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Thai Palace on Jumeirah Island

Thai Palace on Jumeirah Island

HANOI, China, January 25th, 2008 Jumeirah Private Island Phuket, an 80-acre exclusive island resort developed by the innovative TGR Group Asia, is expected to open in late 2009 or early 2010 and will provide guests with seclusion, security, and opulence unlike anything seen before in the Asia Pacific region.

Located fewer than 500 meters off Phuket in the Southern Gateway of Phang Nga Bay, the private islands will be administered by Dubai-based premium international hospitality management business Jumeirah.

Featuring 49 residential villas and 105 suite and pool villas amidst tropical gardens and a 101-berth deep-water marina, Jumeirah Private Island Phuket will offer the pinnacle of luxury living.

At a starting price of US$2.8 million, the majority of the homes on the Jumeirah Private Island have already been sold to people who want to make it their permanent home.

Many of the villas and their individual grounds can be tailored to the purchaser's specific preferences. Buyers on Phuket Island can choose from a wide variety of amenities, including a 40-meter infinity pool, a 200-square-meter master suite, a cinema room, spa and sauna facilities, a games area, a wine and cigar room, a study and library, and more.

There is easy beach access from the Jumeirah beach homes, while the sea view villas offer stunning views of the ocean and its many islands. Every property has unrestricted use of the many first-rate Jumeirah-managed amenities, such as the superyacht marina, which can accommodate vessels as long as 70 meters at any time of day or night. There will be four dining options, a bar, a tennis court, and the Talise Wellness Spa, a distinctive amenity at the luxurious Jumeirah hotels. The Jumeirah Private Island will also feature a library with a separate reading area, a business center, stores, and a marina for private yachts.

"We are excited to break ground on this project, which marks a significant milestone in our development plan," said Mr. Dilokpol Sundaravej, Partner and Managing Director of TGR Group - Asia.

"It's not just ground-breaking; it's revolutionary," said Serge Zaalof, senior vice president for Asia Pacific at Jumeirah Group. When it comes to private islands in Asia and the Pacific, no one can match Jumeirah's reputation for excellence in management.

Jumeirah Private Island Phuket will have two 450-meter white sand beaches with views of both Naka Yai and Naka Noi to the north and vistas of the limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay to the west.

Everything possible has been done to safeguard the island's ecosystem. Thermal insulation of all roof structures will reduce air conditioning energy consumption, while double-block cavity walls and double-glazed windows and patio doors will promote thermal efficiency. Only 25% of Jumeirah Island will be built on.

Both a seven-minute helicopter ride and a fifteen-minute automobile trip from Phuket International Airport culminate in a four-minute private motor yacht sail to the resort's own island. Only electric cars can be driven on the island.

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