For many, apartments and condos are preferable to owning a villa, or any type of standalone property. Foreigners can own units outright, which is a major advantage. Other benefits include purchasers being able to get more indoor space for their money, with shared outdoor areas often larger too. Investing in a unit property also means less maintenance hassles too; especially beneficial for property purchasers looking for a second home or rental property and who are not resident or living close by.

Phuket has been experiencing a recent condo boom too, with some high-end developments creating the most magnificently upscale tropical lifestyle experiences. The price tag on these living spaces is competitive, whilst the most sought-after homes are bought and sold quickly, meaning real estate advice is vital. With choice can come uninformed decision-making and property experts can cherry-pick the best-of-the-best.

In Thailand, there is a strong culture of apartment and condo living and a preference for these types of holiday lets too. Whilst many of the facilities may be shared, the most high-end condos have the most exquisite pools, gyms, and outdoor space. Given that the Thai island lifestyle is all about enjoying the open air and being outdoors, these facilities make all the difference when deciding on what type of property to buy in Phuket. Being part of a community has a strong pull too, especially for those with young children or new to the island.

Particularly in recent times, Phuket has experienced an upsurge of luxury development. leading to greater numbers of spacious condos with communal areas that are designed with modern discerning owners in mind; persuading many that now is the time to buy real estate in Phuket.


Selling Price 491,294 USD
Kamala, Phuket, Thailand
  • 1-3
  • 1-2
  • 70 – 400m² Lot Size