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hailand is well known as a popular beach destination,

but there is far more to the country than its famous

white coral sands. Include some time in the north of

the country and you will be rewarded with a richer

perception of the wonderful diversity of this fascinating

Buddhist kingdom.

The northern capital of Chiang Mai offers a much softer

urban environment to the mad hustle of Bangkok, retaining

a far more traditional personality and a cityscape still

dominated by a collection of over 30 temples as well as an

old quarter complete with ramparts and moats. No visit to

Chiang Mai would be complete without a stroll through its

famous night market. Continue to The Golden Triangle,

where the Ruak and Mekong Rivers converge as natural

borders to Laos and Myanmar, a serene and picturesque

region with lush green rice paddies and colourful hill tribes.

Four Seasons Resorts offer the perfect framework to

experience the very best of these regions before heading

to the island of Koh Samui for a beachfront finale!

The Golden Triangle

The perfect trio of Culture, Jungle and Beachside with

Four Seasons Resorts in Thailand


ituated overlooking rice terraces in the Mae Rim

Valley, the Four Seasons ChiangMai is an extremely

luxurious retreat in a beautiful part of northern

Thailand. With vaulted ceilings and covered verandas, each

of the 98 spacious pavilions and luxury villas in Chiang Mai

features polished teak floors, rich Thai cotton decorations

and beautiful Siamese artwork, all under cooling overhead

fans. Technology includes a satellite television, DVD player

and wireless Internet access. The ideal place to take in the

region’s cultural delights before heading north toChiang Rai.

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai