A Thrilling Sky-High Landmark

A Thrilling Sky-High Landmark

As Kata Group marks 40 years of hospitality, it has unveiled Colours of Beyond – a transformative rebrand for the Beyond Resorts and an added splash of excitement into vacations with the Bt500 million Beyond Skywalk Nangshi, a thrilling sky-high landmark destined to attract global travellers.

 

Forget the ordinary and step into an exhilarating escape at Beyond Skywalk Nangshi in Thailand’s stunning Phang Nga Province. Here, half a billion baht has been poured into crafting a 57-room haven that caters to every travel style and budget. Thrill-seekers can conquer their fears on Thailand’s highest and longest glass-floored viewing platform, while nature lovers soak in panoramic vistas from the infinity pool. Couples can create lasting memories amidst verdant valleys and families can embark on unforgettable adventures together.

 

A Thrilling Sky-High Landmark
Are you brave enough to venture on to the skywalk?

 

The Beyond Skywalk Nangshi redefines the Phang Nga experience with its diverse room types, each promising a unique perspective on the surrounding beauty. Seaview Tent, these cozy 23-sqm tents offer comfort and style, blending seamlessly with the surrounding nature where guests can wake up to the gentle murmur of waves and a panoramic sunrise over the sparkling sea. Forest Tent, are nestled amidst lush greenery and allow guests to breathe in the fresh air and wake up to a symphony of birdsong.

 

Meanwhile, Seaview Pavilions provide the ultimate relaxation with sweeping views of Samet Nangshi’s pristine beauty, offering a haven of luxury just steps from the beach. At the Pool Villa, travellers can unwind in a private oasis with one-bedroom and two-bedroom villas. Featuring a refreshing pool or Jacuzzi, stunning sunrise views and a distinctive design, these villas offer the ultimate escape for couples or solo travellers.

 

A Thrilling Sky-High Landmark
Guests can spend the night in one of the Seaview tents.

 

A noteworthy feature is the Beyond Skywalk, recognised as the tallest and longest glass-floor walkway in Thailand. Spanning 180 metres and positioned 80 metres above sea level, the walkway comprises three layers of thick glass, capable of supporting weights up to 500 kilograms per square metre. Every step feels like you’re hovering, while every glance offers a breathtaking perspective. Admission to Beyond Skywalk, which includes food and drink credits, is priced at Bt500 for adults, Bt300 for students/children, and free for young children (until 29th February).

 

Indulge in culinary delights at Horizon, an all-day restaurant boasting breathtaking panoramic views. Savour delectable cuisine that will tantalise your taste buds, while the stunning scenery leaves you speechless. For a more casual atmosphere, head to Skywalk Café. Enjoy a refreshing coffee and a light bite, all while soaking in the laid-back vibes. It’s the perfect spot to relax and unwind after a day of exploring.

 

A Thrilling Sky-High Landmark
The project offers a new perspective for the region.

 

The 4th floor is home to the infinity pool, where the Andaman Sea unfurls like a shimmering turquoise tapestry dotted with emerald island jewels. Guests can also embark on an island odyssey by gliding through mangrove-laced canals in a traditional longtail boat, enveloped by chirping birds and glistening water. Stand in awe at the dramatic limestone karsts of James Bond Island, unveil hidden coves on Hong Island, snorkel amidst kaleidoscopic coral reefs at Panak Island, or lose yourself in the charm of the floating village of Panyee.

 

A Thrilling Sky-High Landmark
Guests can gaze from the comfort of the infinity pool.

 

For more information and reservations, call +66 (0) 7642 – 9965 or email: reservations@katagroup.com.

 

 

Source: Beyond Resorts.

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