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Anantara Golden Triangle - Thailand's Best Jungle Resort

Discover the enchanting allure of Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort nestled in the northernmost reaches of Thailand. This secluded haven offers guests an unparalleled escape into nature, with luxurious accommodations and unique experiences that include sleeping alongside gentle giants. From the lush bamboo forests to the breathtaking views of the Golden Triangle, embark on a journey of relaxation and discovery at this award-winning resort.

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What is the Anantara Golden Triangle?

Anantara Golden Triangle is an award-winning elephant camp, scientific research, and conservation program. Located in a remote jungle setting with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and mountains, the resort offers 40 rooms, 15 suites, and 6 family suites. Founded in 2003 as part of the Anantara Resorts portfolio, the resort offers a range of dining options, activities, and special experiences to immerse guests in the local culture and environment. Anantara Golden Triangle has received numerous awards for its hospitality and conservation efforts, making it a truly unique and memorable destination for travelers seeking an unforgettable experience.

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Anantara Golden Triangle Bubble Room

One of the most unique features of Anantara Golden Triangle is its Bubble Room accommodation. This special room allows guests to stay in close proximity to the elephants, with a complete view of them just a few feet away. The "Jungle Bubble" room is designed for two guests and includes a terrace for outdoor relaxation.

For those looking for a more spacious option, the "Jungle Bubble Lodge" offers two bedrooms, a living room bubble, terrace, plunge pool, and lounge area. This luxurious accommodation also includes butler service and a private chef experience, allowing guests to truly immerse themselves in nature and the unique surroundings. Enquire to Anantara website for pricing.

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Where is Anantara Golden Triangle?

Anantara Golden Triangle is situated in the northernmost part of Thailand, near the border where Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar meet. The resort overlooks Laos and Myanmar, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and mountains.

Located in the Chiang Saen District, the resort is nestled in a mountain sanctuary surrounded by a 160-acre bamboo forest and gardens, providing a peaceful retreat away from the bustling city life. The resort is perched on a hill overlooking the Mekong and Ruak rivers, offering guests a truly picturesque setting to relax and unwind.

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How much does Anantara Golden Triangle cost?

As of February 2024, prices for a stay at Anantara Golden Triangle start around $900 per night, with variations based on the time of year and the chosen room type. In addition to the famous Bubble Rooms, the resort offers three main room types: Deluxe Three Country Room View, Three Country View Suite, and Three Country Room Family Suite. Each room ranges in square feet as well as how many people can stay in each room.

Each room comes with complimentary breakfast, wifi, free round-trip airport transfer, full-board dining, and more. Prices and availability can be checked and booked directly through the Anantara website or third-party websites such as Expedia. Special offer packages are also available through Anantara.

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How to get to Anantara Golden Triangle

To reach Anantara Golden Triangle, travelers can fly into Chiang Rai Airport, which is the nearest airport to the resort. From there, the resort offers a complimentary limousine transfer for guests who book the All-Inclusive Discovery package directly through them. This scenic drive takes about an hour through lush countryside and remote villages. For those coming from Chiang Mai, a drive of approximately 4.5 hours is required, but the resort also offers chauffeured limousine services for this journey, though at an additional cost.

For a more adventurous arrival, guests can opt for a 70-minute VIP flight from Chiang Mai to the resort's helipad, offering stunning aerial views of mountains and river valleys. Another unique option is to travel by private car from Chiang Rai Airport to historic Chiang Saen, where guests then board a longtail boat for a cruise down the Mekong River to the confluence of two rivers, marking the beginning of the Golden Triangle. To schedule transportation contact Anantara.

What are the Anantara Resorts?

Anantara Resorts is a luxury hospitality brand founded in 2001, offering over 40 resorts in 15 countries around the world. The brand is known for its unique locations, including beachfront villas, overwater bungalows, and wildlife safaris. Anantara resorts blend traditional local architecture and design with modern amenities, providing guests with a luxurious and authentic experience.

The brand's philosophy is to immerse guests in the local culture and environment, offering activities such as cooking classes, cultural tours, and spa treatments using local ingredients. Anantara is part of the Minor Hotels group, which includes other brands such as Avani Hotels & Resorts and Tivoli Hotels & Resorts.

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Should you visit Anantara Golden Triangle?

Anantara Golden Triangle offers a truly unique and unforgettable experience for those looking to immerse themselves in nature and wildlife. Despite its remote location, the resort provides various transportation options to ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey. Whether you choose to stay in the Bubble Rooms or one of the other luxurious accommodations, you're sure to have an amazing experience. Sleeping alongside elephants and waking up to the sounds of the jungle is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that shouldn't be missed. Anantara Golden Triangle is the ultimate relaxation destination, offering a unique and unforgettable stay in a stunning and secluded location.

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