Duration: 3 Days/ 2 Nights
Cost: start from 11,840 Baht per person (based on 2 persons travelling together)
Lanjia Lodge is less than 1 hour drive to the Golden Triangle, the area where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet at the confluence of the Ruak River and the Mekong River. In this tour, you will drive up lush green mountains to admire a beautiful garden and a royal palace and take a relaxing cruise on the Mekong river.


Arrive at Lanjia Lodge about 4 pm. Herbal juice will be served while you are checking in at the lodge. Then, watch a presentation about the Hmong and Lahu tribes, the Golden triangle area and the giant catfish (locally known as Pla Buek) – the world’s biggest fresh water fish found in the Mekong River. Learn about activities that affect the Mekong River and people whose lives depend on the river. Dinner and watch traditional Hmong performances. ​ Overnight at Lanjia Lodge

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After breakfast, depart for the Thailand-Burma border at Mae Sai District (on your own expense, you can cross the border to Burma to visit Takhilek Market). Then drive along the border via Baan Pha Mee to visit Wat Prathat Doi Tung, Doi Chang Mub arboretum garden and Doi Tung Palace.

Lunch served at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, drive to the Golden Triangle to visit the Hall of Opium. Board a long-tail boat for a cruise on the Mekong River down to a fisherman village of Baan Had Bai. Then return to the lodge. ​Dinner and overnight at Lanjia Lodge.


After breakfast, relax at your leisure until the check-out time.

Multi-Day Packages

Adventure Trekking
​(3 Days/ 2 Nights)

​Stay in an fantastic eco-friendly hill tribe lodge in the  Hmong and Lahu hill tribe villages and trek through breathtaking and amazing scenic mountains. 
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Hill Tribe and Mekong Discovery 
(3 Days/ 2 Nights)
​In this tour, Lanjia Lodge is a base where you will explore beautiful natural surroundings around the Mekong River in northern Thailand.
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