KSPP > Overview > Koh Samui Property

We are currently focusing our interest and resources on the profitable venture opportunities in Koh Samui, as we find the island’s tremendous business potential still untapped in many areas. Koh Samui has become a top business and travel destination due to its recent and ongoing development, providing luxury, modern living while also maintaining its exotic charm and the romantic feel of a tropical island.

The island’s breathtaking scenery, amazing beaches and welcoming atmosphere have motivated great luxury hotel groups such as Four Seasons, Six Senses Hideaway, W Hotels, Marriott, and The Conrad to create their very own footprint on the island.

At the same time, the island’s infrastructure is being upgraded. Roads have been radically improved and a $450 million overhaul of a water supply system by the Provincial Waterworks Authority is under way. Bangkok Airways has spent close to $15 million on a small and charming airport and has incorporated business class into the short-hop flights. Its near monopoly on the Bangkok-Samui route and a limited number of flights to and from the island (for environmental reasons) make for a natural curb on overdevelopment.

Due to increased accessibility to key regional and international markets, it is likely that Koh Samui will see a change in the make up of its visitor groups. New direct air routes announced recently will open up access to Samui for high net-worth individuals, particularly from the Middle East, Russia and China.

Samui’s strong push into the branded residential market is cementing its reputation as a new luxury destination.
From an investor’s perspective, properties on Samui are very attractive in the medium to the long term, as the island continues to grow thanks to its idyllic location and constantly improving facilities and services.

Also the significant growth of the foreign community has an important effect on the prices of properties and as the island also becomes more popular for holiday rentals, a robust demand based on yields is likely to take over from outright sales.
Buying property on Koh Samui can be a rewarding investment option, especially compared with Western markets. The choice is surprisingly diverse with everything from high-end super villas and condominiums, to hotels, office space and mixed use commercial.

International and local investors are confident that another boom is sure to follow, as many investors believe Samui will out-surpass the development of Phuket, with a well-established property sector eventually offering long-term security to investors and residents enjoying all the benefits that go with a full-service destination.

The property market on Koh Samui, with its top-10 holiday destination status in the South-East Asia region, offers great opportunities for both capital growth and rental return which paired together makes for the ideal investment.