Introduction of development
Dara Sakor is located in the Gulf of Thailand, which is free from natural disasters such as storms and tsunamis. One year on the Golden Tourist Corridor. Stardream Coast is located in the heart of the Dara Sakor Sea, rich in natural resources, reflecting the lifestyle of the Pacific Mangrove Park and striving to become a cultural tourist destination, a dream world, a happy water city.
The Stardream Coast has skillfully polished the "3 + 1" functional group, covering the three main cultural and tourist areas of the ecological resort, cultural tourism and scenic areas, creating a unique beach life experience area. The main loop of the resort area is planned with vehicles, the "Green Belt" corridor, half-pedestrian access in the future, and three major transport links of the suburban landscape connecting the entire area.
Stardream Coast offers a wide range of villas and patios and apartments while simultaneously supporting large-scale commercial parks and strolls in the natural environment. The commercial park showcases the wonders of mangrove life in the form of creative tree houses and a mangrove viewing platform overlooking the sea, plants, landscapes are deeply integrated with tourism, business and leisure and the surrounding water element.
All residential buildings are well decorated and baggage checks sent to courtyards and balconies (partially) with swimming pools, fitness centers, swimming pools and other low-cost recreation areas.
The theme of the seven stars with the full moon of the resort area and the entire residential area, concentrating on creative spaces, squares, beach features, Xing Meng screenings, cinemas, banquets, cafes, Southeast Asian dining, specials, spas, bars, clubs, commercial streets. The bars and bars on the first floor form a starlight theme. The shop front windows and street designs are designed with a variety of styles and a combination of Chinese and Western star lighting designs that enhance the night view.
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