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The Omega attraction is highly praised by sites and visitors around the world and is one of the ten most recommended attractions in Thailand.
The original Omega trip became famous thanks to the “Gibbon” company from Chiang Mai and Pattaya, but if you can not reach this attraction in Chiang Mai or Pattaya, do not worry – you can also go to it in Phuket.
About a 20-minute drive from Patong Beach, is an exciting and safe Omega site that will take you on a journey between the tangled treetops and green vegetation.
Before you get on the omega, you will receive a detailed briefing and training on a low test cable – and you will be ready to go.
During the activity, you will be hitched to the main cable, between 28 stations that will show you the beauty of Phuket’s forests.
Although the site is not recommended for those who have a fear of heights, the rest has nothing to worry about: you can control the pace of the Omega, from a slow and relaxed cruise to a fast and adrenaline-filled flight.
The attraction is a very memorable experience and is recommended for all ages: for young children, adults and families with children. (Anyone over a meter tall and weighing no more than 125 kg can climb on the device.)
The Omega trip meets the highest and most stringent safety standards, according to international standards.
It is recommended to arrive with closed shoes and to be equipped with sunscreen and mosquito repellents.
Thailand Holiday Group offers you to book tickets for the Omega Trip in Phuket at a cheaper price than booking independently.
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