This tented camp on the outskirts of Khao Yai National Park offers laid-back glamping with a mixture of modern conveniences and an embracement of nature. The luxury tents and treehouse-style villas of Lala Mukha Tented Camp provide visitors with plenty of fresh air with plenty of space to explore yet offer plenty of amenities that mean the hotel does not feel basic.
The Deluxe Savanna tents are a great option as these offer the adventurous ambience of sleeping under canvas alongside the convenience of en-suite showers and private balconies. The interior of these tents is stylish and elegant, with plenty of bamboo and wooden furnishings to emphasise the simple beauty of the jungle setting. These tents still feature satellite TV and air conditioning and benefit from butler service with morning coffee or afternoon tea served on the secluded terrace.
The eco safari tents offer a more down-to-earth camping experience, with a similar design except for shared bath facilities, while the apartment suites in the treehouses are better for larger families.
The resort’s main casual, chic all-day-dining restaurant, Jabulani Restaurant, offers a wide selection of authentic Thai dishes and a range of western choices. There is also a grill and roast speciality, with various delectable barbecued meats available as a decadent treat for guests. Visitors can either enjoy the restaurant’s relaxed atmosphere, dining in the elegant indoors or under the stars outdoors, or even enjoy their meal on their very own terrace.
The nearby Khao Yai National Park provides plenty of exciting activities that the hotel can help to organise. For explorers, Khao Yai offers beautiful attractions such as nature trails, idyllic waterfalls to discover, adventure theme parks, as well as the agricultural learning centre. Golf enthusiasts have numerous word-class golf resorts nearby to try out. Families can join wildlife-spotting activities to seek out bird species and other jungle critters.