Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle
Philosophy & sustainability
We believe that every elephant deserves a life of dignity. Partnering with the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation, we’ve rescued and adopted more than 20 elephants from Thailand’s crowded city streets to help them lead happy lives in our jungle surroundings.
Surrounded by misty mountains and mighty rivers, our Camp finds itself in the wilderness where Thailand, Burma and Laos converge. Forty-five miles north of downtown Chiang Rai, we are also within a four-hour scenic drive from Chiang Mai, Thailand’s second-largest city.
Rustic yet elegant safari-style décor uses local materials such as hardwood, bamboo and leather for customised, handcrafted furniture. Each tent has its own distinctive colour scheme.
View to Burma and the mountains and Laos; or the jungle and Golden Triangl.
Nong ya. Savour the finest of Thai, Laotian and Burmese cooking, along with Western classics, in our breezy pavilion with rustic hardwood floors.
Burma bar. Settle into an overstuffed leather couch and sip a cocktail while taking in the lush Ruak River basin and Elephant Camp views.
SPA & Wellness
Unwind from your elephant adventure as large poultices filled with camphor, lime and lemongrass massage the whole body.
After a foot bath of refreshing kaffir lime grown at the Camp, local herbal oils and smooth natural bamboo sticks target deep-seated muscle tension.
Discover incredible things to do in the Golden Triangle area, then let our expert concierge team tailor each experience to surpass your wildest expectations. Or tell us your private fantasy for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, and allow our dream makers to create your own truly unforgettable experience.
Fishing with locals. Fishing techniques along the Mekong River have developed over thousands of years. Try your hand at fish trapping and bamboo fishing alongside local fishermen from the region. Boating along the Ruak River which straddles the border between Thailand and Myanmar offers a unique insight into the local way of life.