With the ability to completely cut off its guests from the real world, Thailand’s Samujana has become a popular destination for those wanting to reallyget away from it all
Whether you make a living acting in Hollywood blockbusters, selling-out rock concerts, or commanding your own business empire, every now and again there comes a need to just get away from it all. You would think finding a quiet place to stay would be simple for those with millions in the bank, but judging by the amount of papped celebrity holiday snaps on showbiz blogs, locating that secluded paradise isn’t all that easy.
Set in a lush, green hillside on the North East coast of Koh Samui (Thailand’s third biggest island), the Samujana Villas have been designed to cosset their guests in unmatched, unabashed and unaccountable luxury. The development’s relatively isolated location, combined with world class, in-villa amenities and some of the most beautiful outdoor spaces in the country, make it an ideal family getaway for the rich and famous. [To be continued...]
Unabashed and Unaccountable Luxury
Thailand’s Samujana Villas on the North East coast of Koh Samui, Thailand’s third largest island is popular amongst for those seeking to escape and luxuriate.
With their ability to completely shelter guests from the outside world, twenty five secluded villas offer the perfect escape to those bent on hedonism. Little wonder it is favoured by those who make a living acting in Hollywood blockbusters, performing rock concerts, and overseeing business empires.
Set atop a lush, green hillside the Samujana Villas offer unmatched, unabashed and unaccountable luxury. The development’s relatively isolated location, combined with world class, in-villa amenities each with its own maid and manager, come with a personal Experience Manager who arranges everything a guest might request. Locally there is plenty to keep guests thoroughly occupied and so it becomes an ideal family getaway for those who seek to enjoy some of the most beautiful outdoor spaces in the country, [To be continued...]