Treehouse accommodation is having a moment. These unique stays have been popping up all over the place, from Hawaii to India, and even here at home in Australia. But if you’re searching for ultimate relaxation nestled amidst nature, you’ve found it at TreeHouse Villas Koh Tao Noi Luxury Resort, Thailand.
You’ll find the resort in what is dubbed one of Thailand’s last unspoilt islands, Kah Yao Noi, halfway between Phuket and Krabi. The island is famous for its footprint-free white sand beaches, lush untouched jungles and totally stunning and pristine beaches.
The newly opened treehouse villas are completely secluded, so much so that the only way there is by boat from Phuket. But once you arrive, it’s time to unwind and just chill, with daily buffet breakfasts, multi-course dinners, tapas, nightly sunset cocktails, traditional Thai massages and so much more.
The treehouses themselves are stunning. The 100-square-metre-space comes kitted out with a private plunge pool, king-sized bedding, day beds, floor to ceiling windows, a jungle shower, hammocks, and exclusive and direct beachfront access.
Best of all, Treehouse Villas Koh Yao Noi takes a very serious approach to environmental sustainability. Treehouse building materials and décor was sourced and created from recycled materials.
Keen? Right now you can book seven nights for just $2000. It’s certainly the #ballerlyf, but go on – you deserve it!
Find more information or book your treehouse online.
How to get there to Treehouse Koh Yao
- Fly Qantas to Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
- Catch a connecting OneWorld Partner flight to Phuket
- Book a private tour transfer to Kah Yao Noi, Thailand
(All images: TreeHouse Villas Koh Tao Noi Luxury Resort)