Nestled into a hidden rainforest in the depths of Thailand, the Keemala Hotel provides everything you need to live and relax like a native in luxury level accommodations. 38 unique villas were crafted and inspired by traditional Thai heritage and feature styles reminiscent of different indigenous clans. Each cottage includes king size beds, large tubs, monsoon showers, private pools and terraces overlooking Kamala Village and the Andaman Sea. The Keemala Hotel also features an exclusive on-site spa that specializes in traditional Thai body work and healing. Whether you're planning a romantic getaway or a special occasion with friends and family, whether you fancy never leaving the sanctuary of your private pool villa or you'd prefer to get out and experience the Thai social life, Keemala offers you a magical and memorable stay in Phuket.
Keemala Rainforest Hotel
Pohutukawa Six Person Tiny House
The Pohutukawa perfectly captures the essense of living large in a small space. This tiny home on wheels is capable of fitting up to six people, features a double mezzanine and includes other rich additions including 11.5 feet tall ceilings, aluminum-framed French doors and a full kitchen, washer and dryer and queen bed. An entertainment lounge is accessible via ladder as the living space feels extra roomy because of the Pohutukawa's efficient use of indoor-outdoor living. The home sits on a custom made house trailer for easy transport and anchoring. Prices start at $55,000 for the base configuration and are being assembled today.
Parkipelago - Artificial Island Chain
This is a pretty neat find for 'real estate' fans. Fokstrot - a Danish design studio - has started a project called the Copenhagen Islands. The islands are actually man-made platforms that will be daisy-chained throughout Copenhagen's southern harbor to resemble a sort of 'parkipelago.' Each platform will serve a unique purpose: a cafe, a sauna, a diving board, a mussel farm - and as a chain they can support full-featured event space for concerts gatherings and festivals. Using clean design and simple aesthetic, these islands are a smart way to take advantage of the beautiful and abundant Copenhagen waters and attract tourists and locals alike.