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€ 277,000

2 bedroom luxury Apartment for sale in Ban Than Mayom, Changwat Trat




Superb 2 Bedroom Apartment in Koh Chang ThailandEuroresales Property iD - 9824929Property information:This property is a superb 2 bedroom apartment located in Koh Chang, Thailand.This excellent property includes 2 bedrooms which are both furnished with king size beds. The master bedroom also has a beautiful view of the sea.The property also includes 2 bathrooms with separate vanity area and a toilet for the guest living area.Wi-Fi and Cable TV are available in room along with a television.The property has a very spacious living area with a sofa and the kitchen and dining area is fully equipped.The property also has a superb balcony which overlooks the sea.Amenities:ReceptionHotel/Airport TransferFree Wi-Fi in public AreaParkingRestaurantBarPrivate BeachOutdoor Swimming PoolSun BedSafety Deposit BoxesToursWi-Fi internet AccessAbout the area:Ko Chang is an amphoe in Trat Province, Thailand. it is on the Gulf of Thailand's eastern seaboard, 310 km from Bangkok, near the border with Cambodia.Ko Chang (Chang island) is the most notable geographic feature in the district. Ko Chang by itself occupies 212.947 km2. The district of which it is part occupies some 419 km2.Ko Chang means 'Elephant island' and derives from its elephant-shaped headland. Despite the presence of elephants on the island, they are not indigenous. At present, there are eight villages on the is a mountainous island, with Khao Salak Phet being the highest peak at 744 metres. The island is known for several waterfalls, thriving coral reefs, and rainforests.The main settlements on the west coast are around Sai Khao, Hat Kai Mook, Hat Kai Bae, Ban Klong Prao and the fishing village of Bang Bao on the south coast. The island's administrative centre is Ban Dan Mai on the east coast.Ko Chang is home to populations of the stump-tailed macaque, the small indian civet, the small Asian mongoose, 61 bird species, and a number of snakes and deer.The Ko Chang frog was originally thought to be an endemic species, but has also been found on the mainland.



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Published on
20 November 2019

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