Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Celadon Villa in Koh Samui, Thailand

 Combining cutting edge architecture and luxurious interiors, Celadon is perched on a secluded hilltop high above the Gulf of Thailand. With far reaching views across to neighbouring islands Koh Phangan & Koh Tao and breathtaking sunset vistas over the Ang Thong Marine Park, Celadon is the epitome of modern tropical living.

This villa has the ability to provide the best comfort with peaceful amenities and close to the nature impression. It is also overlooking the attractive and immense Bang Por Beach. In order to reach the area, you may need to take 15-minute drive from Bophut Fisherman’s Village and 25-minute drive from the airport and Chaweng. On the other hand, the Samui is a 40 minute flight from Bangkok and can also be reach with direct flights from Hong Kong, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Talking about the luxurious interior of the said villa, it has 4 bedrooms, 4 ensuite bathrooms and a fascinating infinity pool. The first and second bedroom includes a double bed, ensuite bathroom and a terrace. While the third and fourth bedroom composed of the 2 twin bed, ensuite bathroom and a private terrace.
Additionally, this villa offers great amenities and features as well. This has a Wi-Fi connection, sound system, blu-ray player, satellite TV, iPod dock and a bar. Besides it has a sunken seating area where you can relax while reading the newspaper and your favourite book. And of course it has a fully equipped kitchen, too. The table tennis area in the interior also offers a terrific time to bond with the rest of the family. Most possibly you are now excited to see more of the other features of this Celadon Villa we mentioned here. Why don’t you take a look at the indoor and outdoor area of this surprising and captivating Celadon Villa

1 comment:

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