The area of Hon Thom, located south of Phu Quoc island in the Gulf of Thailand, is now home to a new visitor attraction: The Sky Tower Typhoon Class.

Found next to the longest nonstop three-way cable car in the world, the Sky Tower “Eagle’s Eye”, opened on April 30, offering visitors to the Sun World Hon Thom Nature Park a unique bird’s eye view of the entire island with its impressing nature, beautiful beaches and clear blue ocean waters.

The Sky Tower reaches the soaring heights of 120-metres (393-feet), giving its guests a great vantage point over the horizon.

The tower is aesthetically pleasing in its appearance, elegantly blending into the landscape and fit with a revolutionary cabin design. 

The capsule consists of a full double curved glass window front made of laminated safety glass, which guarantees unrestricted views and a new dimension of viewing. 

The capsule is equipped with air-conditioning, direct and indirect LED-lighting, head-up displays and a high quality audio system. The cabin provides a high profile ambiance and luxury comfort. 

The attraction is open for all visitors and it is the unrestricted, comfortable access that allows all visitors, including guests with disabilities, to enjoy the sky high experience. 

The attraction values its uncompromising safety aspect by being granted its typhoon classification, allowing the tower to safely stand even in cyclones.