Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle | Thailand

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Channelling the pioneering spirit of the 19th century explorers, this is a place to hike mountain trails, discover the remarkable personalities of rehabilitated elephants and unearth the secrets of the mighty Mekong River. 15 luxury tents and a safari lodge offer a unique place to rest your head with a style and design evocative of the adventurous expeditions of a bygone era, but with all the creature comforts expected in the present day. A stay at the Four Seasons Tented Camp is an immersive experience in terms of accommodation, dining, and the experiences available for guests to enjoy. Learn to be an elephant whisperer as you bath them, feed them, and walk with them, try your hand at fishing with the local fishermen, or explore the cultural intricacies of the region with a Golden Triangle adventure with one of the camp guides. Nong Yao is beautiful, breezy pavilion restaurant offers guests the finest Laos, Thai and Burmese cuisine with a few western classics and the Burma Bar is an atmospheric spot for a cocktail in a remarkable setting. To top everything off in style, here in the exceptional tropical jungle location, there is also a fabulous spa.


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0141 955 4000

At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 15 tents and one lodge



15 tents and one safari lodge offer exceptional levels of luxury amidst remote, dense jungle. Superior tents come with rustic wooden furnishings, a breezy living area and refreshing outdoor shower. Superior river view tents boast timeless views over the Ruak River with the Burmese jungle beyond and curios that wouldn’t be out of place in the tent of a 19th century explorer. Deluxe tents have all of the above and the addition of a sumptuous hot tub on your private deck whilst the 2-bedroom explorers lodge comes complete with an infinity pool and a lamplit terrace looking out above the jungle canopy.



Nong Yao is a lofty ceilinged, thatched roof pavilion with wooden floors and serves delicious Thai, Laos and Burmese cuisine and western dishes prepared with flare and sophistication. If you’re feeling adventurous indulge in the camp breakfast, which sees guests hike the jungle trail to see the sun rise over Laos whilst you dine on a delicious repast. The Burma Bar is where you can sink into a leather couch, sip on a hand-crafted cocktail, and just soak in the incredible views. Jungle sundowners can be enjoyed around the resort, perhaps on your private deck, overlooking the mysterious Myanmar or from the roof of a land rover.



Chanel your inner Mahout and become elephant whisper for a day, these gentle giants have their own distinct personalities, and you’ll learn more about them in the best way possible, in their natural environment. Try your hand at fishing with the locals, where you’ll boat along the Ruak River and be shown the art of fish trapping and bamboo fishing or embark on an adventure of the Golden Triangle with a camp guide. Other incredible immersive activities include hillside cycling tours, a visit to the Hall of Opium, hiking trails, forest bathing and memorable excursions to Chiang Rai or Myanmar.



Deep in this bamboo jungle environment where three countries meet, there is a unique spa where treatments take place in a dramatic, open-air spaces, beneath thatched roofs, surrounded by the sights and the sounds of the jungle. Therapies on offer include bamboo stick massages, nourishing body treatments and wraps and a hands and feet menu, they work just as hard as the rest of you. Whilst there is no fitness centre, why would you need one, with the jungle trails as your outdoor adventure playground. There’s also a jungle pool, resting beneath the shady coconut trees.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Mae Fah Luang - Chiang Rai International Airport


Approximately a 1 hour and 15 minute drive from the aiport


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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