Four Seasons Debuts Thai Tented Camp

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has opened an all-inclusive tented camp in the heart of the Golden Triangle, where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet. The Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, accessible only by riverboat, accommodates no more than 30 guests at a time. Designed for active adult travelers, the camp features a range of activities including a hands-on elephant experience with rescued elephants, Mekong River cruises, jungle treks, fishing, bird-watching, mountain-biking, cooking classes, nature walks, temple tours and spa treatments. The property, Four Seasons' third in Thailand, features 15 air-conditioned tents fitted with king-sized Four Seasons signature beds and other upscale amenities. Four Seasons is offering introductory five-night packages that combine a stay at the new camp with one of its other two Four Seasons hotels in Thailand starting at $3,900 double until Sept. 30.

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