First Pillar In. Building Grand Marina Pranburi.

July 9, 2018, was a landmark day as a Groundbreaking Ceremony was held in which the very first pillar of Grand Marina Club & Residences project was installed into the ground.

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Opening of our site office

The Grand Marina Club and Residences Pranburi | Sam Roi Yod has officially opened our site office on 28th April 2018. The official opening started with a traditional Buddhist blessing ceremony followed by a Thai-Norwegian style lunch. We’d like to thank all agent partners who joined and celebrated this occasion with us. The rain on that day made the weather a little bit cooler in this summer time.

Come visit us and enjoy the stunning view of the coastline stretch and the fresh sea breeze connected with a natural water channel – a very unique natural landscape in a unique location.

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Land preparation ready for commencement of the construction

Now that the land preparation is complete, we will commence the 1st piling ‘Sao Eak’ on 8th July 2018. Stay tune and keep yourself posted on the development of our project. Remember we offer 6% cash back | 6% rental return net | and solid resale value!

Price to go up 5% from 1st July 2018

The Grand Marina Club and Residences Pranburi | Sam Roi Yod announces 5% price increase for all units, effective 1st July 2018. Contact us today at sales@grandmarinapranburi.com or call us at +66 32 511 987 – 88 | Mobile: +66 92 318 2448 for a guaranteed investment opportunity!

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‘Thailand Riviera’ wins cabinet seal of approval

A proposal to turn a stretch of coastline southwest of Bangkok into a “Thai Riviera” was approved in principle by Thailand cabinet. The government plans a high-end tourism campaign in the western coastal provinces which it hopes will boost income among locals in the region. The cabinet also approved in principle 45 projects with 170 million baht from the fiscal 2019 budget. All of them are small projects to support community tourism.

Infrastructure projects will also be developed to connect the Gulf of Thailand with the Andaman Sea while the government is currently in the process of developing ports to connect provinces around the Gulf.

The Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Somkid said “The development of the ‘Thailand Riviera’ is also important for the building of the high-speed train from Bangkok, the terms of reference for which should be this year. The Transport Ministry has already started the construction of the double-track rail route from Nakhon Pathom-Hua Hin-Prachuap Khiri Khan and Chumphon.”

Source: https://www.bangkokpost.com/business/tourism-and-transport/1423502/thailand-riviera-wins-cabinet-seal-of-approval

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