Written by Shannon Osztonits

Edited by Dawn Pillay

Do you LOVE the idea of going camping, but just don’t particularly enjoy spending the night roughing it up, sleeping on the floor and eating tin food for days?

Well, never fear when we are near. We’ve found the ULTIMATE glamping sites around Thailand. Do yourself a favour and check them out! They’re heavenly!

One of my favourites parts about travelling is getting to stay in some of the most beautiful, unique (and fair share of crazy) places, and I truly am a sucker for aesthetically pleasing things, especially when it comes to interiors and design. So I love finding hidden gems – accommodation wise.

If you haven’t noticed by now, over the years, the glamping (a little bit of glamour/luxury + camping) has become a trend.

Nestled among tropical trees, next to waterfalls and going all out safari style, we’re seriously digging Thailand’s take on glamping. And for some places, you may even have to pinch yourself to remind you that it’s actually all real; you ARE in fact in a tent my darling, and NOT in a hotel…

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1. Overlooking the bay, treat your body and find that inner peace – The Island Hideout, Koh Yao

I started dreaming of travelling the world when I was about 14 years old. My best friend and I always wanted to live in a jungle, with a beach obviously, somewhere in Asia, living the simple hippy life…

Well, this is what I imagined in my head when I thought of places to stay and for me, epitomises the idea of a ‘jungle-stay’.

Barely visible, and tucked among lush untouched green hills, these beautiful bamboo fairytale structures are open and stick to natural simplicity – in the best way!

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There are actually only four villas on the property, so its super, duper private!

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It’s also a tech-free place, there’s no WiFi (I actually LOVE this), so this is where you get your zen on and disconnect from the world. They offer yoga classes as well as holistic healing, completely surrounded by a thousand shades of greens and trees.

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The Island Hideout   

Rate: From 7093 Baht / USD $221.87 (Treehouse tent)
Address: 37/3 Moo 2 – 82160 Ko Yao Noi – Ko Yao District – Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 84 645 8963
Website

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2. It’s a wonderland out of our childhood dreams – White Bear Camping, Chiang Dao

Almost shaped like a circus marquee, step into a white wonderland tastefully done with giant teddy-bears, all dotted and spread across a lush green hill.

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This is like what you imagined camping to be as a kid. When you’re sitting under your blankets pretending to be in a tent, telling ghost stories…It has that sort of feel.

Rooms are super cosily decorated, and I love the use of fairy-lights and feathers, it adds a dreaminess to the place.

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For some reason, I just keep thinking of a teddy bear’s picnic. Probably because at night time they set up a BBQ, private picnic style!

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The last thing that I love? They’ve also got a bunch of awesome activities set up for guests to try out whilst camping, from archery and cycling to nighttime bonfires and lantern releasing!

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White Bear Camping, Chiang Dao    

Rate: From 2300 – 6500 per night / approx. USD $73.50 – $207.75 (Tent price varies in size)
Address: Chiang Dao, Chiang Dao District, Chiang Mai 50170, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 89 700 9270

Website

3. Everything you could possibly want in a luxurious holiday – Soneva Kiri, Koh Kood

Famous among travel bloggers all around the world (and it’s no surprise why when something is this stunning), this is truly an incredible luxury destination.

And they provide everything my loves:
1. A luxurious villa fitted with all the bells and whistles (views for days, tub for two, etc)
2. A beachfront paradise with crystal clear waters and that soft, white sand fit for a Maldives-worthy vacation.
3. The dining experience in a ‘bird’s nest’ in the forest’s canopy. Simply walk around Soneva and you’ll find facilities worthy of a world-class destination.

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It’s breathtakingly beautiful; totally open and spacious – hence the glamping vibes here, expect lots of woods and natural textures, and a private pool among the trees.

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This hidden nature paradise in Thailand is simply calling my name and pulling on my travel heartstrings.

Just a side thought – if you’ve been wondering of a place to propose to your beloved, or even planning your honeymoon stay, this is a wonderful (and magical) option!

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Soneva Kiri  

Rate: From 25563 Baht / USD $817  (Bayview Pool Villa Suite)
Address: 110 Moo 4, Koh Kood Sub-District Koh Kood District , Trat , 23000 Ko Kood, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 82 208 8888
Website

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4. Enjoy Chiang Mai’s exquisite natural beauty in this treehouse tent – Lan Na Wild Glamping, Chiang Mai

Oh my goodness, this reminds me of a place where Pocahontas would live if she were living in our times. And these tents, built in tree-houses, take glamping to the next level and are oh-so-beautiful!

Imagine staying among a grove of tall trees, where greenery and mother nature are your back garden, in a tent-style wooden structure built among the trees. This is seriously next level gorgeous in my opinion.

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It has this naturalistic/geometric look to it, and for some reason reminds me of an Instagram filter, is that weird to say? Pastels, dark woods and whites deluxe.

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And my favourite part about it? Two of their treehouses have their own onsen baths, where luxury meets relaxation.

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They’ve even got a group sized ‘Deluxe Gang Tent’ so the entire crew can stay together. Also don’t forget to check out their prices on weekends/long weekends as they vary from weekday prices!

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Lan Na Wild Glamping

Rate: From 2500 Baht / approx. USD $79.90
Address: Huai Kaeo, Mae On District, Chiang Mai 50130, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 89 143 9225

Website

5. Get pampered with all this luxury – Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Chiang Rai

Calling all the kings and queens, this is the epitome of luxury, it is the Four Seasons after all…

If you’re looking to seriously step it up in style, it provides all the luxuries of a hotel – maybe even more. And instead of being stuck between bedroom walls, you’re fully submerged in nature.

Expect leather and wood finishes throughout your glamp home, and you can even relax in a beautiful wooden hot-tub on your outdoor patio.

It’s 4km from the Golden Triangle, and a 4-hour drive from Chiang Mai, so there’s lots of exploring to do in and around too!

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden triangle

Rate: From 79 917 Baht / USD $2555
Address: 499 MOO1 T. Vieng, Chiang Rai, Amphoe Chiang Saen, Chang Wat Chiang Rai 57150, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 53 910 200
Website

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6. Stay in a gorgeous tent right next to a waterfall, literally – Sukantara Cascade Resort and Spa, Chiang Mai

Surrounded by rolling mountains and greenery, this slice of heaven is slowly becoming a favourite of many with its enchanting, retreat-style ways.

Set on a flourishing hillside, this divine abode offers Lanna-Balinese style cottages set in jungle greenery and cascading waterfalls! It’s seriously breathtaking and it actually feels like your own private piece of paradise.

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FYI: Its Pool Villas are famously frequented by celebrities both local and international. But we propose taking the off-beaten path and staying in the tented villas of course. This is glamping after all.

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Enjoy crossing the resort’s sling bridge to reach your tented villa, and that means privacy! If you reserve both tented villas (there are only 2), then you’ll have this whole other side of the resort all to yourself!

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Mountain biking, nature trekking and bird watching is the cherry on top for the adventurers. If you’re travelling to Chiang Mai with your sweetheart, we highly recommend booking this resort.

Sukantara Cascade Resort and Spa

Rate: From 3050 Baht / USD $71 (Waterfall Tented Villa)
Address: 12/2 M.8, T.Maeram, A.Maerim, Tambon Mae Raem, Amphoe Mae Rim, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 81 881 1444
Website

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7. Go glamping ‘African Safari’ style! – Lala Mukha Tented Resort, Khao Yai

I’m South African, and I have to say, I love the African safari vibes they have going on here, especially when finding this in Thailand!

It’s the ultimate ‘glamping’ experience, in gorgeous surroundings and it really has that African grasslands feel and look to it – I’m in my element. So if you’re looking for something a little different in Thailand, why not indulge in our fantastic culture.

The set up is beautiful and each tent has basically the entire shabam; leather couches, a hot shower, soft bed, TV and a mini fridge, all INSIDE your tent!

This is a great way to spend a few days, under the stars, in the fresh air and enjoying mother nature.

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In the evenings, the lit restaurant forms a gorgeous focal point and a great excuse to break your diet. The food is out of this world!

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Lala Mukha Tented Resort   

Rate: From 2722 Baht / approx. USD $87 (Eco Safari Tent in Off-Season)
Address: 515 Moo 5, Tambon Mu Si, Amphur Pak Chong Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 44 300 691
Website

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8. Enjoy panoramic views ocean views from your luxurious tent and enjoy the sunrise from your private pool, adults only – 9 Hornbills Tented Camp, Ko Yao

Excusez-moi? How‘s this for a little piece of luxury, taking comfort to the next level! And if you’re looking for all the little extras that we love about vacation, here’s your winner.

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It’s designed to make you feel right at home, all inside a tent! Would you believe it? Could you? From the actual queen sized-bed (you won’t find anything on the floor here) to the sofa that might as well be an actual piece of furniture for the home.

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Oh yes AND a bathtub in your own (private) garden. All I’m thinking is sunset in the tub with a glass of champagne – get outta town!

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But you haven’t heard the best part yet. Each unit also has a private pool, so you don’t ever have to leave if you don’t want to!

Speaking of, every morning you’re served their ‘Floating Breakfast’ – a delicious papaya stuffed with tropical fruits, muesli and yoghurt! Why the ‘floating’ part? Because it’s served to you in the pool, tray and all!

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Finally, there’s a butler on call, – ridiculous – plus a complimentary minibar & buggy service between your villa tent and the beach resort. Private seafood BBQ, kayaking, traditional long-boating escapes and rides. Epic!

9 Hornbills Tented Camp, Ko Yao

Rate: From 11 006 Baht / Approx. USD $351.75 (Villa with Private pool)(Prices vary with the season, as well as booking in advance)
Address: 54/9, Moo 5, Ko Yao Noi, Ko Yao District, Phang-nga 82160, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 65 640 0064
Website

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9. A jungle bungalow along the river, with a private pool in every villa – The River Flows Camp เดอะ ริเวอร์ โฟลส์ แคมป์ กื้ดช้าง Chiang Mai

I honestly have no other way to describe this place other than breathtaking and this is totally my cup of (accommodation) tea.

It’s situated in Kued Chang, a little outside of town. However, they offer free shuttle services into the city and to tourist attractions, so there’s no need to panic. This is designed to let you indulge in a few stress-free days.

Each villa-style bungalow is placed along the river – they offer white-water rafting here too (again, no charge for guests!). Gorgeously designed, each unit is really open and light, made of thatch and hard tented canvas.

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Expect lots of different woods and textiles, soft and warm colours with white sheets billowing at your bedside from the river breeze.

Oh, and lest we forget, each villa has their own pool and a beautiful, large wooden patio stretching and winding around you. There’s even a balcony up and around a tree, it’s just too pretty, I can’t deal!

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The River Flows Camp เดอะ ริเวอร์ โฟลส์ แคมป์ กื้ดช้าง Chiang Mai

Rate: From 10 000 Baht / approx. USD $319
Address: 140 M. 1 T.Kuedchang A.Mae Tang Chiangmai 50150 (Coordinates here)
Contact: +668 9441 6365
Website

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10. Glamp by the river and there’s a mouth-watering menu! – Jumtla Campiness, Chiang Mai

Olala, this is so aesthetically pleasing and I love the rawness of this set-up. Modern, warm and homely, each tent is decorated differently, sticking to woods, comfort and simplicity.

You’re set up in a circular tent, with a natural bamboo roof sheltering you. It is relaxing and super chill, both inside and outside your tent, with a nice private touch to it too.

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It’s set up riverside so you’re completely sounded by the peacefulness of Chiang Mai’s nature.

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And I just have to mention the food with this one; they serve delicious meals both morning and evening and their breakfast shakshuka, looks to-die-for delicious! Of course, they grow their own veggies which they use in their cooking. Love it!

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There are yoga classes too and it’s really the perfect little hideaway to unwind, relax and ease into the swing of things! And if you’re on a budget, they also have the cutest teepee tents, that are still really comfortable, but have more of the old-school camping vibes!

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Jumtla Campiness, Chiang Mai

Rate: From 1650 Baht / USD $52.78 (This includes accommodation, plus meals and activities. Plus contact directly via FB to make a booking)
Address: Chomphu, Noen Maprang District, Phitsanulok 65130, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: 081 806 5444
Website

11. Go on a dreamy treehouse treasure hunt – Bangkok Tree House, South Thonburi, Bangkok

Of all the treehouses we’ve ever seen, Bangkok Tree House takes the cake with its ultra gorgeous treehouse.

Photo Via Bangkoktreehouse

Have you ever had a dream where you’re spending the night on a plush king-sized bed set out in the middle of nowhere, under the twinkling starry night sky? You might be happy to know that your dream can come true, with their “View with a Room”! (Thanks @chulasoi9 for the video walkthrough!)

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Being in Bangkok you’d expect the tall building life, but out here, it really feels like you’re in the in the tropics surrounded by lush shades of green and palm trees!

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If you don’t fancy spending the night outdoors, they also have units which they call ‘nests’ and each space looks cocooned and nestled among the trees.

It’s oddly wonderful in its design, geometric rooms diagonally placed on top of each other, and very raw natural materials used in the building of this space – so it really has that glamping-esque feeling.

PS: Should it rain, or if insects come along, they do have a contingency plan, so you don’t have to worry!

PPS. They’re super eco-friendly, so if you’re a green traveller like we all strive to be, this place is a top choice.

Bangkok Tree House  

Rate: 3600 Baht / USD $115.20 (Tree Top Nest)
Address: 60 Moo1 Soi Bua Phueng Pattana, Bang Namphueng, Phra Padaeng, Samut Prakarn, Greater Bangkok, Samut Prakan 10130, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 82 995 1150
Website

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12. Truly retreat into nature with one of mother nature’s giant babies – Elephant Hills, Khao Sok National Park

If you’re a huge animal lover, perhaps this glamping nature retreat/elephant camp/once-in-a-lifetime experience – might be the one you’re most drawn to.

Luxury camping in comfortably modern and spacious tents, and the opportunity to interact with elephants in their natural surroundings – what could be more perfect? It’ll also be one of the coolest things you could do I reckon! Especially if you have strong views on ethical elephant welfare.

“Everybody who knows Elephant Hills is aware that we put the highest emphasis on our animal welfare standards. Our unique Elephant Experience allows guests since 2010 to interact with majestic Asian elephants in an ethical way, without riding or the elephants performing tricks.”

Depending on your preference, there are 2 tours to choose from.

1. 3D2N Jungle Lake Safari (most popular and good for couples who’re up for a challenge!)

  • Day 1: Feed, bathe and play with the elephants, go canoeing, and watch dinner dance performances.

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  • Day 2: Visit a local market, ride a traditional longtail boat on Cheow Larn Lake, go on a canoe safari and wildlife-spotting.

  • Day 3: Go jungle trekking and have a swim at the lake before heading off.

2. 4D3N Rainforest Nature Safari (a more relaxed pace for honeymooners who want to take things slow)

  • Day 1: Feed, bathe and play with the elephants, go canoeing, and watch dinner dance performances.

  • Day 2: Take a speedboat through the fig tree channel, canoe in the mangroves, lunch on a classic Burmese Junk, and watch dinner dance performances.

  • Day 3: Visit a local market, ride a traditional longtail boat on Cheow Larn Lake, free and easy time to go canoe, visit the elephants or explore the area, and relax with dinner dance performances.

  • Day 4: Go jungle trekking before heading off.

Another thing to note is that you’ll be able to experience two different types of glamping! First, you’ll glamp at the Elephant Camp in luxury tents in the jungle. Second, you’ll glamp in over-water tents at the Rainforest Camp. Cool huh!

Elephant Hills

Rate: From 25 115 Baht / approx. USD $803 (for all-inclusive 3D2N Jungle Lake Safari); From 27 080 Baht / approx. USD $866 (for all-inclusive 4D3N Rainforest Nature Safari)
Address: 170 Moo 7 Tambon Klong Sok, Panom District, Suratthani 84250 Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 5200 1186
3D2N Jungle Lake Safari
4D3N Rainforest Nature Safari

Website

13. Alongside a river, if you love outdoor activities, you’ll dig it here! – Hintok River Camp, Kanchanaburi

Camping’s pretty cool till you need to use the bathroom.

This campsite doesn’t only come with surprisingly spacious tents fully equipped with your en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning – they also serve dinner fresh off the grill.

Overlooking the River Kwai and Hintok Mountain, you can only imagine the views! It’s also nestled in a clearing in Kanchanaburi’s famous Hellfire Pass.

Tents are ‘pitched’ (Up on your own private wooden patio) along the river with wonderfully traditional Thai style decor. It feels like a comfortable hotel and makes for one super stylish camp!

Settle in amongst the tropical trees, and you should totally enquire with the hotel staff about organising activities such as canoeing trips, Hellfire Pass trekking, Bamboo Rafting and Mountain Biking. They can help you arrange it!  It also boasts a natural spring-water pool and daily campfires.

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Hintok River Camp   

Rate: 3126 Baht / USD $100  (Tent with Private Bathroom)
Address: 109 Ban Had Ngew, Tha Sao, Sai Yok District, Kanchanaburi 71150, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66(0) 81 754 3898
Website 

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14. Step back into the 70s at this retro glamp site! – Retro Mountain, Ko Phangan

Flashback to the good ol’ days and enjoy some glamping, retro style! I love a good ode to older times, and this mixes vintage vibes very tastefully in warm rooms, from the decor to the ambience.

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There’s this modern 70s household vibe (but in the jungle) and I just keep singing the theme song to that 70s Show!

Things are ultra comfy here. Laze for days on low sitting chairs and cushions scattered over the front of your lawn/space. It also comes with its own ensuite beautiful, open-ish shower, with green plants hanging from the ceiling bars.

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I also LOVE the high ceiling of these tents and with the jungle just in front of you, there’s a sense of magic in the air.

In my opinion, it’s really well priced for what it is. Gorgeous, super spacious, and on an island, what’s not to love?!

Retro Mountain  

Rate: From 2001 Baht / approx. USD $64
Address: 39/11, Ban Tai, Ko Pha-ngan District, Surat Thani 84280, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 61 213 5139
Website

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15. You’d have to pinch me just to remind me I’m actually in a tent – Kirimaya Golf Resort and Spa, Khao Yai

Undoubtedly one of the best places to stay in terms of design, the resort embraces quaint naturalism through its décor and services. This extends even to the lovely pool looking out to awe-inspiring views of the mountainous landscape.

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Wanna know what’s extra special here? Inside each tent is a beautiful spa bath, like the Japanese-style baths built into the floors, and is the centrepiece of each unit.

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Ladies and gentlemen, this is for those who like living life at its finest; the tents have been designed to replicate a master bedroom of the finest sort!

Floors are lined with water hyacinth rugs, and there’s even a gorgeous bamboo daybed. Stroll by thatched covered roadways, and stroll past exquisite hand-carved, hardwood doors from India.

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What else is there to do? Enjoy the exquisite Maya Spa and spend a glorious day at the Jack Niklaus golf course. So if you’re visiting as a couple or couples group, it’s got things to keep both the ladies and the gents preoccupied and happy.

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In keeping with the philosophy of natural dining, most of the food you’ll find here is grown in the resort’s own gardens. Sounds like an incredible back-to-nature experience, no?

Kirimaya Golf Resort and Spa

Rate: From 11 436 Baht / approx. USD $366 (Tented Villa)
Address: 1/3 Moo 6 Thanarat Road, Pak Chong, Amphoe Pak Chong, Chang Wat Nakhon Ratchasima 30130, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 (0) 4442 6000
Website

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16. If you’re looking for morning views to wake up to – Khao Sok Boutique Camps, Khao Sok

Say hello to incredible tented villas with walls made from tent canvas, all in those dark natural camouflage greens. It’s really got this glam-camper feel about it.

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Each unit has been built raised on a wooden platform with your own patio, so this is another spot that ensures total privacy!

It’s in Khao Sok National Park so you can only imagine how spectacular the views are. Just flap open your tent’s ‘door’ and enjoy the morning views from the comfort of your bed.

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You can totally expect to walk away with some exquisite photos right from your balcony! It looks out to a sea of tropical jungle, AND you look at it from above! With a background like that you don’t even have to try that hard.

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Khao Sok Boutique Camps

Rate: From 1343 Baht  / approx. USD $43
Address: 47 Moo.5 T.Klongsok Surathani Surathani Amphoe Phanom, Chang Wat Surat Thani 84250, Thailand (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 76 521 857
Website

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17. A sea of clouds is calling your name – The Fog Tells, Saimoklove (สายหมอกบอกฮัก ที่พักบ้านสะปัน อ.บ่อเกลือ จ.น่าน), Nan Province

If you’re besotted with looking at the sea of clouds and fairytale-like stays, this mountain homestay should totally catch your attention.

Wake up with your head quite literally among the clouds, can you imagine… And they say you can see it best in the early morning here, so you don’t have to trek anywhere when you’re barely awake to catch a good view!

Photo Via คุณจิ๋ว

They really put an emphasis on allowing people to come and experience the true nature of the villages surrounding it and its folk hospitality. I just love that about Thailand!

There’s a cafe and restaurant on the grounds too which you just have to try. They use all raw and natural ingredients from the area. Try their Golden Orange Cake, Nan Taro Mousse or Young Coconut Crepe Cake, mmmm, yummy!!

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PS: They do recommend not choosing this stay if travelling with kids or the elderly, as there’s quite a hill to walk up – unless you wanna be carrying those kiddies up it too!

The Fog Tells, Saimoklove

Rate: From 1700 Baht / USD $54.40 (Marquee without balcony for 2); 2200 Baht / USD $70.40 (Marquee with balcony for 2)
Address: 351 Moo 1, Ban Sapan, Dong Phaya Subdistrict, Bo Kluea District, Nan 55220 (Coordinates here)
Contact: +66 81 626 5536

Website

If you’ve never been a fan of camping before – hopefully after checking out just how luxurious camping (or GLAMPING) can really be nowadays…

We hope to have swayed your minds (and opinions) just a little. If you do decide to spend some time in nature, glamping style, we’d love to hear all about it! Travel stories are the best stories!

Share your memories with us on the socials, or tag #TripCanvas when you’re glamping in style around Thailand!

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