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Sensational Sea View Land For Sale on Lamai Hillside


Beautiful sea view land for sale, where your villa could be built in the lush surroundings of the Samui Reef View village.  Boasting great views and a relaxing environment, it’s location is perfect for ease of access to beaches and the nightlife of the nearby township of Lamai, close to the action yet tranquil for the quiet times. What could be more desirable?  The answer is “nothing” contact us now to secure your piece of paradise!

Lamai is a beach on the southeast coast of Ko Samui, Thailand.

The southern third of the beach has the widest strip of sand, is the best for swimming, and has the most nearby eating and drinking and shopping options.  On the nearer end it is packed with beach chairs and tourists occupying them, though on the far end near Hinta Hinyai it is much quieter and better swimming. The more northeasterly part of the beach, beyond the bridge into Old Lamai over the lagoon of the now-blocked-by-new-sandbar Lamai River, the water doesn’t get deep enough for swimming until you’re quite some distance out.  The farther north you go along the beach, the narrower and quieter the beach becomes, eventually becoming rocky towards the headland, though some very fancy resort clubs and spas are in that area.

Samui Reef View Village is located on the hillside, commanding panoramic views of the sea and reef.  The ever changing sea view is both relaxing and enthralling, a perfect location to build your dream holiday home.

The North Lamai area, which begins north/east from where Lamai Beach Road meets the Ring Road (where there is a MacDonald’s sign as a landmark), flanks this more northerly beach and has a nice atmosphere, and a prominent landmark in the form of the Buddy Oriental Resort and its tower and modern plaza; many nice small restaurants and shops line this stretch, and is very different from the tourist-commercial core of Lamai Beach Road, or the old Thai town near the temple. A lot of Lamai is away from the tourist area on the other side of the Ring Road, and also hidden within back roads in the triangle between it and the busy touristy strip, and has nice residential areas mixed with small stores and stall-eateries worth walking or exploring by bicycle. A road leads up from that area over the low pass to Maenam on the north side of the island.

Beyond that beach, through a small commercial area on the Ring Road where a large modern IT Center building is, and just before the Ring Road heads up the mountainside towards Chaweng, is what is acclaimed as the best swimming beach on Samui. Properly known as Hed Thongthakien, it is usually referred to by the names of either of the two last resorts before the road goes up the hill: Crystal Bay or Silver Beach. Other than those two, there are four or five others on the beach or immediately adjacent to it. Also in North Lamai, a side road leads out onto the point separating Lamai Beach from Hed Thongthakien, with some cheap places to stay, some restaurants with amazing views of Lamai Bay, and two very private deluxe major resorts, one of which, the Banyen Tree, has its own private cove and beach similar to Hed Thongthakien.