Plai Laem covers a large part of the north east peninsular from Big Buddha in the south west to Tong Son Bay in the north and across to where it meets Choengmon in the east. It is principally a residential area but includes the famous Wat Plai Laem with its massive statue of the 18-arm image of Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion and the Laughing Buddha statue sitting in the centre of a lake inhabited by voracious Catfish. This is the location of many fairs and concerts accompanied by impressive firework displays. Part of the temple is the famous Big Buddha situated on a man-made peninsular just to the west of the main temple. There are a number of high quality hotels in this area including the Six Senses and Tong Sai Bay. Beaches here tend to be narrow and often fully covered at high tide.
The airport is close by with arrivals 10 minutes and departures 15 minutes away.
This recently competed detached villa is situated in a quiet side road in Plai Laem not far from Wat Plai Laem. Situated in its own walled garden the accommodation is designed for a combination of inside and outside living. It is approached through an automatic rolling gate to the driveway parking and from there to the outside covered dining area adjacent to the pool.
Inside the ground floor is open plan with sliding doors to the pool deck and ceramic tiles throughout. The room is divided into a living area and Kitchen with an island bar with 3 ring gas hob and extractor hood, double bowl stainless steel sink and “Electrolux” fridge freezer.
Open tread feature stairs lead to the first floor landing with Master Bedroom incorporating a bathroom section with twin washbasins, shower and w.c.
There are two further bedrooms with a shared bathroom with wash basin, shower and w.c.
The Living Room and all bedrooms are air conditioned.