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Infinity Samui

Price: £441,366.00 - £944,000.00 | Price Per Sq. Ft. £270.00

Floor Plans : 
Penthouse Interior
Dining Interior
Bedroom Interior
Bathroom Interior
Beach Bar
Club House
Property Details More Information
Property #
Infinity Samui
Property Type
Property Status
Sea Views
Area From
1625 - 3475 Sq.Ft
Parking Type
Health Facilities
Health Spa
No Of Floors
No Of Beds
1,2,3 & Penthouse
Completion Date Jul 2009
Technical Spec


Having won Thailand Property Award 2009 for Best Condo Development (Samui), InfinitySamui is not only an ideal holiday home destination, it is also an excellent sound investment while being a truly lifestyle property.


InfinitySamui is an exclusive and sophisticated low-rise, low density luxury apartment project. Comprising of just 67 stunning properties of 1, 2, 3 and 4 up to 7 bedrooms, InfinitySamui gives a superior quality resort lifestyle and great investment opportunity for its residents. All the units have access to a swimming pool, while the designs are boldly modern, maximizing functionality and space, as well as optimizing sea views and the natural light.


The unique location along the hillside to the Maenam beach renders residents a peaceful island living and unbroken, panoramic ocean view – yet only 15 minutes from Samui International Airport, which is serviced by Bangkok Airways and Thai Airways, providing extensive local and international flight connections.


Conceived as an enclosed, private domain with round the clock surveillance to maintain the utmost privacy and security, Infinity Samui will be operated by InVision Hospitality as a 5 star boutique hotel under ‘Infinity Lifestyle Destination & Spa’, by our professional hospitality team. Full facilities and services are on board such as Beach Club, wellness spa, fitness, squash courts, room service, housekeeping etc. The Santiburi golf course is only a few steps away from the development.


Opening in May 2010, our apartments could be your superb investments, with reliable exit strategy. Well-underpinned by the island’s strong tourism industry, the rental returns and capital gains are expected to grow further on a back of shortage of truly high-end supply on Samui and the region.





  • Samui Island is rated as one of Top Ten Best Islands in the world by Conde Nast Traveler UK 2009.
  • InfinitySamui is an award-winning project, a new luxury apartment and enjoys exclusive hillside location and hotel standard operation.
  • All its tastefully modern-designed 67 units take unobstructed panoramic ocean views and have access to either public or private pools.
  • The 40-metre beachfront facilities will include a swimming pool, a bar and a restaurant, surrounded by pavilions.
  • The full 5-star resort facilities include gym, spa, clubhouse and Beach Club, featuring cutting-edge bar and restaurants.
  • Superior technical specifications.
  • Various international direct flights including from Hong Kong, Singapore and China.
  • Only 20 minutes from Samui International Airport and downtown


Investment Offering


Leasehold totaling to 90 years and beyond where all units owners will be subscribed certain number of shares of the land-owning company.


Hotel Rental Programme by InVision Hospitality


o                    Annual Profiting Sharing over unlimited participation period

o                    Complimentary use of 30 days annually

o                    No additional management and maintenance fees

Off Plan Payment Term


o                    100,000 THB  Reservation Fee

o                    35% upon signing of the sale/lease agreement (30 days after Reservation)

o                    65% upon completion (In phases starting now with overall completion in March 2010)


Product Offering: THB 19,630,000 – THB 73,450,000 for unit size 151 – 565 Inclusive of furniture package and transfer fees


Why invest infinity Samui
  • Pre-Launch Luxury Resort Investment
  • Leasehold Ownership According To Thai Law
  • Located Thai Island Of Koh Samui
  • Annual Profit Share Scheme  
  • Strategically Located
  • 24Hour Estate Security
  • Complementary 30 days use per annum
  • Flexible Interest Free Payment Plans


    Note: set currency Thai BAHT - Prices Starting From THB21,140,000 To 45,220,000 -THB13080 Per Sq.Ft

  • Features & Benefits


    • Aiming at creating an ultimate resort style living, Infinity Samui is a gated low-rise luxury development, on the hillside with access to the private beach.
    • Enjoying spectacular ocean views, Infinity Samui offers 65 apartments of one, two, three and four bedrooms, nestled in a peaceful landscape of palm trees and greenery. All have access to swimming pools.




    • Samui is an island situated in the gulf of Thailand, as part of Suratthani province, only one hour from Bangkok International Airport.
    • Infinity Samui is located in the hillside Mae Nam district, the private and quiet northern shore of Samui Island.
    • 15 minutes from Samui International Airport and the downtown.
    • The renowned Santiburi Golf Course is next door.
    • Samui has exhibited an average capital appreciation of 15% p.a during 2003 – 2007.


    Property Management Services


    Professional estate management team will be appointed on-site to provide the following services;  


    o 24-hour estate security system


    o Building exterior maintenance


    o Pest control


    o Management and cleaning of common and swimming pools


    o Landscaping


    o Building accountancy


    o Engineering services, management of common facilities, etc.


    • The monthly management fee is THB 45 per sq.m.
    • The sinking funds are THB 100,000 – 200,000 according to unit types.
    • Amenities and Additional Services
    Rental Programme and Letting Management


    • Other facilities available on the estate are squash courts, massage and spa, fitness, sauna, etc.
    • Hotel standard services include restaurant and bar, housekeeping, laundry, room service, catering baby-sitting, limousine transfers, etc.


    Legal Ownership


    The development is offered with a leasehold structure in combination with a subscription to a certain number of shares in the Thai company which owns the land underneath the property and leases the land to the different owners of the property.


    This structure ensures investors the optimal control over the land-owning company.


    The land lease is of an initial term of 30 years with two additional terms of 30 years if contractually agreed. This structure offers far more security to the lessees of the land as they are shareholders of the Thai landlord company.




    The Kingdom of Thailand, previously known as Siam, is situated in the heart of Southeast Asia with Bangkok as the capital city.  It shares a border with Cambodia to the east, Laos to the northeast, Myanmar to the west, and Malaysia to the south.  Thailand, with its shape resembling a head of an elephant, is around 198,114 square miles, or roughly the size of the state of Texas.  The Kingdom borders two bodies of water—the Gulf of Thailand to the south and the Indian Ocean to the west.



    Thailand is divided into four natural regions: the north, northeast, the central plain, and the south. The north is a mountainous region comprised of ridges, natural forest, and deep, narrow alluvial valleys.  The northeast is an arid region characterized by a rolling surface and undulating hills.  Central Thailand is a lush, fertile valley and possesses the richest and most extensive rice-producing area in the country.  The south is hilly with thick forests and rich deposits of minerals and iron ores.  The southern region is also the centre for rubber production and the cultivation of other topical crops.



    Thailand has a warm, tropical climate affected by a seasonal monsoon. Thailand experiences a rainy season from June to October and a dry season for the rest of the year. Temperatures average 75 to 92 degrees Fahrenheit, with the highest temperatures occurring from March to May and the lowest appearing in December and January.



    There are conflicting opinions of the origins of the Thais.  For several decades, Thais were presumed to have migrated 4,500 years ago, from what is now the southern part of China.  Recently, however, new pre-historic artefacts from the Ban Chiang era were discovered in northeast Thailand, questioning the previous theory.  These artefacts include evidence of bronze metallurgy dating over 3,500 years, as well as other indications of a far more sophisticated culture than any previously founded.



    As of 2003, the population of Thailand stood at around 64.2 million, about 8 million of whom live in the capital city of Bangkok.  The largest ethnic minority is the Chinese.  Other ethnic groups present in Thailand include Malays, Cambodians, Vietnamese, and Indians.  The official language, spoken by almost 100 percent of the population, is Thai. Thai is a tonal, uninflected, and predominantly monosyllabic language borrowed from Khmer, Pail, and Sanskrit.  Chinese and Malay are also spoken in some areas, while local dialects are common in rural communities.  English is widely spoken in Bangkok and other major metropolitan areas.



    Buddhism is the faith of approximately 95 percent of the population.  Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, and other faiths are also openly practiced and protected under the Constitution.



    Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia that has never been colonized.  Its government structure has undergone gradual and practical evolution in response to the changing environment.  Since 1932, Thailand has been a constitutional monarchy, with a king as head of state and a parliamentarian form of government.  The bicameral parliament is composed of 500 representatives and 200 senators.  The Prime Minister is selected from the members of the House of Representatives.  Furthermore, Thailand is divided into 76 provinces, each administered by appointed governors.  Appointed governors administer 75 of Thailand's 76 provinces.  Bangkok, the 76th province, is administered by an elected governor.


    Prior to 1932, Thailand’s political history can be summarized into three chronological kingdoms: Sukkoth, Ayutthaya, and Rattanakosin. The Kingdom of Sukhothai (1257-1378) adopted the paternalistic system of government, where the King had absolute power and reigned over his subjects, paying close attention to their well-being.  The succeeding Ayutthaya Kingdom during the 1300-1700’s inherited extensive Khmer traditions and customs, including a system of government based on the concept of divine rights.  The Ayutthaya period also brought a strong centralized government characterized by a clear division between civil and military administration.  The final Rattanakosin Kingdom was established in 1767 with Bangkok as the capital.  The Rattanakosin Kingdom adopted the Ayutthaya system of governance.  Three centuries later, King Rama V, who reigned in the late 19th century during the threat of colonialism in Southeast Asia, reorganized the central, regional and local administrations. This restructuring formed the basis of Thailand's present governing system. 


    There are three key components of the Thai governmental structure.  The first and foremost is that His Majesty the King is the head of the armed forces and upholder of Buddhism and all other religions.  The constitution provides that His Majesty the King is a sacred and inviolable person.  His sovereign power emanates from the people.  Furthermore, His Majesty the King exercises his legislative power through the parliament, executive power through the cabinet headed by a prime minister, and judicial power through the country.  The monarch is empowered with the right to be consulted, the right to encourage, and the right to admonish warnings whenever the government fails to administer state affairs for the good of the people.


    The second component relates to the legislative branch.  The first constitution was a cautious document that created a bicameral National Assembly with two categories of members: the House of Representatives (the lower house) and the Senate (the upper house).  Under the Constitution, the Prime Minister is the head of government and the chief executive.



    During the 57 years of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's reign, Thailand has enjoyed enviable economic growth.  With a predominantly agrarian base and a sophisticated and a growing manufacturing sector, Thailand’s economy is well-diversified.  Thailand possesses a developed tourism, agricultural, manufacturing, minerals, and telecommunications industry.  It also embraces the latest technologies.


    Another reason for Thailand's successful economic recovery is the increase demand for Thai export, which rose by 16 per cent in 2003.  To meet this figure, the Kingdom has actively sought new markets for its exports while strengthening its traditional markets in the United States, Europe and Japan.  Furthermore, the Government has been pursuing free trade agreements (FTA) with several countries, including Australia, Bahrain, China, India, Japan, New Zealand, Peru, and the United States.


    In conclusion, the Kingdom of Thailand is a country blessed with political stability and economic prosperity.  The Kingdom, a society that is also free, cohesive, and open, remains one of the most attractive places in the world to visit and conduct business.


    Payment Schedule:


    Non-Refundable Reservation Fee of THB 100,000


    Off Plan Payment Term:


    • 35% payment upon contract and 65% payable at construction completion


    Deferred Payment Term


    • Only 40% payment required upon construction commencement and 10% during completion
    • Deferred payment term for the remaining 50% within flexible time plan of 1, 3 and 5 years


    Construction Date: October 2007 – Quarter 3, 2010





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