December 31, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
There have been so many positive and accurate reviews of this truly fabulous property that it seems unnecessary to repeat all the praise...the impeccable service, stunning location and movie set decor is as special as everyone says. That said, there are a few things that may be helpful: -How many nights? We booked four and actually stayed three, which seemed perfect. Two would be totally fine just to have this in your travel experiences. However, definitely arrive via Chiang Rai (1 hour drive) rather than Chiang Mai (41/2 hour drive) or you will lose half your day to travel. -The accommodations ARE tents. Luxury, sturdy, fully equipped, stunning, amenity-filed tents but still tents with canvas walls--this means loud conversation can be heard on the walkway and the shower and toilet annex rooms have canvas flaps, not doors. -All the tents are pretty much the same with similar views, perched mountain side...and spaced well apart. There is no need to upgrade...Superior/standard accommodations are really fine. -Everything is connected by narrow walkways and steps. If steps or mobility are a problem I did notice one tent on "ground" level. Inquire. -The complimentary "excursions" included in your rate are pretty pointless...certainly if you are a seasoned traveler (which you are by being here). Honestly,not even worth the time. Instead spend the extra money and take a "custom" 4-5 hour trip to outer reaches. Finally, you the property is vast, remote and surrounded by nature...that said a small town and pharmacy is only fifteen minutes away---so anything you may need can be handled by the extraordinary staff. FSTC is pretty perfect. The elephant experience is a joy...very special (unlike others I have had). All in all, a privilege to have stayed here.
rwp05 - New Yokr
The Four Seasons Tented Camp is one to remember: There are too many reasons to list here, but here are some highlights that sit at the top of my list: The rooms: Well, they are tent's but holy cow are the the nicest tents ever! Sealed from bugs, and any rain, the sweeping views of the private nature reserve are stunning. The Outdoor shower has AMAZING water pressure, and is a great place to unwind after your Mahout training and riding with elephants. The Pool Area: With only 15 tents (30 guests max) you're likely to have this entire area to yourself, whenever you go. Even though it comfortably accommodates 10 guests with private lounge chairs etc. This is a must after a long day of adventure. Being an all inclusive stay, there is a worry free happy go lucky atmosphere everywhere. Order whatever you want whenever you want food wise, and you will not be disappointed. Serving traditional Thai and western Menus, it will be hard to not come back to what you go the first, day - but try everything! The Thai Curries are especially delicious. Culture + Relaxation are in full swing at this property. Culture wise: Take a trip to Burma for the day and see what the local town is like, visit the Golden Triangle vi private long tail boat, learn about the Opium crisis in Thailand and what is going on today to stop it. Visit a Royal Villa with some Stunning gardens! Rain, one of the local staff/guides has you covered here! Relation wise: The Spa, i need not say any more aside from the fact that there is a 90 minute treatment built into your stay, and we went back for a second one! The two outdoor treatment rooms have unparalleled 100% private views of the jungle and provide intimacy of your and your partner to truly unwind, unplug and relax. Patty gives a tremendous massage. If the spa is not good enough, they will come to your room and do treatment on your own private deck, or in the room F&B: The cuisine is amazing, done to perfection and delicious. The Cocktail list is immense, and the Opimum was my personal favorite (rum based) - Burma Bar for sunset is a must, you'll get a chance to meet other who are in the camp, as all your activities throughout the day are private to your party. From Burma Bar walk across the suspension bridge to dinner, and enjoy dessert and drinks after as well. Wine Tasting: before dinner each night, step into a wine room where all four featured wines are available for tasting prior to dinner. Fresh cheese, and nibbles are available to go with this. Adventure: Typically, adventure is not something you'd come to a Four Season for, but this is the main reason to show up here. The Four Seasons has an Elephant Sanctuary where the rescued elephants are treated with respect and love. They have an oasis that they can live in, and you get to be a part of it! Mahut training is amazing, learning to befriend these creatures, ride with them, bathe in the river, and feed them bananas till their heart's content is magical. Seng is a great leader of the pack and will take some of the most amazing photos you'll ever have for your scrapbook! Transportation to this resort is first class, in a mercedes benz SUV, and a short boat ride for an authentic experience (if the weather is good!) Absolutely opt to stay for 4 nights here - they advertise being able to stay for 2, but it will not do everything justice. 4 nights gets you a pair of elephant rides, a few spa treatments and an opportunity to unplug and relax all at the same time!
skoerbel - Denver, Colorado
This was the most amazing trip in my lifetime so far!! The elephants were spell binding and gentle kind souls!! The staff at the camp ensure that your every expectation is met 100%!! We celebrated our anniversary and my husbands birthday and will definitely be back in the future!
This should be on everyone's "bucket list"! Every day started right outside the "tent" with the exotic sounds of the jungle at dawn, continued with an excellent breakfast including feeding bananas to elephants, and followed with daily adventure including trekking with elephants and local touring. The facility, service, and food were all superb. Looking back, it seems hard to believe how incredibly wonderful it all was. Truly an experience to cherish. Truly magical!
Darrell M - Langhorne, Pennsylvania
My wife and I spent two days and nights at this tented camp complex and were wowed by the experience. Every aspect of our stay was top notch, from the long tail boat ride to get there to the boxed breakfast given to us on our early morning departure. All the activities were professionally done with no details left out. We experienced the elephant ride, the cooking class and the spa treatments, and got a special treat in participating in the lantern festival. The cost was high, but we would do it again in a heartbeat.