Phuket is Thailand’s largest island and a major Asian tourist destination with a well-developed infrastructure catering to visitors from Russia, Europe, Australia and Asia. It's is a growing hub for premium yachting, pristine pearl beaches, and coastline delights that lead to less-visited islands. It is home to the most prestigious regatta, endless beach parties, marvelous diving sites, and world-class golf courses. From luxurious villas to branded hotel residences, Phuket's real estate market has got it all.
Known for its white sandy beaches, Koh Samui is a cosmopolitan paradise, mixing leisurely beach town atmosphere with luxury resort chic. Being roughly quarter the size of Singapore it hits the sweet ‘Goldilocks zone’ of real estate development: not to small to prevent development and sustained growth of property market, not too big as to fall victim to overdevelopment. Local real estate market is mostly represented by boutique villa developments, with many boasting panoramic seaviews you just can't get elsewhere.
Bangkok is many things: the most visited city in the world, regional financial, business and logistical hub, a popular tourist destination. With its bustling nightlife, social and cultural scene, Bangkok offers a dynamic alternative to relaxed lifestyle of seaside towns, while remaining just a couple hours trip away from most of them. It's a mature property market with some world-class projects — however active infrastructure development still provides plenty of opportunities for savvy investors.
Phang Nga is known for its natural beauty - from Phang Nga bay's limestone cliffes to Samet Nangshe viewpoint, from Similans to Ko Tapu it’s a home to many of the most recognizable natural landmarks and landscapes that came to define Thailand. In recent years with multiple high-profile developments, including upcoming new international airport, Phang Nga is firmly positioned itself as the next area to keep an eye on.