
Kalaw town is set amongst glorious pine forests. Many colonial-era buildings constructed by British in Kalaw remain with various states of decay. They are quaint, eerily quiet and seemingly undisturbed. Kalaw blends influences of Indian and Nepalese culture. This region has a significant population of Nepali Gurkhas, Indian Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims who were brought to Kalaw by the British to build the railway line.