Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
Golden Triangle, Northern Thailand, Thailand
At a Glance
15 overly luxurious tents and a Two-Bedroom Explorer's Lodge, perfect for families
Outstanding Four Seasons service and attention to detail
Gourmet cuisine served in a variety of different locations
Multitude of activities including visits to neighbouring Burma and Laos
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
The best time to visit Chiang Rai is between October and April. The monsoon season traditionally begins in May and lasts through to October, with July to September usually being the time of heaviest rain. The hottest month is April, when temperatures can hit the 40s. The cooler months of November to January will be a good time to travel if you don't like the heat, with the average day temperature slightly below 30°C.
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Discover the legendary Golden Triangle up in the north of Thailand, at the fantastically luxurious Four Seasons Tented Camp, stunningly located on the border of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar, and overlooking the Mekong River.
Usually accessed by river boat, and set amidst Thailand’s exotic bamboo jungles, there is a spectacular and unique experience awaiting the more active at the safari-style Four Seasons Tented Camp.
With just 15 supremely luxurious tented accommodations – complete with roll top baths and attention to detail that is second to none - a three or four night adventure here is inclusive of exquisite cuisine, wines from the cellar as well as many activities such as learning how to train the camp’s elephants, river trips on the mighty Mekong and learning more about this fascinating region’s culture and tradition.
The tents themselves have got to be seen to be believed, you'd be forgiven if you thought you'd just stepped into a luxury city hotel room, until of course you look out the windows to the dramatic landscape encompassing you. Additionally the newly built Explorer's Lodge offers extra space for families. With two bedrooms, spacious deck and outdoor pool, it allows families with teens plenty of space to relax and soak up the natural surroundings.
Whether it is a meal in the Four Seasons Tented Camp's dining room, around the fire or having a drink on your balcony as the sun sets over the beautiful river scenery, a stay here is an experience never to be forgotten.
The Four Seasons Tented Camp has 15 luxury tents with rustic safari style décor using local materials such as bamboo, hardwood and leather. Each tent has a large open plan bathroom with a hand hammered copper bath, huge outdoor deck with daybeds and spacious living area. The Deluxe Tents have wooden hot tubs on the outdoor decks. There is a minimum three night stay. All tents feature: down pillows, wifi, minibar, phone, safe, and tea and coffee facilities. Tents all have a unique design based on their name, it could have a culinary focus or a hunting focus to name a couple! New for 2016 is the Explorer's Lodge, a new two bedroom lodge with a spacious deck and outdoor pool, ideal for families.
Children under the age of 12 years are not accepted at the Four Seasons Tented Camp but teenagers will love the adventure of tented accommodation and all of the exciting activities to enjoy in the surrounding countryside.
The Four Seasons Tented Camp has one restaurant where guests can chose to eat together 'safari style' or dine separately and sundowners over a chat about people's adventures of the day are a great tradition here. Dining experiences can change from day to day, there may be a picnic lunch set up on one day or a barbecue under the stars for dinner. There is a bar, wine cellar, two open air salas for spa treatments (each guest has one complimentary treatment) and a freeform swimming pool.
Excursions at the Four Seasons Tented Camp are numerous and include river trips, hill tribe visits, jungle trekking, nature walks, talks on local history and culture, bird watching, fishing, cooking classes and craft classes.
Louise Canton (Staff)
The tents here are designed by the famous architect Bill Bensley and the detail is incredible. Each tent has a different design theme and look over the remote countryside for a really off the beaten track experience. One of my favourite places I've ever stayed, there really are no words to describe this remarkable hotel and the service is second to none.
Clare Barratt (Staff)
Your stay here is something you will be talking about for years to come. Staying in the most luxurious tent you will ever feast your eyes on, with views out to Burma and Laos and the fabulous Four Seasons service to match is just heaven. Although I would say, expect some strange wildlife noises at nights and bugs because you are after all in the jungle! But don't let this deter you as this is what makes the experience so special. Being all-inclusive means you really don't have to think about anything whilst you're there, well except your activity choice of the day or your evening beverage. Everything is taken care of for you, it is unlike any other camping experience.
Evi-Elli La Valle (Staff)
Wow, what an experience staying here! Who knew that tents could be so luxurious and even have roll top baths in them! This is arguably the most luxurious tented camp in Asia and it does come at a price - although absolutely everything is included in your stay including all meals and an enticing programme of activities. They even through in a spa treatment for good measure. With no TV and no children, the atmosphere is so peaceful and relaxing, all to the stunning backdrop of Thai, Lao and Burmese scenery.
Anantara, Golden Triangle - Explore Three Countries in One Day
Uncover the mysteries of the Golden Triangle and explore the unique character and traditions of Thailand and Myanmar, with the option of adding on an experience in Laos. Where else can you say you visited three countries in a single day?
Anantara, Golden Triangle - Mahout Experience
This interactive educational experience will allow you to discover the strong bond between elephants and their mahouts. Master the Thai commands to instruct these intelligent creatures yourself and get a taste of everyday life as a mahout.
Floating Market at Khlong Lat Mayom
Only open at weekends, Khlong Lat Mayom is one of Bangkok's best floating markets, and it is only a short journey from the city centre. This is one of the prettiest floating markets, and a great place to try some mouth-watering local Thai delicacies.
Four Seasons, Golden Triangle - Elephant Bathing
Join the elephants at the Four Seasons Golden Triangle Tented Camp as they enjoy their morning bath.
Four Seasons, Golden Triangle - My Elephant and I
Journey into the jungle on foot with the elephants and their mahouts on their daily walk, and watch as these gentle giants splash in the river or play in the mud, snack on leaves from nearby branches and socialise with the herd.
Visit to the Shanga workshop
Pay a visit to the Shanga workshop in Arusha, a local, socially-conscious, company which employs people with disabilities to create stunning hand-made jewellery and glassware. Admire the beautiful creations while contributing to the local community.
Wat Rong Khun
Wat Rong Khun, or rather the White Temple as it is better known as amongst foreigners, is located between Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai and is a rather spectacular temple, very different from the many others in the area.
Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai & Koh Samui
inc flights & transfers for 11 nights
- Dive into the bustling energy of Bangkok, whilst staying at the most luxurious hotel in the capital on the Chao Phraya river
- Experience an early morning excursion to Wat Pho to listen to the monks chanting in the temple
- Submerge in the abundant rural beauty of Chaing Mai, spot wildlife and experience the hill tribe way of life
Location & directions
Golden Triangle, Northern Thailand, Thailand
Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is located in the Chiang Rai province of northern Thailand. Bordering Myanmar (Burma) to the north and Laos to the east, mountainous Chiang Rai province lies an average of 580 metres (1,900 feet) above sea level.
How to get there
11-hour international flight to Bangkok International Suvarnabhumi Airport, followed by a 1-hour domestic flight to Chiang Rai Mae Fah Luang International Airport. The Four Seasons Tented Camp is around a 70-minute drive from the airport.
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