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Irish investors sought forThailand development

Colliers Jackson Stops, in conjunction with AKA Resorts, is seeking Irish investors for a new development in Thailand.

21st January, 2006

Colliers Jackson Stops, in conjunction with AKA Resorts, is seeking Irish investors for a new development in Thailand. Known as Guti Kiri, the scheme is located in the Hua Hin area and is a five star monastery-style resort with 95 duplexes and villas.

The units are set within 25 acres of tropical landscaped gardens around two and a half hours from Bangkok airport and ten minutes from the centre of Hua Hin. The resort is also...

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