Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort | Thailand

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Open Today: 09:00 - 17:30



Perched on a ridge overlooking the hills of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos, and above the convergence of the Ruak and Mekong Rivers, Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort opens a window to breath taking nature.

Luxurious rooms and suites, gourmet dining, and the on-site elephant camp, designed as a traditional mahout village, all ensure a wonderful break from the ordinary.

Whether escaping for romance or adventure, quiet relaxation or quality family time, the resort is passionate about helping guests enjoy memorable holidays in the lap of luxury.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star Deluxe
  • 63 rooms



Crisp Thai silks, teakwood floors and romantic terrazzo tubs big enough for two make the guest rooms some of the best in Chiang Rai. The elegant interiors, using many local design features, perfectly complement the dramatic vistas beyond the balconies.

All rooms come equipped with spacious balconies that have stunning views to the Mekong River or the resort’s landscaped gardens, a king bed, down duvets and a superior range of amenities including bathrobes and leather compendium sets.



Indulge the senses in the colours, aromas and tastes of rich northern Thai curries and be tempted by surprising Thai wines. Sala Mae Nam offers a menu of Thai food from across the country, enjoyed on a covered terrace that commands stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, complemented by an extensive wine cellar and views over the Mekong Valley, is served in Baan Dhalia where chic modern style is accented with rustic Thai details.

Elephant Bar and Opium Terrace is the place to meet when evening falls. In the cooler months, a roaring fire and an open hearth on the Terrace are the ideal spot to swap tales of the day’s activities. Classic beverages and delicious cocktails are the perfect accompaniment to the Bar’s menu of hearty fare.



Designed as a traditional northern Thai Mahout village, the onsite working elephant camp is the setting for the most sought after Golden Triangle resort activities, offering the chance to interact with elephants in a stunning natural environment.

There's a fully equipped fitness centre with treadmills, exercise bikes and weights equipment for those who would like to stay fit. Relax afterwards in the sauna, steam room and whirlpool facilities or take a dip the infinity edged pool that looks down towards the Mekong River.

Group activities include inspirational holistic exercise classes and educational seminars on a wide range of topics designed to help nurture a healthier lifestyle.Cook Thai dishes in a step by step class in the resort’s professional cooking school, then lunch on the results. Leave with wonderful memories and new skills to entertain family and friends back home.



Anantara Spa offers a journey that relaxes, restores, and revives with treatments that are designed to address full body, mind, and soul healing. Based on ancient Thai remedies or techniques from around the globe, treatments use simple natural ingredients and science’s most innovative combinations.

Five luxurious treatment rooms with private en-suite steam rooms all have private al-fresco terrazzo soaking tubs with views of the Mekong Valley.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Chiang Mai International Airport


Approximately 1 hour from Chiang Rai International Airport


Late December to April has great weather, little rain, and lots of sun. From May to September there’s still plenty of sun but also some rain – usually brief showers in the afternoon or at night. October and November are the rainiest months but are often interspersed with sunny days. The cool season is from November to February, when daytime temperatures reach a comfortable 25° C, but nights and early mornings can be cool (10°-15°C). Things heat up from March to June when temperatures won't drop below 25°C (even at night) - and the right time for Songkran, the water festival also called Thai New Year. This is when evening thunderstorms are most common. This is also when the northern haze from planned forest burning occurs, usually starting late February or early March for a few weeks. The rainy season (more romantically called the green season) is from July to October. It's the time to see the region's rivers and waterfalls are at their best. It rains at any time, day and night fr



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