Blue Tree Phuket, the multi-faceted entertainment destination situated in Cherngtalay, has recently reopened to the public on the hugely-popular tropical island of Phuket.
The 1.5-billion baht leisure development on Phuket’s west coast is a favored choice with locals and tourists alike searching for a stimulating, but relaxing, experience.
Sustainability is the foundation of Blue Tree, with its stunning design that has taken key environmental factors of significant importance into consideration.
There are a wide variety of amenities to visit at the massive complex, including their exclusive, four-story Tree House Restaurant and Beach Lounge.
You can also make the most of the walking and jogging trails, kid’s clubs, retail stores, lifestyle outlets, and a playground with family-friendly activities. All of the facilities are strategically located along a huge 17,000-square-meter lagoon.
Now is a great time to visit Blue Tree Phuket as they have just come out with their current ‘Great Outdoors’ promotional campaign, allowing guests to explore the natural, open-air surroundings that exist beyond the vicinity of the Blue Tree Lagoon.
The program of activities runs from now until the end of November, giving you a chance to visit the venue’s skate park, mountain biking zone, obstacle course and pump track, whilst enjoying your day out at the Andaman coast facility with your friends or family.
Managing Director of Blue Tree Phuket, Daniel Steinke, has explained that the campaign was created by the leisure attraction’s team to “create a buzz and serve the local Phuket market, especially families with kids with the school break period coming up.”
Besides, the promotion aims to attract tourists from all over the Kingdom, encouraging them to travel again under Phuket’s Sandbox scheme or other government projects, including the Rao Teaw Duaw Kun and the Tour Teaw Thai initiatives.
Blue Tree have also commenced a virtual charity run called, ‘Blue Tree Wing Tae Jai’ where participants can run anywhere, anytime around the park. The proceeds of this online event will benefit the remarkable Krau Look Rueng charity.
Krau Look Rueng is a charity project created to give support to children from the three southern border provinces, allowing them the opportunity to grow their careers and providing them with the tools to create productive, sustainable lives.
You can register for the event until the end of October at: https://bit.ly/Runforthem2021
Blue Tree Phuket also invites youngsters to partake in its School Holiday Camp, geared towards children ages 5-12. Such programs, which allow kids to do activities during the school break while learning about Thai culture, last 3-5 days and are entirely flexible.
Registration has already opened. The first camp shall take place on October 15th-16th, while the second camp is scheduled to run from October 19th-23rd, and the last of the gatherings shall be happening between October 26th-30th at Blue Tree Phuket.
Also, on October 30th, the new Blue Tree Skate Park kicks off with its soft opening and skating competition, hoping to attract a mix of beginners and intermediate skaters.
Blue Tree Phuket also offers many other activities and events at the lagoon, such as the upcoming Ninja Warrior Competition, Under Water School Break and Mermaid Class.
Customers can find more information at: www.bluetree.fun or call: (+66) 76 602 435