Siam Royal View Opens New Thailand Marina

Siam Royal View is delighted to report our new marina on Koh Chang Thaiand is now open to boat owners. The massive construction project was completed in November and after rigorous testing, has started to receive its first nautical residents after a soft opening.

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Siam Royal View Koh Chang Receives a South East Asia Property Award

This week, Siam Royal View Koh Chang achieved another landmark in what has been an incredible year for the development. At a Gala event held in Singapore’s Shangri-La Hotel and attended by the biggest luminaries in Asian property development, our Koh Chang development was awarded highly commended in the Best Villa Development category. This means that Siam Royal View’s project is considered to be one of the top 4 villa developments in all of Thailand.

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Pattaya and Koh Chang Gearing up for Loy Krathong

While the New Year of festival of Songkran is the most intensely celebrated event on the Thai calendar, there is almost universal agreement that Loy Krathong is the most beautiful. The festival of light is a visually stunning event and leaves people who see it for the first time gasping in wonder. In both Pattaya and Koh Chang, preparations are already being made for the event.

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Thailand Property Awards

On Saturday night, leading real estate developers, architects, designers and realtors gathered at the Dusit Thani Hotel in Bangkok for the Thailand property industry’s most important annual event, the Thailand Property Awards. The event, established in 2006 and sponsored by Ensign Media’s Property Report Asia, is considered the ‘Oscars’ of the industry.

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Koh Chang Golf Course

Siam Royal View’s Koh Chang golf course is the only course on the island. It is not a full size course, but is a nine hole pitch and putt course. The golf course is part of Siam Royal View’s Koh Chang property development ,one of Asia’s most exciting property...

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Siam Royal View Shortlisted as Finalist for two Thailand Property Awards

We are delighted and honoured to be shortlisted as finalists in two of the categories of the 2012 Thailand Property Awards. Siam Royal View is the finalist in two of the Eastern Seaboard award categories, in both cases for aspects of the company’s property development on Koh Chang. The shortlisting for the prestigious awards, sponsored by Ensign Media, are recognition of the hard work of the entire Siam Royal View team and the quality of design and construction at the project.

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Koh Kood and Neighbouring Islands

Koh Kood (also known as Ko Kut) is the second biggest island in the Mu Koh Chang Archipelago after Koh Chang itself and the fourth largest in Thailand. It is also the most southerly island in the group and the most easterly, being very close to Cambodian waters. Koh...

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The Koh Mak Islands

Koh Mak (sometimes spelled Koh Maak or Ko Mak) is the largest of a small archipelago of eight islands south of the much larger Koh Chang. The island of Koh Mak itself os covered here this page gives details on the other islands in the group. Koh Kradad Koh Kradad is...

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Koh Mak Island – Thailand

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The Koh Rang Islands – Koh Chang

The Koh Rang islands consists of a group of 12 islands to the south of Koh Chang and the west of Koh Mak. {timg title:="Koh Rang" thumb:="images/stories/srv/properties/kohchangmarina/marinepark/kohrang10small.jpg"...

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The southern Islands Koh Chang

There are five islands lying of the south coast of Koh Chang. Koh Lao Ya, Koh Lao Klang, Koh Lao Nok are sometimes classified as belonging to the Salakphet Island group, but they lie outside of the bay and are closer to the bigger island of Koh Wai. The fifth and...

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The Salakkok Islands – Koh Chang

The two Salakkok Islands are in the Mu Koh Chang Archipelago Island Guide to the east of Koh Chang lying on approximately the same longitude Laem Sok Point on the mainland. The islands have no outstanding features and the surrounding waters around them are rarely...

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The Salakphet Islands – Koh Chang

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The Western Islands of Koh Chang

For most visitors to Koh Chang, the islands of the Mu Koh Chang Archipelago Island Guide they will be most familiar with are the islands west of Koh Chang; Koh Suwan, Koh Rom, Koh Yuak, Koh Pli, Koh Man Nok, Koh Man Nai. This is because all six of these islands sit a...

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The Koh Mapring Islands of Koh Chang

Koh Mapring is the name of not just one, but five different islands in the Mu Koh Chang Archipelago. It is not therefore difficult to see how this can cause an extreme degree of confusion and as a result, it is always advisable not to arrange to meet anyone on Koh...

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Koh Chang Noi Island Klong Son Bay

Koh Chang Noi is a small uninhabited island on the extreme north-west tip of Koh Chang. It lies about 100 metres off the tip of the Laem Chang Noi cape, which forms the northern side of Klong Son Bay, the home of Siam Royal View, Koh Chang. It is one of two islands...

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Paddle Boarding Comes to Koh Chang

Paddle boarding is a cross between surfing and kayaking. Participants sit, kneel or stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel them across the water. Over the past few years, paddle boarding has gained great popularity and has now arrived at Koh Chang. It can be enjoyed at the water sports activity centre at Siam Royal View in the north west of the island in the beautiful Klong Son Bay.

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Thailand tourism continues digital push with ‘Thailand in Your Hand’

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is continuing to keep ahead of the competition in the use of digital technology to promote the country as a tourist destination. A couple of weeks ago, the TAT has launched its own webpage , making 19 Thailand tourist related phone apps available as free downloads. The apps can be used across a spectrum of digital devices including IPhone, Ipad, Android, Blackberry and Nokia. including IPhone, Ipad, Android, Blackberry and Nokia.

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Koh Chang Hospital and Other Medical Facilities

For many people travelling overseas, the availability of good medical facilities is an important factor -particularly if you stay abroad is for an extended period. Visitors to Thailand’s second largest island will be relieved to discover that on Koh Chang, hospitals and other medical facilities are of a very high standard and good quality care is available in the unfortunate occurrence of an accident or illness. 

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