Get Up-Close And Personal With Thai Elephants In The Jungle Bubble Suites

Jan 10, 2020

Category: Living

If you’re going to spend thousands of dollars to travel halfway across the globe to a jungle paradise, you might want to be able to enjoy that paradise even when you’re inside of your hotel room. Well, Thailand’s Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort has perhaps the absolute best way to manage that with their Jungle Bubbles.

Very similar to another resort in the frozen Arctic, the concept of the Jungle Bubbles is very much the same. On Antara’s grounds, there are a pair of transparent suites down at the jungle’s edge where elephants can be seen wandering through their natural habitat. Elevated slightly above the landscape on platforms — both for your safety and for that of the pachyderms — each suite includes a king bed, a seating area, a non-transparent bathroom, a fully-stocked minibar and dinner basket, 24-hour room service, and more. Truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience, the Jungle Bubbles are available to rent now starting at $585 a night.

Purchase: $585+

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