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Sri Panwa reveals modern tropical life in Phuket, Phang Nga

Legacy Phuket Gazette



PHUKET: The family powerhouse behind Charn Issara Development Public Co Ltd is launching new developments at Phuket’s breathtaking Cape Panwa and another just over the bridge on Natai Beach in Phang Nga.

The two projects are part of a series of 11 new developments throughout Thailand, announced CEO Songkran Issara, along with his sons Vorasit and Ditawat, on February 7 at Sri Panwa Phuket Hotel in Cape Panwa.

The second phase of Sri Panwa Phuket Hotel – costing 800 million baht – will be complete in November.

“We are targeting both Thai and foreign markets. Our aim is to be the leading contemporary tropical retreat in Asia. About 40 per cent of our customers last year were return guests,” explained Mr Vorasit.

The second phase, with 20 pool-suite units and 30 penthouse units, will be situated facing westward, offering unadulterated views of Cape Panwa as the sun falls behind the hills below Big Buddha every night, explained Mr Vorasit, Sri Panwa’s managing director.

“Each unit has its own infinity swimming pool and offers all the comforts of modern luxury living,” said Mr Vorasit.

“The suites are located just steps away from the new Baba restaurant and Cool Spa.”

The going rates for a 70sqm pool suite in the second phase of Sri Panwa will be 21,000 to 28,000 baht per night, and 32,000 to 46,800 baht per night for a penthouse.

“There will not be many difference between the two phases, but we have chosen a brighter color palate for the second phase. It has been designed in the same signature Sri Panwa contemporary tropical theme,” said Mr Vorasit.

“The new pool suites and penthouses offer accommodation of the highest quality, maximum privacy and superior service.”

About 20 minutes north of Phuket International Airport – just far enough for a weekend away from Phuket – will be Baba Beach Club, on a 180-meter-long beachfront at Phang Nga’s Natai Beach.

“The 3.02-billion-baht development, set to open next year, has a modern tropical design which is unique, luxurious and comfortable. The private villas will be situated in the jungle of Phang Nga with brilliant views of the Andaman Sea,” Mr Vorasit said.

The Baba Beach Club has 16 beach-club-style hotel rooms; six five-bedroom beachfront villas; 36 two-bedroom pool villas; 28 one-bedroom pool suites; 68 1-bedroom suites; and eight two-bedroom penthouses.

The project will offer facilities including a beach club, community mall, bar and restaurant, fitness center, swimming pools, parking, 24-hour reception services, security and house-keeping services.

“Besides the private villas and on-site facilities, we will also offer guests a wide variety of additional activities, such as yacht charters, golfing, shopping, boat trips to nearby islands, safari adventures, canoeing, elephant trekking, horseback riding and hiking,” explained Mr Vorasit.

“Baba Beach Club is designed so that our customers – both buyers and renters – can experience the best of Phang Nga, both jungle and sea.”

— Chutharat Plerin


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