Located in the very heart of the Golden Triangle, where the Ruak and Mekong Rivers meet, the Tented Camp overlooks three countries; Laos, Burma, and Thailand. This tropical jungle paradise can only be reached by a boat ride on the Ruak River. The Four Seasons Tented Camp is surrounded by densely growing bamboos and various native trees forming a mysterious forest.
There are 15 luxurious tents spread out on the property at a comfortable distance from each other for added privacy. These tents are airconditioned, and they can fully open up to nature if you wish. The decoration is reminiscent of the by-gone era of the 19th century adventurous expeditions around the world. Hardwood floors, oil-lantern-looking lamps, and stunning hand-hammered copper bathtubs decorate the interiors. The spacious sundeck features an outdoor shower, cozy night lights, and super comfy resting furniture. The deluxe tents feature a custom-made wooden hot tub on the outdoor deck as well.
Not into glamping? How about the Explorer’s Lodge? This safari-style wooden building consists of two bedrooms and a massive outdoor deck with a breathtaking plunge pool overlooking the jungle. Inside you'll find rich decoration offering a glimpse into Thai culture and craftsmanship.
The open-air Nong Yao Restaurant serves the tastiest dishes from the Thai, Laotian, Burmese and Western cuisines. Adjacent to the restaurant, there is an open fire pit where you can enjoy a chilled drink. At the Burma Bar, you can get cocktails too, but the highlight is the panoramic view of the wilderness of Burma and the Ruak River. long-tailed boat to the confluence of the Ruak River and the mighty Mekong