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Hotel launches glass skywalk with 360-degree view of Samet Nangshe

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A new hotel boasts Thailand’s highest glass skywalk, offering a 360-degree view at the stunning Samet Nangshe on Phang Nga Bay, in southern Thailand.

The Beyond Skywalk Nangshe Hotel, in the Takua Thung district, hopes the new feature will prove a tourist magnet, given its proximity to Samet Nangshi viewpoint. The viewpoint boasts impressive views of Phang Nga Bay.

The new skywalk is around 180 metres in length and 80 metres above sea level. It’s made of safety glass 30 millimetres thick, which can support weight of up to 500 kilograms per square metre.

To access the skywalk, there is an entrance fee of 500 baht for adults and 300 baht for students. These are promotional prices valid until the end of the month and tickets can be redeemed against food and drinks purchased in the hotel. Young children can enter for free.

The hotel has 57 rooms, with some including tents with sea view or mountain view, in addition to pool villas and a sea view pavilion. The fourth floor of the hotel boasts a large swimming bool with coffee and other drinks available.

There are also longtail services to the popular James Bond Island and other islands in the vicinity.


SOURCE: Nation Thailand

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