Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle in Chiang Rai, Thailand
Go on the adventure of a lifetime in the wondrous natural surroundings of Northern Thailand. Tucked away in the historic Golden Triangle region, Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is the first all-inclusive Resort for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Here you will discover the joys of interacting with elephants, explore mountain trails and bamboo jungles, and unwind in superb luxury tents.
After an active day, unwind with a massage and share your adventures with a small close-knit community of fellow adventures over your dining experience. For those special occasions arrange a picnic in the jungle, by the river, in the garden or a private dinner in the wine cellar where you will enjoy a selection of your favorite dishes paired with impressive wines.
To get to the camp, Chiang Rai is a 75-minute flight from Bangkok International Airport (BKK). Chiang Rai International Airport (CEI) is located 8 kilometres (5 miles) from downtown Chiang Rai, about 65 kilometres (40 miles) south of Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle. By road the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is approximately a 4 hour scenic journey through Thailand. There is also helicopter service between the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle and Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai which offers spectacular views of the northern Thai countryside.
Location of Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
Nearest Airport: CEI, CNX
Amenities for Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
- Outdoor Dining
- Private Dining
- Wine Cellar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Outdoor Whirlpool
- Cooking Classes
- Wildlife Viewing
- Elephant Trekking
- Nature Hikes
- Active & Adventure
- Food & Wine
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Luxury Tents & Open Air
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
Where to start! This was a dream for a very long time and finally this time we stayed here for real. It was dick's 50th birthday so I had to find something special and that's exactly what we found, something very special! I started this journey by getting in contact with Reza, the camp manager, and letting him know that this trip is a special one. Wow, his colleagues and he, went above and beyond to make this a trip we would never forget! The contact between me and him, was on my part, like a friend I am mailing with. From the beginning we got in contact, het helped me out with everything and came with suggestions. So many surprises in stall for us, we got goosebumps one after another. We arriver a few hours earlier in Chiang Rai, after we where able to get an earlier flight from Bangkok. I called the Tented Camp and of course they will be waiting for us at the arrival hall at the airport. after about an hour we got to the jetty for the boat to brings us to the Camp, I lovely ladies was waiting for us at the jetty to help us with all the pasport handeling. What an amazing way to arrive, you can't beat an arrival like that. on arrival, several staff members where waiting for us and we felt really welcome. what strikes us most, was the silence( except for al the rainforest noises) that was there. very peacefully and in the background you could hear the elephants. what an welcome! They took us to our "tent" in an old army vehicle, OMG, one surprise after another. arriving at our tent, we where mind blowed, this is not a tent, can't describe what it really is, other than one the most amazing places we have ever been! This camp in all inclusive, so we ordered a club sandwich and ate it on our terrace with view over Myanmar, wow, you never get tired of this view. we were in tent 13. The next day was Dick's 50th birthday, I did sent Reza some birthday decoration material, a few weeks before we arrived, for them to decorate the tent. not to much just classy. They decorated the tent while we were at breakfast and at this breakfast, it was also our first encounter with the elephants.scary at first, but you'll love them later. After breakfast we started out Mahout training, when arriving at the elephant Camp you'll see these boys and girls are huge. For some kind of strange reason, I felt in contact with them and wasn't scared at all. they are so gentle and yes, it's very high when you sit on their head, but the experience is amazing! After lunch we had some time off to relax at the pool with we had for our selves. as this camp has only 15 tents, it's never getting crowded and probably you'll see each other during meal times and sunset drinks. We had an afternoon spa appointment, another great experience in the middle of the jungle with al the noises that comes with it. For dinner, Reza surprised with an special dinner at the Elephant Camp, words cannot describe what a surprise this was. we where treated like royalty and the setting was amazing. Also the food(one of the best Thai food we have had!!!) Thank you Kok Pik for making this great dinner, the waiter, San, who was great to talk to. we had two locals playing music and at last, we had 5 wishing lanterns to let go and again, goosebumps everywhere, even when I am writing this. An evening we never forget and what a way to spent your 50th birthday! We had two private tours on our second day, we stayed three nights, one Golden Triangle in the morning and one to Myanmar in the afternoon, both where amazing and showed us the local life. our tour guide, we had the same for both the tours(sorry forgot his name :-() took us to some amazing places. we loved the Myanmar tour most, it was a visit back in time. All the food during our stay was great, enough choices and you could order something that wasn't on the menu. After our stay at the Tented Camp, we went to the Four Seasons in Chiangmai, again all this was arranged by Reza. We wanted to do two stops on our way and had to pay extra for that, what was totally fine. we stoped at the Karen Long Neck tripe, but for us, that was a waste of time. it felt like an open air museum. And we wanted to leave very fast. this is our opinion, other people may like it of course. The second stop was at the White Temple, this one you have to see! it is mind blowing. Please follow us on Instagram @ dickentonny for more pics and travel stories of us. This stay was an expensive experience, but one we didn't wanted to have missed. Thank you Reza and everybody at the Tentend Camp for this journey of a lifetime and looking forward meeting you again somewhere on this world! Tonny and Dick
Dickentoon - The Hague, The Netherlands
The tented camp is a very luxurious, rustic resort. My family and I visited for 4 days. While we were at the camp we rode elephants, walked with them at a sanctuary, visited Chiang Rai and had a few spa treatments. The elephant programs are amazing. The experience is unbeatable in and of itself and the four seasons makes it ten times better. The Mahouts are very nice and will make your times with the elephants wonderful. The staff was very kind and easy to deal with. Our guide that we had for our Chiang Rai tour was very funny and knowledgeable. Moving on to the rooms... My brother and I had a tent to ourselves and so did our parents. The tents are small, but have a very large back deck and spacious interior. The tents themselves are well decorated with decor that give a rustic feel to the room. After all, you are in the middle of the jungle. There is an outdoor shower and attached bathroom separated by doors that zip up. There is a bathtub in the middle of the room with two vanities. A queen sized bed was in my parents room, and twins in ours. The view was unbeatable. While showering you could look out and see Laos, Myanmar, and southern China. The walk to the restaurant, pool, spa, and concierge was long but definitely worth it. I would recommend staying at the tented camp if you find yourself in Thailand!
AdrienneHein - Valparaiso, Indiana
This is an amazing property. The resort is all-inclusive which is liberating in some ways but it adds some pressure to try to eat and drink enough to make the staggeringly steep price pay off. The experience of the resort pretty quickly allows you to forget the price, however. The staff is exceptionally attentive at all levels. Everything is done to perfection. Food and drinks are excellent and are available in tent or at the restaurant. The Burma Bar serves excellent drinks in a lovely setting. The wine cellar is fun for trying wines along with cheese and crackers before dinner. The elephants were the main attraction for us. They come to breakfast every morning and can be seen in their large habitat along the road leading to the hotel. The mahout training and riding are tremendous. A side trip to Burma was fascinating and we had a fabulous guide (I forgot to write down his name unfortunately). The rooms are tents, but they are fully air conditioned and very comfortable. There was an outdoor living room area located next to our tent which was really lovely. The spa is in an outdoor setting up in the trees and was very relaxing. The pool area was beautifully done and empty so it felt like a private pool. Even though there were other guests at the resort if often felt like we were able to have the whole place to ourselves. It was a once in a lifetime experience that we will always remember.
travelpsychologist - New York City, New York
Not a detail missed. First class food. Drink and accomodations. I loved the outdoor shower. And massage on my tent balcony! Burma tour is a must and of course the elephant experience is best of its kind.
da89420 - Warsaw, IN
Three days in paradise - a truly once in a lifetime experience that is indeed nonpareil. The dreamlike atmosphere, the gentle giants and a perfect staff complement this exotic locale! Throw away the bucket list, top ten and all that - journey to Chiang Saen and indulge yourself in this truly unique locale.
æ¸é³ å - Honolulue, United States