Myanmar’s official name is The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, named such in 1989. We use “Myanmar” as much as possible, balancing it with the reality that much of the world still surfs the net for “Burma” and we want everyone to find us easily so they can discover Myanmar. In addition, when we talk about the years the land was called Burma, we call it by its historical name. In this way, we can convey the rich past of the country now known as Myanmar and better reach potential visitors all over the world.
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Central Mandalay, Hotel Yadanarbon promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Airport transfer, car park, tours, disabled facilities, coffee shop are there for guest's enjoyment. Relax in your comfortable guestroom, featuring satellite/cable TV, seating area, mini bar, shower, television LCD/plasma screen. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Mandalay, Hotel Yadanarbon will make you feel instantly at home.
Watch the famous Intha Leg Rowers ply the waters of one of southeast Asia’s most remarkable lakes.
Where to Stay
Whether you’re traveling solo, with a companion, or as a family, there’ll be a perfect place in Myanmar for you to spend your vacation.
Ancient relics and statues await you within the depths of the sacred Saddar Cave.
U Bein's Bridge
Cross the world’s largest teak bridge and marvel at the beauty of Taungthaman Lake.
The Colorful Akha Stay Connected to Nature
The Akha offer travelers a unique cultural experience. You can view their humble lives and watch them chase away evil spirits.
Rare wildlife, impressive temples and miles of pristine coastline – welcome to CoCo Islands.
At a Glance
Planning a trip to Myanmar/Burma? Check out these tips to help you prepare for this unforgettable journey.
A List of '10 Best Places' to Enjoy in Myanmar
You may not be able to fit them all into one trip, but here are the places and attractions that are exercising a magnetic force over tourists these days.