Head for the countryside. 

Nestled amid rice fields beside the Tha Chin River, in Nakhon Pathom, Jumtla Campiness (www.fb.com/jumtlaglampingresort) is a boutique glamping spot that let's you get away from it all while barely leaving Bangkok. 

Set upon a cement-tile foundation under an old-school thatched roof to guard against all the elements, your tent doesn't lack for mod cons: electricity outlets, sizable mattress, fan and even air-con. (The only real downside is having to share the restroom with other guests.)

This mini-resort also promisese nourishing food, with the kitchen whippping up meals cooked with vegetables plucked fresh from their chemical-free garden and river prawns caught fresh from the river. 

The cost of staying here is B1,450/person/night, and that even includes breakfast and dinner. Wat Lam Phaya Floating Market is a short drive from the resort—a great spot to stock up on delicious treats.  

Jumtla Campiness is around one-hour's drive from central Bangkok.