Koh Kood is Thailand’s fourth largest and the least populated island, it is known for having some of the most vibrant natural ecology in the country. The amount of different ecosystems, combined with the island’s low population and relatively unspoiled environment, mean that Koh Kood supports a large diversity of life. The sea around the island teems with marine life, while the interior is home to wild animals, lush flora and an exotic butterfly population.
Located on the island, Soneva Kiri comprises 36 ultra-spacious pool villas located on the idyllic beach or sunny slopes in the rain forest. The impossibly chic furnishings are made of the highest quality sustainable materials, and the villas also offer personal electric buggies and an impeccable service courtesy of the private butlers.
Highlights include the open air Cinema Paradiso, Benz’ mangrove restaurant, the Chocolate and Ice cream parlour, the Observatory, the Den and the spectacular Treetop Dining Pod.
Barefoot luxury at its best, Soneva Kiri inspires the imagination, Thai style.