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    Tucked away in the breathtakingly scenic Mae Rim Valley is a beautiful Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai. Gorgeous landscaped gardens and emerald paddy fields surround its 64 luxurious Pavilion Rooms. Richly decorated in Lanna-style golds and maroons, each features its own bedroom, sitting room and private sala.

    For families or friends holidaying together, the resort offers a host of Residences that combine the signature Four Seasons comfort and services with the exclusiveness of a private home.

    These Residences are available in one, two or three bedroom configurations, with private terraces and plunge pools. The three bedroom Penthouse Residences occupy two levels joined by a teak spiral staircase, with stunning views of the nearby mountains and countryside. During the cool season, snuggle up by the fireplace-a fixture in every Residence-and enjoy meals prepared by your very own housekeeper.

    Explore the resort’s lush grounds, where you will meet the resident family of water buffalo.

    As the sun set’s, the same paths take on a magical glow with rustic torches and beautiful oversized lanterns. Or learn to cook at the resort’s famed cooking school, where guests can choose from a six-day programme or select from individual modules.

    Situated in a spacious and well-equipped pavilion, the cooking school reveals the secrets of classic Thai dishes, like Paad Thai and Tom Yam Goong. For indulgence, the resort’s spa awaits.

    A palatial three-storey villa, the spa was designed in the Lanna style and inspired by a northern Thai temple. Within its seven stunning treatment suites, guests may enjoy therapies drawn from ancient Thai rituals to beautify, relax and heal.

    Within 10 minutes of the resort are a myriad of sights and activities.

    See an endless variety of exotic blooms at the Sanamphung Orchid Farm, or explore a nearby butterfly farm. Picnic by the Mae Sa Waterfalls, take a slow ride on an elephant at the Mae Sa Elephant Camp or play golf at the scenic Chiang Mai Green Valley Golf and Country Club.

    Later on, savour delectable Thai cuisine at the resort’s Sala Mae Rim restaurant or in the comfort of your private sala. Then sit back and relax in the serenity of the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai.

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    Tucked away in the breathtakingly scenic Mae Rim Valley is a beautiful Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai. Gorgeous landscaped gardens and emerald paddy fields surround its 64 luxurious Pavilion Rooms. Richly decorated in Lanna-style golds and maroons, each features its own bedroom, sitting room and private sala.

    For families or friends holidaying together, the resort offers a host of Residences that combine the signature Four Seasons comfort and services with the exclusiveness of a private home.

    These Residences are available in one, two or three bedroom configurations, with private terraces and plunge pools. The three bedroom Penthouse Residences occupy two levels joined by a teak spiral staircase, with stunning views of the nearby mountains and countryside. During the cool season, snuggle up by the fireplace-a fixture in every Residence-and enjoy meals prepared by your very own housekeeper.

    Explore the resort’s lush grounds, where you will meet the resident family of water buffalo.

    As the sun set’s, the same paths take on a magical glow with rustic torches and beautiful oversized lanterns. Or learn to cook at the resort’s famed cooking school, where guests can choose from a six-day programme or select from individual modules.

    Situated in a spacious and well-equipped pavilion, the cooking school reveals the secrets of classic Thai dishes, like Paad Thai and Tom Yam Goong. For indulgence, the resort’s spa awaits.

    A palatial three-storey villa, the spa was designed in the Lanna style and inspired by a northern Thai temple. Within its seven stunning treatment suites, guests may enjoy therapies drawn from ancient Thai rituals to beautify, relax and heal.

    Within 10 minutes of the resort are a myriad of sights and activities.

    See an endless variety of exotic blooms at the Sanamphung Orchid Farm, or explore a nearby butterfly farm. Picnic by the Mae Sa Waterfalls, take a slow ride on an elephant at the Mae Sa Elephant Camp or play golf at the scenic Chiang Mai Green Valley Golf and Country Club.

    Later on, savour delectable Thai cuisine at the resort’s Sala Mae Rim restaurant or in the comfort of your private sala. Then sit back and relax in the serenity of the Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai.

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