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Welcome to THE FORESTIAS, the ‘Enchanted Community District in the Forest’, where nature, animals, and humans will live together in a world-first sustainable district for happy, healthy living.

THE FORESTIAS offers every amenity for an upscale lifestyle in a forested neighborhood across 398 rai at Bangna-Trad Road Km 7 with a project value of THB125 billion. Designed with an ‘intergeneration’ concept to build family bonds and connect all generations, the development features 4 distinct residential concepts: Mulberry Grove (Villas & Condominiums), Whizdom Condominiums, The Aspen Tree Residences, and Six Senses Residences.

THE FORESTIAS will be also home to a 6-star boutique hotel, a community and family center, and a host of leisure and lifestyle amenities, including shops, restaurants, markets, offices, community spaces, and 30 rai of forest to explore together.

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PROJECT NAME : The Forestias

Monthly progress : Jul 2021


“The Forestias” has a wealth of trees to enjoy from the moment you arrive. At the entrance you are greeted by huge payom trees (Shorea roxburghii) that line both sides of the road along with Java plums (Syzygium cumini), which feed birds and squirrels.

As you travel further into the forest you’ll find clusters of perennials along your route. You’ll meet rain trees (Samanea saman) and the freshwater mangrove (Barringtonia acutangula) with its distinctive large leaves. The vivid red blossoms of fire-in-the-forest (Butea monosperma) light up their surroundings at the start of the year. Burma lancewood (Homalium tomentosum) and the New Guinea walnut (Dracontomelon dao) both tower into the sky. The monkey fruit tree (Artocarpus lacucha) is easily spotted by its reddish or dark brown bark with its rough surface.

Ta-khian (Hopea odorata) is a large evergreen up to 40 meters tall. Thai blackwood (Dalbergia nigrescens) is a perennial with light gray bark. Tempusu (Fagraea fragrans) grows tall with a round canopy and flowers that stay fragrant all day long. Bahera (Terminalia bellirica) is a medium to large deciduous perennial. Diospyros decandra is a medium-sized perennial that takes 10 years to bear its sweet and fragrant fruit.

In the shade of these trees, you’ll find a host of shrubs with enchanting white, pink, purple, yellow, and red blooms. These plants all provide food and homes for tiny creatures. Honey bees feed on their flowers and ants build nests in their branches. Birds feed on their fruits and build nests to start their families.

The red power puff (Calliandra haematocephala) stands out for its luminous blooms that attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. The dwarf white bauhinia (Bauhinia acuminate) has white flowers that scent the evening air. Flowering all year round, emperor’s candlesticks (Senna alata) is a fast-growing, medium-sized shrub whose yellow flowers provide eye-catching displays. Peregrina (Jatropha integerrima) has pink and red flowers. Achiote (Bixa orellana) is famed for its red seeds used to color food, but its fruit and leaves can also protect from parasites, treat skin diseases, and ease joint problems. All these shrubs ensure that wherever you go you are surrounded by greenery and beautiful blooms.

“The Forestias” takes you into the heart of the forest. Plants of all kinds flourish on every side. Colorful butterflies flit between the fragrant blooms, feeding on their nectar. Birds and squirrels fill the trees. With all this greenery, The Forestias also creates a cooler microclimate. The trees conserve rainfall, which is soaked up by the forest soil, while their canopy protects us from the sun.

Spectacular and delicately scented flowers will bloom at The Forestias from December to February. Each plant brings its special gift. Payom trees, for instance, have medicinal bark. Rain trees form a green passageway welcoming you into the project. These giants are also homes for lac bugs, producing the shellac that was long used for dyeing and treating wood.

The Forestias gathers rare plants and native species from across Thailand. Visitors and residents will get close to nature and learn about its marvels in thriving forest ecosystems. Nature will embrace you from the moment you enter the project, giving you precious memories to cherish forever.


Insects by Ms. RungA-run Onsudjai, Agricultural Operations Officer, Economic Insect Promotion Group situation/100-101Lac.pdf

PROJECT NAME : Mulberry Grove The Forestias Condominiums

Monthly progress : Aug 2020

Preparations are underway to start construction of these exclusive low-rise condominiums with forest views. Drilling to explore the soil is being carried out to enable ground improvement for pilings and construction.

PROJECT NAME : Mulberry Grove The Forestias villas

Monthly progress : Aug 2020

Structural work is underway on these clustered homes, designed to let larger families live close together. System work is in progress at the show units. The clubhouse area is also being completed in preparation for an upcoming visit by important customers.

PROJECT NAME : The Aspen Tree The Forestias

Monthly progress : May 2021

Underground work in progress for
Active Living Condominiums - 62.34%,
Sky Villa Residences - 71.06%,
Health & Brain Center - 36.84% ,
Wellness Club House - 34.76%.
All piling work and soil protection work is 100% completed.

PROJECT NAME : Whizdom The Forestias

Monthly progress : Aug 2020

The condominium project received approved for its Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report on 18 November 2019. The construction permit was received on 13 December 2019. Piling work has now been completed for the entire project.