"Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort is a hilltop jungle retreat."
Covering 160 acres of bamboo forest, rice paddies and gardens, the resort overlooks the fabled convergence of three countries and two rivers, and is home to Asia’s premier Elephant Camp. Showcasing this legendary destination, the Discovery Package combines all-inclusive benefits and unforgettable experiences.
The combination of crisp Thai silks, teakwood floors and romantic terrazzo tubs big enough for two make Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort the perfect hotel in Chiang Rai. All rooms come equipped with spacious balconies, a king bed, down duvets and a superior range of amenities including bathrobes and leather compendium sets. The location in the heart of the Golden Triangle means stunning views across the Mekong River and out to Myanmar and Laos, or across the resort’s impeccable landscaped gardens.
The setting is tranquil, but recreation and fun are always close by. Every day, Anantara features a range of organised and do-it-yourself activities in the gorgeous surrounds of our resort. Whether it’s shopping in three different countries, visiting hill-tribe villages, strolling through Chiang Saen resort in Chiang Rai, speeding down the Mekong in a longtail boat or lumbering through the jungle on elephant back, you are sure to find a number of our Golden Triangle resort activities whet your appetite for adventure, culture and relaxation.
- Elephant camp
- Infinity pool
- Fitness centre
- Squash court
- Sauna & steam room
- Outdoor tennis court
- Nature walks
- Mountain bike rental
- Tree and rice planting
- Cultural excursions
Rich northern Thai curries and surprising Thai wines. Candlelit dinners of homemade Italian pasta overlooking the green hills of the Mekong Valley. Chiang Rai dining at Anantara Golden Triangle Resort is a culinary journey through centuries of Lanna culture that sits alongside Old World European favourites at two of the Golden Triangle’s best restaurants.
The climate in Chiang Rai is generally a little cooler than in Chiang Mai, although temperatures average in the late twenties for most of the year. The cool season runs from December to March, but the temperatures will be increasing soon after New Year and by April or May it will be very hot and humid once more. During the rainy season of May to September the downpours can be extremely heavy, but tend to only last for an hour or so in the afternoons.
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"Chiang Rai is a travellers' playground, abound with stunning natural landscapes and intriguing relics."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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