Get up and close with the gentle beasts as you stay in a bubble tent at an ancient Thai elephant park


The Jungle Bubble by Anantara is a call of the wilderness. At a time when the world is reeling from images of millions of animals having been burnt alive due to bush fires in Australia, a getaway into the wilderness is a consolation.


Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant & Resort in Thailand has come up with a perfect package for such a cause, something that is unique and a never-seen-before experience. The property is giving guests the opportunity to spend a night observing elephants in their natural habitat. Guests will not be safe within transparent Jungle Bubbles where you will be camping, and watch as the elephants go about with their business. The bonus is staring into the starlit nights when the world sleeps. The property is located within 160 acres of ancient jungle in the northern part of the country, situated on top of a hill that gives lavish views of two rivers – Mekong and Ruak, and three countries – Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar.

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These bubbles are constructed with polyester fabric, using exclusive Precontraint Serge Ferrari technology. They are air-conditioned ad offer 22 sqm floor space, with a bedroom and living space plus a non-transparent en-suite shower and vanity.

As well as this, hotel amenities such as bathrobes and slippers, white bed linen, feather pillows; and other luxuries are also available. A hairdryer and makeup mirror are also available, lest you look too ghastly for the big mammals.

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The package starts at 17,700 Thai Baht ($600) per night for two people and includes a dinner basket, a fully stocked mini-bar; 24-hour in-room dining service and tea and coffee making facilities.

Anantara Golden Triangle,
229 Moo 1, Wiang, Chiang Saen District, Chiang Rai 57150,
Thailand