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Investment Koh Phangan

The finest Investment opportunity, in the most promising location in the World is offered for sale.

There has never been a better time to Invest in Thailand.
With tourist rates increasing year on year matched by strong GDP Thailand has become the focus of Investment for many National and International Companies and Individuals.

Thailand is known by many as the jewel of the Far East - the friendly and laid back Buddhist nationals, ‘always summer’ climate, amazing coastline, exciting cuisine, rich history and comparatively low cost of living are all factors in Thailand’s rapidly growing popularity with tourists and homebuyers from all over the world.

The remarkable destination of KohPhanganpresents a particular growth investment opportunity.

The two traditional growth sectors of Southern Thailand (Phuket and KohSamui) are now approaching peak on Investment.
Koh PhaNgan has seen rapid growth and property increase over the past 4 years and has potential to enjoy continued growth while other areas remain static.
The growth potential is driven by Koh PhaNgan not only experiencing inward investment by the Thai government, but increased development by the public sector in 5* accommodation and the construction of KohPhaNgan first Airport currently under construction and scheduled for completion by the end of 2013.

Up until around 10 years ago, Koh PhaNgan was relatively undiscovered, it was then the place to go for backpackers and those seeking an alternative lifestyle.
However, all that has now changed and Koh PhaNgan welcomes visitors from Asia, Europe and the Americas in increasing numbers as the beaches and islands are home to some of the world’s most sophisticated and luxurious hotels and holiday resorts. ??
Thailand is an easy hop for the millions of expats living in the region’s financial centers of Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai and Bangkok, so it’s easy to see how the transformation came about. For city slickers living in Hong Kong for example, with the new Airport currently under construction and due for opening the later half of 2013, the picture postcard tropical island of Koh PhaNgan will be only a short flight away, somewhere to go for the weekend, much in the same way as the British or Irish go to Spain or France.

Thailand enjoys a free enterprise economy and its democratic government welcomes foreign investment. Benefiting from good relations with eastern neighbors and the west, Thailand is a leading exporter of textiles, rice, rubber, agricultural goods, jewelry, cars, computers and electrical components to name a few.
In 2012 GDP grew by an impressive 6.4%
The Thai population is enjoying increased consumption and spending with a rising middle class, sales of cars for example grew by 18% in 2010 and the minimum wage was increased in 2012.

Tourism?is a vital part of the economy and Thailand has many exotic and fabulous destinations making this beautiful country a place where dream holidays are made. The friendly and laid back Thai’s welcome guests very warmly. Visitors love Thailand for its tropical 'always summer' climate, palm covered islands, amazing coastline with white sandy beaches, exciting and vibrant cities to explore, world class spas, fantastic cuisine, easy living and cheap cost of living.

Bangkok Airport is currently undergoing extensive expansion and is set to be completed in 2015, resulting in an increase in the airport’s current capacity of 45 million passengers to 60 million arrivals per year. Work is also underway on a highspeed rail link between Bangkok and Kunming in Yunnan province, southern China. This is a joint venture between the Thai and Chinese governments and once completed will provide a rapid method of transport into Thailand which will present huge benefit not only to Bangkok but also to other provinces.

2012 was a record year for tourism and saw tourist arrivals breach the 22 million mark, which was an increase of 15.98 % over 2011. Forecasts for 2013 predict some 24.5 million visitors!
KohPhaNganis a particular tourist attraction as it offers a glorious holiday destination. KohPhaNgan not only boasts beautiful beaches, stunning oceans and idyllic weather conditions, but it also hosts the monthly, world famous FullMoon Party where clubbers from around the world party the night away to the beat provided by only the best International DJ’s.

KohPhaNgan is located adjacent and only a short Ferry ride from KohSamui.
International and domestic flights are currently available to KohSamui and Suratthani, the Province Capital.
However the KohPhaNgan Airport is currently under construction and due for completion the later half of 2013, when daily flights from Bangkok, will be provided by Kan Air.

The property markets in Thailand are simply booming, so here is some important information for those considering investing in Amazing Thailand.

  • Capital: Bangkok
  • Land size: 514,000 km2
  • Population: 66,720,153
  • Climate: tropical, average temperature year round 32 degrees centigrade
  • Economics: GDP rate for 2012: 6.4%


 
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