The bustling city of Bangkok, known for its vibrant streets and golden temples, is now also home to a haven that marries nature, luxury, and state-of-the-art facilities: Six Senses The Forestias. Nestled within what is pegged to be Thailand’s most distinctive forest community, The Forestias stands as a testament to the belief that proximity to nature and nurturing close relationships are cornerstones of enduring happiness. It is no surprise that this luxury development is built with an emphasis on integrating nature’s serenity and therapeutic effects into its very core.
Centrally located within this serene backdrop are 27 residences that flank a picturesque woodland lagoon. These homes offer spacious living quarters, with three to five bedrooms, ensuring comfort for families of various sizes.
But the offering of Six Senses The Forestias doesn’t end at the threshold of these homes. The hotel, a premier in Bangkok for the Six Senses brand, extends a plethora of experiences for residents and visitors alike. Imagine walking nature trails in the morning, followed by tai chi sessions, and winding down the evening with a meal from a choice of world-class dining options.
Further adding to this communal ethos is Six Senses Place. Whether you seek a rejuvenating treatment, a collaborative coworking area, or simply wish to lounge at the central bar, it offers an abundance of options. MQDC CEO, Visit Malaisirirat, and the developer’s President for Hotels & Hospitality, Chris Ow, signed on behalf of the developer with Six Senses represented by Neil Jacobs, CEO, and Bernhard Bohnenberger, president of Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas.
“This collaboration is based on a shared goal: to give guests and residents the highest-quality experiences for health and well-being while operating in total harmony with the human and natural environment, an approach MQDC calls for all well-being,” said Visit Malaisirirat.
A notable mention is the architectural masterpiece of the 18-story building which houses 60 guest rooms and 36 residences. The structure is designed to meld seamlessly with the green environs, ensuring nature’s touch at every turn. International standards, as evidenced by adherence to the NFPA 5000, further underlines the project’s commitment to safety and quality.
The canopy walk is yet another feature in The Forestias’ cap. Linking the leisure amenities in the north to the southern residences, this treetop bridge is a conduit through a forest that houses an astonishing 500 species of plants and wildlife.
The residences themselves exude contemporary elegance, equipped with Bulthaup kitchens and Gessi bathroom fixtures. A notable feature of each residence is the private pool and onsen, not to mention organic gardens ripe for personal cultivation.
Beyond the luxury and leisure amenities, The Forestias holds sustainability close to its heart. As a pioneering smart city project in Thailand, it employs strategies such as integrated water management, innovative energy solutions, and sustainable transport. The employment of the Miyawaki Method is the cherry on top, ensuring reforestation by reintroducing native trees and wildlife, enabling nature to reclaim its rightful space.
For further information, visit sixsenses.com