Yandabo Home

Located in the heart of a pottery making village, Yandabo Home softly blends with local village life.


Yandabo Home can be reached either by boat or by car from different locations such as Mandalay, Bagan and Myingyan. The approximate length of travel will vary between one to four hours. Yandabo is located on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, following the Bagan to Mandalay route.


Yandabo home is small enough to feel intimate, offering 12 rooms (four doubles and eight twins) located in the midst of village life. Intentionally no internet/wifi or television is provided for here.  Just for one night, take a digital detox, and bond with nature. The rooms are modern, with air conditioning, safe facility in spacious surroundings with home comforts, including L'Occitane toiletries and minibar.

The restaurant is the heart of Yandabo House located above a central teak deck overlooking the river. From this focal point witness the village awakening  and mesmerizing sunsets over the Irrawaddy River.


  • Walk along the shore
  • Visit the village of Pan Nyo by boat
  • Witness the villages largest gathering of inhabitants - 4000 buffaloes

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