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Vadim Bobyr

If you have a vacation bucket list, Thailand is about to rise to the top. Though the crystal clear waters, majestic temples, and legendary street food are all incredible, they’re not what will make you want to book your flight ASAP. It’s the treehouse dining pod in the middle of the rainforest that will win you over.

Treepod Dining is located in the Soneva Kiri resort on Koh Kood (Koh Kut) island. But you don’t need to be a guest at the hotel to snag a reservation, which is good considering that each room cost upwards of $3,000 per night. The two-hour dining experience can be booked for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and each bamboo pod can seat up to four guests.

If you’re afraid of heights, this experience might not be for you. Each cocoon is suspended 20 feet in the air. But you don’t have to climb the tree to get there. Everyone sits down on ground level before the pod is hoisted up into the trees by cables.

The coolest part though might be the zip-lining waiter who literally fly across the forest to serve you traditional (and organic) Thai food. After some hors d’oeuvres and a couple glasses wines, of course. Because yes, you deserve a glass of pinot grigio in a private magical treehouse in the middle of a tropical paradise, damnit.

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