Rabeang Pasak Treehouse
Golden Triangle & Northern Thailand | Other
The brainchild of a local retired architect, Rabeang Pasak Treehouse began as a project to build a fun holiday home for his family, then developed into a unique resort comprising of eight individual tree houses. Still family owned and managed, its setting in the middle of a teakwood forest feels wonderfully remote, despite being only 90 minutes north of Chiang Mai.
A pimped up version of the tree house you may have played in as a child, these boast hot running water and electricity! Aside from these relatively luxurious additions, they are still essentially wooden tree houses: showers are predominantly open-air; bedroom windows are netted; there is no air conditioning and, as with any forest setting, bugs & insects should be expected.
Each cottage is individual in design and layout – Bamboo House uniquely features a private natural plunge pool - and each sits in varying heights off the ground: not for vertigo sufferers, Tamarind House is accessed by four flights of wooden spiral steps; for those who prefer to keep their feet on terra ferma, Bamboo House & Rabeang House sit on the forest floor. If you're travelling with children there are two more spacious family 'houses', one of which can sleep up to six.
There are no organised activities in place and days can be as relaxed or active as you wish. As novel and fun as spending time in your own tree house is, you’ll want to explore the surrounding scenery. There are waterfalls to swim in, interesting caves to visit, a nearby lake and local village that can be explored either by foot or on one of the property’s bicycles. Having worked up an appetite, enjoy home cooked meals in the communal open-air dining area under the trees.
We SayThis resort will bring out the child in everyone!
Pasak Ngam Village, Luang Neua, Doi Saket
- Your Accommodation
- 8 Tree-houses
- Standard room amenities
- Room fans
- Eating & Drinking
- Open-air dining area
- Leisure & Relaxation
- Bicycles available