Thailand Luxury Camping Safari
Rivers Glamping From USD $125
Kanchanaburi, River Kwai, Thailand
1 Bedroom, sleeps 2
From USD $125
Situated along the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi, Thailand Luxury style glamping reminiscent of the glory days of African Safaris. Imagine camping in a canvas tent in air conditioned comfort, with your own private bathroom and hot shower and a luxurious bed. With rafting, trekking and cultural activities abounding, you can either relax or get very active @ Hellfire Pass.
If you do not enjoy camping there is no point in checking this place out. However if you do enjoy a night out under the stars and have always wondered what it would be like to do so in the pampered luxury of an African safari of yesteryear, then you should give Hintok River Camp a try.
The tents boast many mod cons, including electricity, air conditioning, bathroom facilities, hot showers, comfortable beds and linens and are tastefully decorated and appointed to create that appropriate jungle glamping experience.
With the breeze and scents of fertile nature and scent of history, Hintok River Camp @ Hellfire Pass offers luxurious safari themed glamping with 38 spacious deluxe canvas tents boasting a selection of of twin/queen-size/ triple beds, in-room private bathroom and shower with hot water, in-room adjustable air-conditioning, private veranda, and rustic wooden furniture for your utmost comfort.
The room size ranges from 26 SQM. to 32.6 SQM settled on wooden bases.
If you are seeking a formal sit down meal, a semi open-air dining restaurant is set on a wooden terrace overlooking the historic river “Kwai Noi”. To be enjoyed with the spectacular scenery while dining is a broad range of drinks and tasty & hygienic food arranged by a professional chef.
If you would prefer something more low key, staff offer an exotic buffet styled B.B.Q. dinner around your camp fire and your canvas tent’s front yard. While enjoying your barbeque under the moonlight, you may experience a performance by the local Mon tribe, a minority community living on the Thai-Burma border.
There are a wealth of activities to experience in the immediate vicinity, including; Hellfire Pass trekking trail, Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum, mountain biking, elephant riding, Lawa cave, Waterfalls, bird watching, sun bathing, boating and canoeing, bamboo rafting,
"The tent is huge and air-coned lying in a large field and surrounded by gorgeous mountain range and river. Love the BBQ campfire at night and spring pool down next to the river. A bit warm during the day but air-con helps and pretty cold during the night. We even turned off the air-con at night and opened windows for fresh air. The camp is close to Hellfire Pass. We spent couple of hours there trekking and taking photos. Enjoyed it so much. Will certainly recommend to friends." Yok Dekdee, Bangkok
"This was a lovely location above the River Kwai, with a swimming pool as part of the river...the rooms are actually tents, very comfortable and air conditioned, only minor problem is that the bathroom is not screened in like the actual bedroom... breakfast was very good, overlooking the river and the bar was very nice also overlooking the river...first night BBQ dinner was excellent." Dai Wei Shi, New York
There are a wide range of packages and prices depending on length of stay, full or part board and activities booked that can lower the standard USD $125 rate. With a package you can expect your tent to cost you between USD $100 and USD $300 per night.