Traveling to Thailand should be found on everyone’s wish list, and relax among the trees with a glass of your favorite beverage in hand and a view of the clear water on Gulf of Thailand, it could occupy a high place on the list. Located on the wild and uninhabited island of Koh Kood, a luxury resort “Soneva Kiri” devised a fantastic new concept restaurants. At a height of five meters, in the trees of tropical Masang trees, “Treetop” offers a unique experience for guests.
“Treetop” basket is made of sturdy frame and a woven rattan and can accommodate up to four people. Guests are accommodated on the ground in the cart like a bird’s nest, and then the basket elevate up to larmier in the trees.
While guests enjoy the lush, tropical vegetation, a waiter who “flies” on a rope bring the ordered food and drink.
Breakfast in the “nest” with the birds, a perfect way to start the day. Lunch offers an escape from the heat, a candlelight dinner and sunset, surely one of the most romantic experiences.
Inspired by the free spirit of childhood and the desire for glows among the treetops where they develop imagination and dreams brought forth, “Treepod” designed and built the founder of “Nomadic Resorts”, Luis Thompson in collaboration with the architect Olav Bruin and Company “Little World”, which was responsible for the “zip line” system for delivery of food.