Spend the Night in a Jungle Bubble

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If you’re looking to kick off the year in truly memorable style, hop a jet to northern Thailand to spend a night in a bubble at Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort.

The whole festive season, while enjoyable, can take its toll, what with the travel, the relatives, the delicate group dynamics, and all that turkey! It’s completely understandable if you need a holiday after your holiday season. Obviously, you won’t want to go somewhere long-haul – a new year just began after all – and you’ll probably seek warmer climes rather than Asia’s typically chilly winter. You’ll also want to expand your horizons in the process. But don’t worry, we think we know just the place.

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At the acclaimed Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort in Thailand, guests can now spend the night with the camp’s elephants. Guests can now shack up in a pair of unique transparent Jungle Bubbles, which afford travellers the closest proximity to the graceful giants that call the resort home.

Anantara Golden Triangle Thailand Jungle Bubble

Perched above the Mekong and Ruak rivers, the Anantara camp offers its elephants a stunning natural setting and the two Eye in the Sky-designed Jungle Bubbles, each of which is situated on a raised wooden deck, not only offer a close encounter of the pachydermial kind, but also some pretty decent star gazing. Each bubble also features a sperate bedroom and living space, a transparent roof, a fully stocked minibar, and an enclosed ensuite shower, while packages will throw in 24-hour room service, and a delectable dinner basket.

Of course, after a few drinks and with the seduction of all those stars above, it might become a case of who’s watching who.

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Nick Walton is a Hong Kong-based photojournalist and Group Managing Editor for Artemis Communications, producers of Alpha Men Asia, JETSETTER Magazine, Explorer Magazine, The Art of Business Travel, Mirandus, IKHLAS, The Journal and The Edition.

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