Careful consideration was taken in selecting the location for the Zenithy project. The development is not only centrally located on the island, but strikes a strategic balance in favor of access to the airport, the finest shopping and dining, schools, entertainment, and, of course, beaches.
The new Phuket International Airport terminal and remodeled domestic terminal are an easy 14km drive from Zenithy. As a world-renowned vacation and leisure hub, direct routes from Phuket to major hubs around Asia and beyond depart daily. Additionally, a convenient electric smart bus system will be launched in the near future.
Residents will find no shortage of options with many recently opened shops and more added all the time. Local favorites include the Porto de Phuket open-air collection of retail outlets and restaurants as well as the lively Boat Avenue complex boasting a variety of cafes, restaurants, clothing and furniture shops, an international supermarket, and more.
Should you want to diversify your home’s décor, several shops including Quattro Home Design, MUDI, and the Barbecue Shop are nearby and provide a good start.
Luckily few things are taken more seriously than food in Thailand as evidenced by the expansive and diverse local culinary options.
Locals can tap into their inner foodie with a diverse range of flavors including Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, French, Spanish, seafood, eclectic fusions of all sorts, and, of course, a spectrum of Thai food in all of its splendor and glory.
You’ll discover favorites like the imaginative Thai-fusion creations at Suay restaurant, fresh lakeside Italian at Bocconcino Phuket, and tasty tapas and wines at Tatonka. Classic quick Thai street foods abound like noodle soups (kwaytiow), chicken and rice (khao mon gai), and pre-made dishes (khao gaeng) are easy to find. When you can’t be bothered to cook nor leave the house, food delivery services like Line Man and Food Panda will bring your favorite restaurant to your door.
In Phuket there’s rarely a dull moment and one can nearly always find a lively scene. Several beach clubs like Catch Beach Club, Café del Mar, HQ, and Xana regularly host international DJs, throw themed parties, and offer other entertainment like fire shows and dance troupes. Nighttime revelers will enjoy plenty of other venues for drinking, dancing, and socializing like the popular Soul Shack, Brew Bridge Craft Beer Bar, and Grapevine Wine and Cocktail Lounge.
One of the foremost features which draw so many to this little piece of paradise is its strips of golden sands that dive into the clear azure waters of the Andaman Sea.
Zenithy’s closest beach is the yawning bay that includes Layan, Laypang, and Bang Tao beaches. Layan lies at the edge of Sirinat Park and is a low key local favorite for Sunday afternoon picnics. For years Laypang was undeveloped save for a few sandy beach restaurants, but it has begun to awaken with a few trendy pop up bars and restaurants.
Other notable features around the neighborhood include several spas and massage parlors, the Laguna 18-hole golf course, Canine Point Academy, Ma Doo Bua Café, Blue Tree Waterpark and shopping complex, and much more.