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August 16, 2021 | Last Modified: 2021

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Yourantai Manor is located on a hill about 600 meters above sea level in Xishuangbanna. It overlooks the Lancang River and enjoys a rare tropical atmosphere in China. At a glance, you have a panoramic view of Jinghong City and the three bridges across the river.

Covering an area of ​​about 25 acres, surrounded by verdant tropical gardens and reclaimed rainforests, the manor’s building is constructed by optimizing the recycled huge tropical woods with coarse-mined Dai craftsmanship, mixing beautiful Dai and Thai elements, and integrating the collection of Han for many years. Antique furniture, and equipped with modern and comfortable equipment.

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Buildings at Yourantai are inspired by traditional Dai architecture. Yourantai was designed by Lynn and Gerard; the wooden superstructures were built by Dai village carpenters using traditional methods and craftsmanship; other teams of local workers brought their own skills to realize stone and brickwork, walls, floors, doors and windows, bathrooms and the hidden electric systems.

With this unique partnership, Yourantai redefines the beauty of traditional Dai architecture. Most of the wood used in Yourantai's construction was salvaged from old Dai village houses when many Dai villages are striving to modernize by replacing ageing traditional-style wooden houses with concrete and brick structures.

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Yourantai Manor is located on a hill about 600 meters above sea level in Xishuangbanna. It overlooks the Lancang River and enjoys a rare tropical atmosphere in China. At a glance, you have a panoramic view of Jinghong City and the three bridges across the river.

Covering an area of ​​about 25 acres, surrounded by verdant tropical gardens and reclaimed rainforests, the manor’s building is constructed by optimizing the recycled huge tropical woods with coarse-mined Dai craftsmanship, mixing beautiful Dai and Thai elements, and integrating the collection of Han for many years. Antique furniture, and equipped with modern and comfortable equipment.

Buildings at Yourantai are inspired by traditional Dai architecture. Yourantai was designed by Lynn and Gerard; the wooden superstructures were built by Dai village carpenters using traditional methods and craftsmanship; other teams of local workers brought their own skills to realize stone and brickwork, walls, floors, doors and windows, bathrooms and the hidden electric systems.

With this unique partnership, Yourantai redefines the beauty of traditional Dai architecture. Most of the wood used in Yourantai's construction was salvaged from old Dai village houses when many Dai villages are striving to modernize by replacing ageing traditional-style wooden houses with concrete and brick structures.

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