A 35 rai piece of heaven building land with its own beach and stunning 360 degree vista views of the ocean and PhiPhi Island
Kantiang Bay Area, Koh Lanta, Krabi
Plot Size: 35 Rai all
Beachfront: 400 Meters
This seafront land plot is approximately 35 Rai (56,000 sqm) in size and occupies the land between the ocean water line and the Island’s main road. The waterside is a gradual cliff overlooking the sea plus a private beach. The land stretches from the end of Klong Hin Beach along an exclusive seafront headland that ends at the beginning of Kantiang Bay. The plot rises from sea level to a plateau with stunning 180 degree views of the sea at the front of the land and 180 degree views of virgin, mountainous jungle on the back side of the property. The plot is currently covered with large trees and jungle with a basic road that leads to two villas,both of which are 60% completed. The site has ideal land contours for uncomplicated, trouble free building. The very generous sea frontage in proportion to the land size gives the land a larger than average percentage of land-tobeach
ratio. The plot would suit all types of development from 5 star boutique resorts to residential house and condominium developments and possible retail developments on the road frontage.
LOCATION: KANTIANG BAY AREA, KOH LANTA, KRABI
LAND PAPERS: CHANOOT
SIZE (APPROX.): 35 RAI, 56,000 SQM, 13.8 ACRES
OWNERSHIP: THROUGH BUYERS THAI COMPANY
KRABI AIRPORT: 75 KM
BIG C / KRABI TOWN: 85 KM
BAAN SALADAN: 10 KM
ROAD ACCESS: 1 ROAD
ROAD FRONTAGE: 250 M
WATER SUPPLY: STREET
LAND USAGE: COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL, RESORT, MIXED USE.
ASKING PRICE: UPON REQUEST
ABOUT KOH LANTA
Thailand’s 4th Largest Island
Part of an archipelago of 52 Islands and a protected National Marine Park, Koh Lanta is the 4th largest Island in Thailand, and the last to be developed by the government for tourism and Expat living. In recent years infrastructure has been updated continuously and the local government is apparently learning from the mistakes made in other resort regions of the country, such as Phuket, Koh Samui and Pattaya. There are numerous development controls in place as the majority of the island is a protected National Park. Currently a Bangkok-derived initiative is ensuring that this land will remain as it is. Therefore, Koh Lanta and the surrounding area, with its abundance of mature trees and forest, will remain the tropical
paradise it is. The largest “town” on the island is called Ban Saladan and is situated on the northern tip of Ko Lanta. It also serves as the final destination port for all passenger ferry boats from Krabi Koh Phi Phi and Phuket and has a good mix of sea food restaurants, souvenir shops, banks
and supermarkets. Many of the tourists that flock to the island also come by vehicular transport – private car, taxi and minibus . Koh Lanta Yai is accessed from the mainland via a journey of two regular vehicle ferry boats – the first ferry boat is a 15 minute crossing from the mainland to the island of Koh Lanta Noi (protected by national park and wildlife conservation). Then a short 5 minute drive on good tarmac road across Koh Lanta Noi takes you to the second ferry boat which makes the 10 minute crossing from Koh Lanta Noi to Ko Lanta Yai. Permission and funding have already been approved by Central Government for the start of the first stages of two permanent bridges linking the mainland to Ko Lanta Noi and Koh Lanta Yai which will make the island easily completely accessible by road.