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SALA to Open Khao Yai Resort this Month

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On 16 November 2009 a new SALA resort located in picturesque Khao Yai, Thailand, just a 2 hour drive outside of Bangkok, will open for business.

 The sala khaoyai is the 3rd SALA property in the country after the SALA Samui Resort and Spa, and SALA Phuket Resort and Spa.

Consisting of only 7 private guest rooms, villas and suites, 4 of which have their own private swimming pool, sala khaoyai is the first property of a new, ďsmall exclusive boutique propertyĒ brand for the group.

Perched on a scenic hilltop above the lush, green Khao Yai countryside, sala khaoyai has been made even more lush and green by the planting of over 5,000 new trees on the site. All rooms have breathtaking views across the gently sloping hills and valleys of beautiful Khao Yai.

Inspired by natural surroundings, the resort design combines modern facilities and amenities with an abundance of natural materials which produce a country style feeling with a hint of safari atmosphere. All Pool Villas and Pool Villa suites also have fireplaces for those chilly, but romantic evenings.

The resort will also offer an enchanting sala hilltop restaurant and bar, with panoramic 360 degree views
of the surrounding area, and featuring the chefís private vegetable garden, where a variety of organic
vegetables and hot local chillies will be grown and served fresh daily.

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