Thailand’s “James Bond Island” Resort Woos Chinese Luxury Buyers

on November 7 2012 | in Real Estate | by | with 1 Comment

lareserve-3-exterior

Chinese visitors from mainland China make up the largest group of arrivals to Phuket with 49 direct flights to the island departing weekly from China. It’s only natural, then, that Royal Phuket Marina (RPM) is pushing its properties to some of the richest investors in the world; namely, the Chinese.

RPM showcased its newest condominium development, named “La Reserve Residences” at the Beijing International Property Exposition in September. After RPM’s Royal Villa, and the award-winning Aquaminium condominiums, this is the company’s third phase of development.

RPM properties seem to have it all: rooftop pools, an anti-aging institute, and beautiful vistas of Phang Nga Bay and its world-famous “James Bond Island.”

RPM promotes a Mediterranean-style of living, including tennis courts, boating facilities, and spas, that are becoming increasingly attractive to overseas investors who are seeking investment homes, retirement properties, and holiday sites.

The La Reserve Residences feature forty one- and two-bedroom condos within two condominium blocks. International Realty Times reports that one-bedroom condos range from 49-63 square meters with en-suite bathrooms, fitted kitchens, and balconies. Two-bedroom condos are of 83-140 square meters with en suite bathrooms in both master and guest / children bedrooms, spacious kitchens, and generous dining areas. Ground floor units enjoy private wraparound tropical gardens, while the upper units enjoy views of the bay.

Additionally, RPM has a fourth property known as Triplex Penthouse. The largest of the properties, it features the most outlandish amenities, including a drive-in yacht garage, as well as rooftop garden measuring 235 square meters. It boasts panoramic views of the other RPM properties and Phang Nga Bay, as well as an infinity edge swimming pool.

photo credit: rpm

Related Posts

One Response to Thailand’s “James Bond Island” Resort Woos Chinese Luxury Buyers

  1. bernd r wehn says:

    fine, looks like a colony … with a weak architectural style.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

« »

Get Your Copy of the June 2015 China Consumer & Retail Monthly

Follow Us

Daily Updates By Email



Latest Posts

Scroll to top
x