Perched up high on the lush hills of Thailand’s border overlooking Myanmar and Laos, Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort offers an escape like no other. Experience the refreshing chill of a northern Thai sunrise shrouded in mountain mist; the wonder of walking beside an elephant through bamboo jungle; the rush of a longtail boat ride up the Mekong River.
Enjoy breathtaking vistas from the beautifully finished rooms and suites as you recline on crisp day beds and watch elephants grazing in the distance and listen to the sound of birdsong playing over the Mekong and Ruak rivers.
Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa features superbly composed décor and Bill Bensley designed gardens. Every room is complete with oversized terrazzo bathtubs, Thai textiles, teak furnishings and artwork from local cultures.
Please note, there will be a compulsory Christmas Eve Dinner on 24 December 2018 for all resort guests booked over this date. Priced at THB 5,500 per adult and THB 2,750 per child. (4 - 11 years). Terms and conditions apply.
As part of our New Year's Eve celebrations, all guests staying over 31 December 2018 must also book a compulsory New Year's Eve Gala dinner. Priced at THB 8,500 per adult and THB 4,250 per child. (4 - 11 years). Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax. Terms and conditions apply.
Hall of Opium Museum
This multi-million dollar museum provides an in-depth look at the infamous history of the Golden Triangle's previous role in world opium trade. The museum focuses on opium, opiates, narcotics and the drug eradication measures carried out by Thailand's late Princess Mother through intriguing interactive displays.
Longtail Boat Trips
The only way to see the Mekong River is on a longtail boat. Visit the ancient Northern Thai walled city of Chiang Saen, float by the village of Chang Khong and speed over to neighbouring Don Sao island for a brief encounter with the charming culture of Laos. Experience travel the way the locals have for years.
Three Countries in One Day
Morning strolls through a bustling border market in Burma, lunch in the historic Lanna Kingdom, afternoon shopping in Laos.
Three Modes of Transport Journey
An elephant trek through Anantara's own forests, a longtail boat trip up the Mekong to the Lao island of Don Sao, and a journey by local traditional truck through countryside rice paddies and colourful farmland.