by Low Lai Chow in New Eco on Tuesday 24 December 2013

The Sunland Baobab in Limpopo, standing at 72-feet tall, is one of the oldest trees on Earth. Its extraordinary 155-feet girth hides rather spacious interiors — the trunk naturally hollows out after a thousand years. The owners of the land the tree stands on actually fitted out a cosy pub within the trunk so that 15 people can sneak in for a cool tipple at a go. Now this has got to be one of the most remarkable watering holes in the world.

Via Inhabitat