Focus on Phuket Island

A tropical island similar in size to Singapore, Phuket is much more than just a spectacular holiday destination — it is now home to literally thousands of expats who have found the tropical climate, stunning vistas and international standard facilities very much to their liking.
There’s a wealth of recent and new property development on the island, with a wide range of choices, from 10,000 baht-a-month rentals to multimillion-dollar sea view villas. Much of this development has taken particular care to blend in with the outstanding natural scenery, complementing, rather than blighting, the environment.
Phuket’s tourism development has also brought many advantages to expats who have made Phuket their home, with international restaurants of all varieties, multiplex cinemas, supermarkets and department stores to guarantee that all the comforts of home are at hand. The island’s tropical climate means residents can enjoy Phuket’s championship golf courses, tennis courts, acclaimed sailing and diving grounds, exciting watersports and natural wonders all year around.
Phuket’s state-of-the-art telecommunications, world-class schools and hospitals, and its
international airport, with direct flights to major Asian and European capitals, make moving a business or family to paradise an absolute pleasure, which is why so many have decided that Phuket makes the ideal home.
Much of the high-end development for the international market over the last 20 years has been along Phuket’s western coastline, particularly between Bangtao and Patong, and near to the island’s most popular tourist beaches and resorts. However, with land prices along this stretch now very high, developers have begun to look at other areas of the island. Of particular note are the recent announcements of new million-dollar home developments in Kata, Chalong, and Cape Panwa. Large, expansive developments are also planned for the east coast, overlooking scenically magnificent Phang Nga Bay.

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