Yandabo Home, Irrawaddy River
Myanmar, Irrawaddy River

Info : Yandabo Home

This set of twelve rooms is based amongst the local homes of the river-side village of Yandabo on the banks of the Irrawaddy between Bagan and Mandalay.

The village inhabitants are known for their proficiency in clay pottery, an art which has become an integral part of their daily lives. The village is also home to farmers and fishermen, altogether making it a great base for getting to know local traditions and handicrafts. The village is also heavily populated by buffalo's walked by their farmers at sunrise each day creating an idyllic picture.

The cabins are clean and modern sitting perched on appealing teak wood decking. A stay here is all about getting a taste of authentic village life and as such there is no internet or Wifi here.

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Comfort - This is our lead in category. There will generally be a no frills approach and while some will be characterful, some will do exactly what it says on the tin - provide a clean, comfortable and good value place to spend the night. These places are normally 3* hotels.

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My favourite [guide] was Aung in Mandalay. We only had him for one day, but he was determined to show us as much of Mandalay as possible in the time allotted, was obviously very proud of his city and country and was a pleasure to be with. He even took us to meet his uncle who was the Abbott of one of the many monasteries.

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