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  • Tammi Carter

    Soneva Kiri is the most luxurious hideaway on Thailand’s unspoilt and untamed island Koh Kood. The natural beauty of the resort is unmatched and the experience of staying in one of its 27 villas nestle among palm fringed hills around a secluded bay is simply exhilarating. to dine in a treetop dining pod. This is the world’s only restaurant where diners are seated in a bird’s nest. The trees have been selected carefully so that it provides stunning views of the sea and the rain forest.

  • The World Awaits

    Around The Dinner Table in a Suspended Tree Pod // Soneva Kiri Resort, Thailand #SonevaKiri #Thailand

  • BYOjet

    Dining Pod at Soneva Kiri Resort - Island of Ko Kood, Thailand #treehouse #restaurant #experience #travel

  • Abra (trouble maker extraordinaire)

    Dining Pod in Soneva Kiri, Thailand - inspiration for a grown up tree house?

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Soneva Kiri by Six Senses is a "six star" eco-resort located in Koh Kood, an island almost inhabited in Thailand. This dream location offers a 29 Villa Resort and several private residences, but the main atraction has to be the 16ft suspended tree dining pod, Soneva Kiri’s exclusive eating experience

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