Treepod Dining Experience at Soneva Kiri Resort

Jun 16, 2014

Category: Living

Maybe dad built you a treehouse when you were seven, but we have a strong hunch he never ziplined in with a bowl of SpaghettiOs and an ice-cold Capri Sun. Now you can make up for your deprived childhood at the Soneva Kiri resort in Thailand, where their Treepod Dining experience promises an astounding meal.

Located on the remote Thai island of Kood, the resort features 42 resort villa and 21 private residences spanning 150 acres of beach and tropical rainforest. But when it’s dinner time, prepare to be hoisted up to 26-feet off the ground into a bamboo pod in a eucalyptus tree, with servers zipping in to bring you and up to three others your food and drink. With spectacular views of the shoreline and the foliage, you’ll probably be so content that you can call your dad and tell him that, despite his flaws, you love him anyway.

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