Dine Among The Tree-Tops In A Remote Resort

Dine Among The Tree-Tops In A Remote Resort
Design

Resort offers guests the opportunity to eat meals in a rainforest.

Allie Walker
  • 9 may 2012

The Six Senses Soneva Kiri resort on the Thai island of Koh Kood now offers ‘tree-pod’ dining for its more adventurous guests. The remote luxury resort (accessible only by the resort’s private plane) is nestled in a tropical rainforest and promotes the use of sustainable and renewable sources in its design and architecture; ‘tree-pod’ dining is just the latest addition to the resort’s encouragement of ‘the fusion of nature with guest experiences.’

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