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Sea Zen Bang Saray

Price: £30,980.00 - £80,980.00 | Price Per Sq. Ft. £75.00

Floor Plans : 
Pool Views
Location Map
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Living Interior
Living Interior
Bathroom Interior
Kitchen Interior
Property Details
Property #
Sea Zen Bang Saray
Property Type
Property Status
Garden, Pool & Sea Views
Area From
27-64 Sq.Mtrs
Parking Type
On Site
Health Facilities
Health Spa
No Of Floors
No Of Beds
1 & 2 Beds
Completion Date Sept 2018

The Project

Sea Zen blends modern architecture and oriental design to provide a serene oasis just steps away from Bang Saray Beach. This unique projects features stunning architecture and the latest designs in one of the most desirable locations in the region.


Unwind in the resort style swimming pool, and soak up the sun at our poolside terrace with pool bar and jacuzzi. Take in the stunning sea and mountain views from the rooftop relaxation area or burn off some steam in the fully equipped fitness centre overlooking the zen garden and resort pool. The project features state of the art security including key card access, sheltered parking, 24 hour security and CCTV. Residents can enjoy the free wi-fi and take advantage of the full management services including maid and laundry services. Just a short stroll form the beach, local park and town centre, Sea Zen offers residents all the conveniences of a beachside resort. Sea Zen makes life easy with our free shuttle service allowing buyers to access the surrounding amenities, tourist attractions and vibrant city of Pattaya.



Just over one and a half hours drive from Bangkokís International airport (Suvarnabhumi Airport), Bang Saray is a tranquil fishing village located on Thailandís Eastern seaboard. Bang Saray offers residents and holidaymakers a living experience like no other. Renowned for itís great seafood and pristine beaches the area is fast becoming the place to be seen. The area is currently growing rapidly with a number of new restaurants, bars and amenities opening daily. There are already a number of luxury housing developments in the area but for the most part Bang Saray retains itís old world charm.


Bang Saray has one of the most beautiful beaches on the Eastern Seaboard. Located 10 kilometers from Sattahip, which is the largest Naval base in Thailand. The Navy sends around 100 recruits to the Village each week to carry out cleaning projects in the area with special attention to the local beaches. Thus the entire beach areas are spotless and food vendors and locals follow the example set by the Navy. Just a few hundred meters from the beach road stands the impressive Bang Saray Temple with its tall roofs and beautifully decorated spires. The whole area is full of lush greenery and open spaces. The area has a range of beautiful restaurants, bars and shops as well as itís own local market selling fish produce and seafood straight from the pier. There are currently two luxury housing developments in the area but for the most part Bang Saray retains itís old world charm.



Rising property values, strong rental demand and increasing investment into the region make Sea Zen the perfect investment opportunity. With 15% capital growth per year over the construction period and steady growth of approximately 10% per year post construction, investors can expect a minimum of 75% ROI over a five year period.


With a proven track record of completed projects, Sea Zen offers a low risk investment with high returns for our clients. Investors can expect significant long term growth as the region is set to go from strength to strength with a number of large scale investment projects in progress and the introduction of the AEC in 2015.


Thailand is currently one of the worldís hottest property investment sectors. With a healthy economy, steady growth and a booming tourism industry.  The region is developing into a world class resort destination with a wealth of opportunities for the smart investor. Investing in real estate is safe and secure and we make the whole process simple and straightforward. Contact us now to speak with one of our investment specialists.


Why Invest Sea Saran?


  • Luxury Development in Bang Saray Pattaya
  • 5 Star Resort style project
  • 100% Freehold & Thai Name Available
  • Studio 1 & 2 Bed Apartments Available
  • Optional Rental Guarantees On Offer
  • Optional Furniture Pack On Offer
  • Prices from just THB1.549 (£30,980*)
  • In house 3 Year 9% Rental Guarantee Available
  • Superb Beachfront Location
  • Excellent quality build
  • Completion Q4 2017



Note: set currency THB Ė Prices Starting From THB1.549m To THBTHB4,049,000



  • Resort Pool set in Landscaped Zen Garden
  • Zen Pool Bar
  • Zen Relaxation Area
  • Fitness Center
  • Children's Play Area
  • Free Wi-fi
  • Free Shuttle Service
  • Secure Sheltered Parking
  • 24 hour Security / CCTV / Key Card
  • Reception / Maid / Laundry & Rental Management Service


 We offer a range of different unit sizes to suit all our clients needs. Our units have been designed to maximise space and create functional areas that provide com for and convenience.


Our unit start from 27sqm and range up to 96sqm. In addition to our standard unit types we can create custom unit types on request. Contact us today to find out more.


Sea Zen offers residents stunning sea views of the surrounding coastline and tropical landscape.

With a range of options including breathtaking sea views, tranquil pool views and serene mountain & garden views.




Payment terms

  • THB20.000 Booking FEE
  • 30% Payable On Contract
  • 50% Till Q3 2018


  • 20% Completion Sept 18


Thai Ownership or Company Name payment terms available on request


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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 wateróthe 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, Thailandís 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 1300-1700ís 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, Thailandís 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.

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