Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort
Perched on the ridge looking over the hillsides of Thailand, Myanmar and Laos, and the convergence of the Ruak and Mekong Streams, the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Holiday resort opens a home window to breathtaking mother nature. The resort's famous on-site elephant camp, designed as a normal mahout town, offers friends unique opportunities to get right up close with the famous gentle giants. Made to present the resort's most popular local and international flavours, and accentuate the entire visitor experience, Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort's new Breakthrough Bundle invites you in which to stay our most luxurious rooms and suites, filled with gourmet dining, memorable destination encounters and extra privileges.
Book a luxuriously rewarding Discovery Experience and enjoy the following benefits:
- Luxury accommodation including all meals. Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner inclusive of beverages to be enjoyed at any restaurant, including in-room dining.
- One unforgettable activity for every night stayed from a choice of:
- Elephant Camp Experience at Dara Camp. Choose from the Elephant Learning Programme or Walking with Giants.
- Spice Spoons – Anantara cooking school, offering a rich and interactive immersion into Thailand’s world famous cuisine.
- Golden Triangle Discovery Excursion. Enjoy a tour of rich cultural discovery, complete with your very own car and driver, plus an experienced guide.
- Spa Discovery Package. Choose from Bespoke Spa Discovery Package or Exclusive Spa Discovery Package.
- Roundtrip transfers from and to Chiang Rai Airport, offered in a Private Limousine with refreshments
- Beverages (exclusive range of non-alcoholic drinks, wine, beer and spirits)
- High speed WiFi internet in room and throughout hotel
- In-room mini bar, refreshed daily with a selection of spirits, beer, soft drinks and snacks
- Admission to the Hall of Opium museum
229 Moo 1, Chiang Saen 57150 Thailand.
Suvarnabhumi International Airport
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Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai, Chang Wat Chiang Rai 57150, Thailand
Must see in Thailand
Chalong Big Buddha
Built on a patch of virgin rainforest high above Phuket City and visible from most vantage points, the serene – and very, very, big – Chalong Big Buddha will wow you even from a distance. Close up, it's quite overwhelming. The giant statue was built by donations – visitors who donated were allowed to choose how their money would be spent. Also donated was the white marble that covers the sculpture, giving it a tranquil white glow. There is another Buddha statue on the site, a smaller brass one – it stands a mere 12 meters (36 feet). The Big Buddha is 45 m (147 ft) and its lap is 25 m (82 ft) wide at the base. The smaller Buddha is dedicated to the Queen of Thailand, the larger to the King. Climb to the Buddha's feet to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and magnificent views.
Facts about Thailand for those who dream of going there
Thailand is one of the most beautiful and culturally diverse areas in Southeast Asia. Because it was never colonized, it retains much of its original culture.
The people of Thailand are very friendly and hospitable. There is no language barrier because the staff speaks English and other European languages in most of the hotels, restaurants and tourist places. There are many different modes of transportation in Thailand. Tourists can hire a taxi, take a bus, ride on a train, rent a car or motorcycle or hike on foot through the beautiful countryside. The most interesting ride is the Tuk-Tuk, a three wheel bike, which provides a fantastic open air ride around any city.
Thailand means “the land of the free”, and is blessed with three seasons. Summers runs from February to May. The rainy season extends from June to October. The cold season lasts from November to January. Many people vacation in Thailand during December and January to get away from the cold in their countries over Christmas and New Year’s. Thailand has vacationers from all over the world.
Thailand has a very diverse geography. Tropical islands are found in the southern peninsula. There are many beautiful beaches surrounded by clear, blue waters on one side and tropical jungle on the other. The people here are involved in rubber cultivation, tin mining, and fishing. In the central part of Thailand are paddy fields, farms and many varieties of edible fruits. Here, too, are the ancient ruins of Ayuthaya, the royal capital of the kingdom of Siam, and Sukhothai. The mountains and forests of Thailand are in the north. Many different tribes are located in the mountains. Tourists can visit them from boats or by crossing the rail road lines over the famous river Kwai. They can also see unusual native handicrafts and multicolored orchids. The northeast plateau is famous for its rich archaeological and anthropological findings.
Thailand is the perfect vacation spot for those seeking a romantic getaway or who want to shop. Gourmets will love the many varieties of sea food. Many travelers also come here for an adventurous vacation. Thailand offers aquatic sports for all ages, including scuba diving, snorkeling, wind-surfing and water-skiing. Afterwards, tourists can relax on the beautiful beaches, sipping their favorite cool drink in good company.
Wat Si ChumWat Si Chum is a temple where Phra Atchana, a gigantic Buddha image at the frame of mind of subduing Mara rests in the key hall. This Bhuddha image is actually a ‘speaking Bhuddha.' The temple was assumingly built-in Ruler Ramkamhaeng the Great's age then became left behind in later Ayutthaya period. The temple was renovated by an order from Ruler Bhumibol Adulyadej in 1952.
Si Chum Temple or Wat Si Chum hosts a Bhuddha image in the key hall, which differs from normal temples that contain main Bhuddha image in a chapel. You can even witness the wonder and mightiness from its highest times even through faded murals on the key hall.
Wat Si Chum is also a location where in fact the 2nd rock inscription or Wat Si Chum natural stone inscription was found. Doubtlessly, Wat Si Chum is one of the main Sukhothai sights in term of countrywide history. The initial Sukhothai arts is indicated through staying Bhuddha images, temple halls, and pillars in the historical recreation area. Visiting temples throughout your Sukhothai travel is one the items to do in your holiday time.