Celebrate Easter and Songkran with Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai

Get together with loved ones to celebrate the most-awaited holidays this spring

February 13, 2024,
Chiang Mai, Thailand

As Chiang Mai welcomes the arrival of blossoming landscapes, Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai is primed for the season of sharing this Easter and Songkran Celebrations. The Resort promises the perfect blend of relaxation, culinary delights, and enriching activities, all within the picturesque setting of Mae Rim valley offering the ideal countryside retreat.​ “Our Private Retreats are the perfect homes for families looking to vacation in Chiang Mai,” says Sean Mosher, General Manager, Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Tented Camp Golden Triangle. “Get together with loved ones in our multi-bedroom residences, and make a connection in the most meaningful way when you stay with us.”  

With airport transfers, daily breakfast, an hour-long spa experience, and afternoon tea included, the Private Retreats – Reunite and Reconnect offer sets the perfect stage for a memorable getaway. Moreover, kids aged 6 and under can enjoy complimentary dining at the Resort's restaurants when accompanied by their parents. Chiang Mai, a captivating destination brimming with a multitude of attractions such as the enchanting Royal Park Ratchapruek, Tha Phae Gate, Wat Pra Singh, and Wat Chedi Luang, offers an ideal setting for quality family time during the festive seasons of Easter and Songkran.

Easter Specials

Inspired by the bounty of tropical produce that arrives with the season, the Resort's chefs have scheduled a delectable lineup of culinary experiences to liven up the mood. At Rim Tai Kitchen, a dazzling Easter Sunday Brunch delivers a crackle and crunch highlighted by live counters and fresh seafood off the grill. A live jazz trio playing riveting festive tunes and a treasure hunt for the kids make for a fun family affair. “Easter is always a favourite with the kids, and La-On Kids Club rises to the occasion,” smiles Anthony Tschudin, Resort Manager. From egg hunts, egg-painting, and egg-rolling games to a ring-toss with a costumed long-ear bunny as bait, the entertainment is sure to keep young guests occupied while adults can enjoy a relaxing afternoon.

Alongside Easter activities, the Resort offers a range of enriching, fun and safe experiences for all ages including a dedicated Kids For All Seasons program that will keep young travellers entertained throughout their stay, from toy making to engaging in the traditional arts of batik panting and krathong painting at the La-On Kids Club. Young guests can learn traditional tie and dye, and pottery at the cultural hub Chaan Baan, where the teams work with local communities to help sustain and preserve the crafts.

April Splash

“At Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, we invite you to immerse yourself in the spirit of Songkran, embracing activities that honour Thai heritage," states Ashok Nair, Director of Rooms and Residences. "Our curated experiences are designed to make your Thai New Year celebration truly memorable."

Guests are welcomed to participate in the traditional water blessing ceremony, Rod Nam Dam Hua, a ritual that symbolizes purification and the welcoming of blessings for the new year. Additionally, the Resort offers the unique opportunity to engage in Kor Kong Sai, the art of sand pile making, set against the tranquil backdrop of the Resort’s Yoga Barn. Another enriching experience includes crafting Lanna flags, Tung Sai Moo at Chan Baan, where guests can delve into the symbolism of these vibrant flags and create their own, infusing their space with beauty and significance.

Blending with Culinary Traditions

The festive atmosphere is palpable at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai as Songkran, the Thai New Year, is celebrated with great enthusiasm. “Songkran presents an unparalleled opportunity for family bonding,” notes Tshudin. He highlights the Family Cooking Class at Rim Tai Kitchen as a must-do experience. Guests are invited to embark on a culinary journey that mirrors the rich tradition of family cooking in Thai culture. Together, families can explore the diverse flavours of the cuisine, learning various cooking techniques and discovering unique ingredients straight from Chef’s Garden. This experience is not just about gastronomy; it's a celebration of family bonds and cultural immersion, offering a delightful blend of fun, tradition, and deliciousness.

KHAO by Four Seasons rings in this truly Thai family celebration with a Songkran Wine night offering a lavish spread of traditional delicacies paired with a selection of premium wines from the Monsoon Valley collection. At both celebrations, desserts play a key part, and the pastry chef leaves no stone unturned to ensure that guests are offered a unique, seasonal experience. “The mango afternoon tea features an exquisite presentation of sweet and savoury patisserie delights,” confirms Tschudin. “Served overlooking the glistening green rice paddies, this is a not-to-be-missed springtime serenade.”

Mindfulness and Wellbeing

Reconnecting as a family through wellness can have a profound and lasting impact, and at the award-winning Wara Cheewa Spa, guests are being offered a variety of experiences and rituals to choose from. “The Cosmic Manifestation Sound Bath Ritual is a transformative experience that helps the body align with universal energies through the resonance of Tibetan and crystal singing bowls,” suggests Director of Spa Saowapa Thumapun.

Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai extends its commitment to exceptional experiences to younger guests. Wara Cheewa Spa offers a customized spa journey called Start Them Young, thoughtfully crafted for teenagers, ensuring that the entire family can partake in a truly rejuvenating and unforgettable relaxation experience.

The spa’s Signature Harley Street 111SKIN treatment package promises complete rejuvenation and radiant skin, to suit the celebratory mood. As part of new signature offering, guests are warmly invited to immerse themselves in the Rose of the North ritual, an experience steeped in the cultural essence of Chiang Mai. This unique spa journey is designed to enchant the senses and deepen the connection with the local traditions. “From rejuvenating family yoga sessions with our in-house expert Dheeraj Singh Patwal, to creative modules such as the Saa Paper Making, there is so much to bond over as a family this spring,” smiles Tschudin.

Don’t miss out on the chance to create unforgettable moments with loved ones this festive season.

Book a stay now to secure a place in the heart of Thailand’s cultural festivities. For reservations, call +66 (0) 53 298 181, email, or connect through the FS Chat App.