Eco-Friendly Bungalows Surrounded By Nature In Chiang Mai, ThailandMae Wang, Chiang Mai (Thailand) view map
Description of Glamping Units
There are two different types of bungalows offered at this glamping site – the family bungalows and the private bungalows. The family bungalows can accommodate up to four people, and the private bungalows can accommodate up to two people. All of the bungalows are built from natural, locally sourced material, and they were each hand built by local Karen villagers in a traditional style. Each of the bungalows has a private bathroom, a veranda with a cozy hammock and a comfortable, big mattress. Both traditional and basic, these bungalows are totally clean and comfortable, too. Read More
- Linens provided
This glamping site offers a transportation service from Chiang Mai City to the property, and then back to Chiang Mai City after your stay has finished.
There is an organic farm right on this glamping property, and it’s constantly expanding. There are fruits, vegetables, spices and herbs growing in the garden, and they are all grown by using natural farming methods that the glamping site’s owners learned from Karen villagers.
- Airport transfer
- Deck or balcony
- Dining room
Location + Surroundings
This beautiful glamping site is tucked away high in the mountains of the Mae Wang area in Thailand, about a 1.5-hour drive away from Chiang Mai City. The lodge consists of mountain bungalows that allow you to experience the pristine northern Thai nature. Wake up to breezes of fresh mountain air and look out over the lush jungle. The local villagers lead a truly authentic Thai way of life that may surprise you but it will definitely give you a new perspective of Thailand. You won’t find tourist crowds here and you won’t be treated like a tourist. Read More
- Bird watching
Your stay at this glamping site could go two ways – complete rest and relaxation up in the mountains, or an activity-filled trip. The choice is completely up to you. Some of the activities available include exploring nearby rice paddies and learning about local farming methods, venturing into the jungle and finding its hidden waterfalls, visiting a traditional Karen village and seeing the villagers’ daily life, taking an authentic Thai cooking class, and if you’re a bit more adventurous, you could also go bareback elephant riding, bamboo rafting and river tubing. You can discuss all of these tours with the glamping site owners when you book your stay.
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- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
This glamping site aims for three things. They hope to improve their environmental responsibility by minimizing their impact on the environment, help local communities and give guests staying there a true look at traditional Thai culture.