Treetop Dining in Thailand

Treetop Dining in Thailand

Courtesy of Six Senses
Courtesy of Six Senses

We’ve eaten in the dark and underwater—now it’s time to dine in the treetops. In the Gulf of Thailand, Soneva Kiri by Six Senses (suites from $1,970) has a new sky-high dining pod, a steel-and-rattan basket that’s hoisted 26 feet off the ground in a eucalyptus tree overlooking the beach. In a Cirque du Soleil–style touch, waiters fly in via zipline to serve simple, Thai-inspired dishes such as chicken casserole with lemongrass.

Did you enjoy this article?

Share it.

Explore More