Royal theme resort Planning in
HuaHin is a beach resort town in Thailand, in the northern part of the Malay Peninsula, some 200 km south of Bangkok. It has a population of 84,883 in an area of 911 km², and is one of eight districts (Amphoe) of the Prachuap Khiri Khan province. Hua Hin is closely associated with the Thai royalty. Thailand’s royal family and especially former kings were the first to set this location on the map as the original seashore destination in Thailand. The 5 km long beach itself is pretty and the sea is relatively clean. Besides just sunbathing snorkeling and swimming, it is the place supporting attractions and activities such as golf, spas, caves, peaks, waterfalls, eco-cruising, kite-boarding, martial arts, elephant camping, Local attractions also includes Butterfly Garden, Pa La-u Waterfall, Hua Hin Railway Station and Hua Hin Beach .
The project is located about 25 kilometers south of Hua Hin, 7 km from Prachuap Khiri Khan county, 4 km from the coastline. The project total land area of 4320
Mu plus future expansion reaching 6000 Mu. It is relatively flat with large pockets of water as streams and lakes and great views to mountains beyond.
Intended to build culture ,entertainment, health care, tourism, vacation, sports, business training and relaxing family reunion paradise. Gateways define sense of arrival and diverse eco-tourism neighborhoods to offer regional and multi-cultural attractions. This is going to be a sustainable ecological urbanism respecting sensitive hydrology, topography and diverse ecological flora and fauna system to harness natural resident energy of the place ( wind, solar geothermal ).
Highlights of Design:
• Phase one 4320 Mu Design (Anticipating Next Phase)
• Phase two 6000 Mu Design (Complementing Earlier Phases)
• Sustainable Design / Respecting Hydrology , Topography, Ecology and Diversities of Plants / Animals, Resident Energy (Solar, Wind, Geothermal, Hydrobiology)
• Integrated Modes of Transportations ( Pedestrian, Bike ways, Tram-Ways, Water-Transit, Buses, Automobiles)
• Global and Local Attitudes in Place-Making, Integrated Design, Ecological Urbanism
• Urban Plazas Expressed by Mixed Uses as Nodes
• GateWays as Landmarks
• Passive and Active Places
• Changing and Growing Diversities
• Golf-Course Natural Expansions, integrated with watercourses
• Diversity of Global Residences accepting changing Ethnicities
• Natural Growth / Dynamic Change /Realistic Phasing
• Diverse Neighborhoods with Distinct Characters