Embark on the adventure of lifetime in the natural surroundings of northern Thailand, bordering Burma and Laos
Your own haven inside the Golden Triangle, where Thailand meets Laos and Myanmar
Watch our elephant sanctuary’s residents roam the jungle
Our treetop terraces bring you closer to nature
The breezy Burma Bar overlooking the Ruak River
Our décor draws from the lifestyle of 19th-Century explorer
Explore our expansive grounds under the cool canopy of bamboo trees
The light-filled Superior Tent erases the boundary between indoors and the outside
The vintage-inspired décor of the Two-Bedroom Explorer’s Lodge
One of the elephant-motif rooms inside the Two-Bedroom Explorer’s Lodge
Dine by the Two-Bedroom Explorer’s Lodge’s private pool
Soak in a wooden bathtub at our Jungle Spa
The outdoor pool of the Two-Bedroom Explorer’s Lodge
The elephants from our camp explore the expansive grounds
Explore the Camp in a restored Land Rover
Savour delicious sundowners at various private venues around the Camp
From fishing with locals and picnics by the river to hillside bicycle tours, we invite you to unplug and go #OffTheGridwithFS
- Superior Tent
Open the elephant tusk-styled door that reveals a private wonderland of a breezy living area, rustic wooden furnishing and a refreshing outdoor shower.
- Deluxe Tent
Sink into the wooden hot tub on your own outdoor deck. You will soak in unparalleled tableaus of the Ruak River, mountains and jungles that span three nations.
- Two-Bedroom Explorer’s Lodge
Awaken to birdsong, swim in your private tree-fringed infinity pool, and share the sunset panorama with your loved ones from the lamp-lit veranda.
Services & Amenities
Explore the Camp in a restored Land Rover
Our team adorns the Camp with freshly picked flora
Delight in the cuisine of the Golden Triangle at Nong Yao Restaurant
Connect with nature in our outdoor bathtub after a relaxing massage at the jungle spaDetails
Float above the treetops on our long suspension bridge
Burma Bar’s comprehensive – and eclectic – liquor selection
Savour a carefully curated collection of wines and cheesesDetails
Relax by the pool, overlooking Ruak River
Signature boat arrival experience
Camp Peak cocktails and dinner
Private sundowner on your deck
- Colours of Chiang Rai
Explore the vibrant culture of Chiang Rai through its most striking temples and sights. Visit the Chinese Temple (Wat Huay Pla Kung), White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) and Blue Temple (Wat Rong Suea Ten) with a private guide.
- Fishing with locals
Fishing techniques along the Ruak River have developed over thousands of years. Try your hand at fish trapping and bamboo fishing alongside local fishermen from the region. Boating along the Ruak River which straddles the border between Thailand and Myanmar offers a unique insight into the local way of life.
- Burma Discovery Tour
Get a glimpse into the fascinating culture of Myanmar on an exclusive half-day visit to the border town of Takilek. A scenic 30-minute drive followed by a short walk and you’re across the bridge that forms the border between the two countries – inside Myanmar. Here, the clock rolls back by 30 minutes and the traffic shifts from one side of the road to another – a surreal experience of crossing borders by foot. Explore the town of Takilek in a private tuk-tuk and let our Camp Guides take you on a personalized tour. Stop at Prajao Lakkang Temple followed by the Shwedagon Pagoda, a smaller replica of the famous Golden Pagoda located in Yangon. Allow our Camp Guides to show you around the bustling local market, or enjoy a typical Burmese snack before heading back across the border.
- Royal Legacy Tour
Explore the cottage industries that allow local communities to thrive independently and watch as artisans sculpt pottery, weave cotton carpets and bags, create paper out of mulberry tree bank and roast locally grown coffee beans. Proceed to Doi Tung Royal Villa, a symbol of the Princess Mother's commitment to Chiang Rai. Walk through the adjacent Mae Fah Luang Garden, a horticultural masterpiece with over 70 species of cool-climate flowers flourishing alongside native plants and trees.
- Doi mae salong Chinese village and tea plantation
Witness the unique way of life in a traditional Chinese village, whose residents have lived here for generations in the mountains of Northern Thailand. This Mandarin-speaking community has preserved its customs over centuries, and their special high-mountain oolong tea – perfectly suited to this high altitude – is especially famous. Your guide will reveal the fascinating political history that gives this area its other name – Little Switzerland.
- Hillside Bicycle Tour
Take in the gorgeous natural beauty of Chiang Rai's rural landscape. Ideal for cycling enthusiasts, this off-the-beaten-path excursion follows a paved but hilly trail that's designed exclusively for you. The route, led by a dedicated Camp Guide, takes you through lush green paddy fields, pineapple and rubber plantations, and a splendid teak forest. Take a break with a personalized snack at Bau Luang Lake, before heading back to the Camp.