Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort in Chiang Rai in Thailand offers travelers the opportunity to stay with elephants. The resort is located near the Mekong River, in the middle of the jungle.
Guests are offered an overnight stay in a soap bubble-like room for $ 563 per night. Due to the fact that the room is completely transparent, the guest has a unique opportunity to observe the animals in their natural habitat, as well as enjoy the views of the rainforest.
Room in the "bubble" does not need to be booked separately, it goes in addition to the room located in the main building of the hotel. Since the “soap bubbles” are located in a remote place in the middle of the forest, guests are taken from the hotel and off-road, driving through rice fields, taken to the place of accommodation. There tourists will enjoy an outdoor picnic and incredible views of the world of wildlife.
Each transparent room covers an area of 22 square meters, it has a double bed, a toilet with a toilet and shower, a couple of chairs and a small table.
The hotel is the headquarters of the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Protection Fund, whose goal is to protect and care for elephants – there are 22 in the park.
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