Treetop Dining in Thailand

Treetop Dining in Thailand

Courtesy of Six Senses

<p>Courtesy of Six Senses</p>

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.

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