At our Golden Triangle resort teak floors, hill tribe fabrics, and traditional artwork create a sense of place, while high-tech comforts ensure your jungle adventure is luxurious. Laze on your cantilevered Thai daybed, gazing at grazing elephants below. Soak in a deep terrazzo tub with partition slid open to take in the view.
Thai wood carving has its highly decorative roots in the spiritual elements of nature, reflecting all of nature’s vitality and abundance in its subject matter and its technique. In Thai literature there are heavenly spirits that Thai woodcarvers believing inhabit trees. These trees are the banana, banyan, hopea and pipal trees which all have their own spirits #baandummuseum
My name is Ja-Thong which means happiness in « Karen » language from where I am from. I am 28 years old and I am a rescued elephant. I have joined @gtaef_thailand and @anantara_goldentriangle since 7 years! I’m from Chiang Mai not far away from here, I used to transport logs in the forest and have long working days, but now I am enjoying the beautiful green lush jungle, people taking care of me, meeting my friend Beau and of course eating, my favorite hobby!
In Thai “baan” means home or house and “dam”means black. The black house isn’t just one structure, but a collection of around 40 buildings of varying shapes and sizes dotted around a peaceful garden. Located about an hour from our resort, we recommended you to include this visit while you discover the beautiful area of Chiang Rai.
🐘 Elephants have a few ways to stay cool🌡The principal ones are ear-flapping, which creates a breeze, and bathing, which cools the pachyderms when the water evaporates from their skin. Together with these tricks, the skin hot spots allow the animals to keep their body temperature constant at about 36 degrees C – one degree less than humans 😊
In 2015, the Maldives witnessed a damaging bleaching event to its coral reefs. Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort and Anantara Veli Maldives Resort combined forces with Coral Reef CPR and its experts to create the Holistic Approach to Reef Protection (HARP). Our guests play a crucial role in the process of restoring the reefs. Comment below if you would like to know how you can support this initiative! Watch the full video and discover more here 👉