You Can Soon Walk Over A “Sea Of Mist” In Thailand On The Longest Skywalk In SE Asia

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Ai Yerweng Skywalk in Thailand to open EOY


longest skywalk in asia ai yerwengImages adapted from: Yahoo, The Nation

There’s a brand new tourist attraction in town, and we can’t wait to see it in action. This is the Ai Yerweng Skywalk located in Yala’s Betong district, which is a 61-metre skywalk located at an altitude of ~600 metres.

This allows visitors to enjoy a view gobsmackin’ of a “sea of mist” right beneath their feet.


Longest skywalk in southeast Asia



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This skywalk is believed to be the longest in southeast Asia. It’s slated to open at the end of the year, and is almost “77% complete”, says Melissa Yotkhayan, a tourism developer at Ai Yerweng Subdistrict Administrative Organisation.


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The skywalk aims to attract both local and foreign tourists to the district while also creating job opportunities for locals.


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Artist’s impression of the completed skywalk
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“Villagers can also earn extra by renting motorbikes to tourists,” said Aree Noochoosuk, the chief administrator of the organisation.


Another reason to visit Thailand


Betong is a district in southern Thailand that’s near the Malaysian border, which makes it popular with tourists.

sea of mist ai yerweng tower
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Ai Yerweng is already famous for its sick views of the “sea of mist”, which visitors can enjoy at Ai Yerweng Tower at sunrise and sunset.

ai yerweng tower views
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So if you’re planning your post-lockdown holiday to Thailand, be sure to add this to your list of places to visit!


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