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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
This place is terrific, from the arrival by long tail boat, to the elephants who Visit you at breakfast, to the scenery, ambiance, amenities, activities and service. The rooms are similar to A luxury tented safari camp and so comfortable, good bed, decent lighting, good storage, nice outdoor deck, good WiFi, mini bar, all included. Slightly quirky shower. All but 3 rooms involve climbing stairs as do some of the activities, like the boat arrival and the elephant trekking. The dining room is so charming and the staff so good you donâ€™t mind eating in the same place for all meals. There is room service tho if you want. The food is excellent and varied, a mix of Asian and Western . The other public areas including the pool and hot tub are very pleasant with nice views. Everyone naturally gathers at the Burma Bar around sunset and the talk is extremely congenial. Activities, Elephant treks are Amazing, we did two. we also did the Hill tribes visit, the Myanmar excursion, The Mekong excursion and the the Peak dinner and enjoyed them all so go with what suits you. The massages included in your package are great and work the kinks out after elephant treks. Also hikes and other elephant encounters are available, just ask This place rocketed to the top of my favorite all time places and the organized execution of everyoneâ€™s itinerary to ensure that everyone got to do their activities was nothing short of amazing
Chicago60604 - Chicago, Illinois
This was one of the most magical and special experiences of my life. The tents have to be seen to be believed, the setting is beautiful, the service and food could not have been better - all topped off by sharing a holiday with friendly elephants!
w_lucy - London, United Kingdom
One of the great risks of finally staying somewhere you have dreamed of staying is that the reality will disappoint. Fear not - the Tented Camp is actually more amazing, more wonderful, more mysterious and more peaceful than I had hoped. The tents are out of this world - one truly feels like one is in another time and place, albeit in the lap of unbridled luxury. We could have sat on our deck and watched the Ruak River flow by for hours. The elephant adventure is fabulous, and the mahuts are great. The food at the hotel is exquisite, with great variety and veggie options. The open air, jungle spa is first rate, and listening to jungle sounds while getting a treatment is magical. The only caveat - it is not easy to get around (hilly trails and very spread out) and is thus not accessible for the physically challenged. Worth every penny of the splurge.
Matt L - Chevy Chase, Maryland
To clear up a (our) misconception up-front: this is not a far away, isolated place in the middle of the jungle like you experience on an African luxury safari, but a well- constructed resort "next door"! Yes, you do take a (less than 10min) narrow-boar ride up the river from the next town, but it also only takes 5min by car on a narrow road to be back in civilization. Yes, you are in the middle of bamboos overlooking the (cultivated) fields of the Golden Triangle below, but this is not a jungle, but a small hill-side forest. Yes, you do stay in a large tent, but they are situated on huge wooden platforms, anchored with steel-beams and iron-ropes. So it is a little bit of Disney-make-belief in Thailand, and maybe that is why the nearly all American clientele is so swooning about this resort. It is, however, a luxurious and incredibly service oriented experience. The tents are furnished with all modern comfort, including WiFi, although the chairs could be a bit more comfortable to sit in and the lighting a bit stronger for reading. The balcony is huge, the outdoor shower wonderful, but for the double-flap zipper-"doors". The staff tries to read your every wish, knows your name and will pamper you all around. Getting around can be a challenge for the less mobile ones, as the paths are uneven, sometimes a bit steep and - obviously - dark at night (you are in a forest!). The view from the restaurant is stunning, the Elephant Bar a nice retreat (would be even nicer if it also opens AFTER dinner), the massages wonderful and the food selection and quality excellent. Be prepared to get (very) wet during your elephant ride and keep your mouth shut when he/she blows a trunk-full of river water on your head! The Golden Triangle and Burma excursion are overly touristy and more suited for novices to Asia. So, yes - do go and visit for three or four days, be prepared to be pampered (you do pay for it), but also have a realistic expectation on where you will be.
MJN - Salzburg, Austria
Before I book the hotel I was plan on a trip with my colleague to Chiang Rai however my mom really want to visit this place due to elephant experience. So I booked for 3 days 2 night and it' were an incredible stay. We really enjoy our times there and donâ€™t want to leave. The hotel are very unique there are locate in the beautiful jungle of Thailand. The hotel is all inclusive which include elephant mahout experiencer, spa, excursion and food (in room dining are included depend on yours like). every meals I had are very well cook and tasteful. There are only one restaurant for breakfast lunch and dinner. There are varieties of asian food (thai and Burmes) and international. Special request food also available. There are Burma bars which locate in another end of the main facilities. This is the place where you can enjoy drinks and sunset. The spa are very nice and locate away from the tent camp and other facilities which give you a time to enjoy your private treatment with the nature sound. Room treatment also available for free. The Tented are well organize and in good condition with very nice decorate. There are outdoor shower, tub, air con and heater in the tent. Also min bar are all free and 2 time house keeping.
iklalanla - Thailand