AquaSamui is a boutique property development featuring 44 luxury private pool villas designed by award-winning architect Gary Fell – recipient of the World’s Best Architecture award at the 2011 Bloomberg International Property Awards. This unique collection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom villas, set in the hills on south Thailand’s island Koh Samui, is highlighted by panoramic views over world famous Chewang Beach and the Gulf of Siam.
Each villa has a modern and minimalistic design that makes outstanding use of an open-plan floor layout. The unique appearance and atmosphere is also enhanced by the blend of modern characteristics and the natural surrounding elements and scenery. The buildings structure combined with the lighting, floor to ceiling glass panels, rooftop water features and individual private terrace certainly contribute the the overall wow factor and experience.
Koh Samui is Thailand’s third biggest island and has now become a leading tourist destination due to it’s exotic surroundings, white sandy beaches, world famous beachfront restaurants and numerous cultural activities, all of which are in close reach from this outstanding project.
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AquaSamui Phase 1 was launched in January 2013 and sold 10 of the possible 11 total villas in just 50 days. After such an impressionable initial success AquaSamui was awarded Asia’s Best Resort Residences 2013 from Property Report and also Development – Multiple Units (Thailand) category at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2013. With the Phase 2 villas also having huge success within the Koh Samui real estate market Aqua has soon become a hot topic for anyone seeking property investment opportunities in villas for sale and rent.
AquaSamui’s rise to popularity as Thailand’s hottest selling property project comes as no surprise to the develop whose pre-planning focused on optimum design, premiere location and use of quality building materials. Also, their approach of offering ‘freehold’ land ownership for each villa and an affordable price strategy played a significant role.