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Your tropical island Thai Home
Your Tropical Living Thai Home on Ko Samui Island Thailand
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About this photo :
This birds eye arial view photograph was taken using a remote control helicopter with the camera mounted to it.
I recently visited one of my favorite places in Thailand to enjoy the islands many relaxing venues for a few days of just relaxing near the beach side to enjoy delicious Thai gourmet food fresh from the sea.
My taste in food that is fresh, colorful and appealing to the eyes and senses. And most importantly the menu must contain plant based whole foods that support good heath and wellness. Not to mention very affordable ,clean and friendly and to top it all off a close up panoramic view of the aqua marine sea is an added bonus.
You may think this is really a tall order for any restaurant to make, but I can assure you from my many travels, that these kinds of restaurants far and few between do exist around the world and one of my favorite places is on the island of Ko Samui Thailand . This wonderful Thai seafood restaurant, is just outside this photo shot and just a short drive to the beach to get there.This food and beverage place, is simply called “The Beach Restaurant”. This popular restaurant among the Thais and Expats is family owned and has been around for many years serving Thai vegetarian delights with seafood of your choice. One of the main reasons that I moved to Thailand 15 years ago was to experience the tropical island living,Thai culture ,the beach comber life style, and of course the many exotic and Delicious Foods of Thailand.
This paradise resort island is famous for tropical leisure, Health Spas, Whole Vegetarian cafe style restaurants that serve Thai, European ,Mediterranean, Chinese, and other international menus. The island is agricultural ,with fresh sea food, with a thriving art and crafts cottage industry. Ko Samui Island is located on the East side of the country on the golf of Thailand with faery boats connecting to the main land.At the North end of the island is the international airport.
Today Ko Samui supports an island loving tourist trade , with high speed internet, and boat loads of the islands main cash crop coconuts that are exported to the mainland.
The island attracts international investors , business owners, and people looking for a retirement place to enjoy for their tropical island lifestyle living pleasure. For my self I considered living in Ko Samui or Phuket Island where I now presently live. It was a difficult decision for me to make as I loved and enjoyed my stay on both islands but as we all know we cant be in 2 places at the same time . So when I do have the chance I take the opportunity to island hop over to one of my favorite islands in Thailand Ko Samui Island for some Rest, Relaxation and to reminiscent some of my earlier days with friends ,to enjoy Thailand’s second largest island just after Phuket.
Amazingly the island is surrounded by around 60 other smaller islands ,of natural marine beauty,including a Marine Park named Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park of 42 islands in total.
Ko Samui has International Hospitals and Schools , with good infrastructure, and Government offices for Visa, Business, Architects, Construction Engineers and Builders,and Hospitality Industries.
Events and Festivals on Ko Samui island :
Events and festivals include the annual Buffalo Fighting Festival ,that is a traditional culture with the Thai Locals and the animals are not harmed what so ever, with a blessing by the monks, applying holy water over the buffalos . Each buffalo is adorned with colorful ribbons and gold painted leaves.
Ten Stars Samui Art Party: All over the island hosted by monthly at resorts , retreats, and public places, artists from all over the island and the country will exhibit their paintings ,sculptures, works of art ,and will include artist musicians to entertain you . Good food , music and art is a great combination at this wonderful event.
Every year in May the whole island holds their annual bowling event for all bowling lovers and spectators to enjoy.
Avis Samui tennis open attracts tennis players and enthusiasts from all corners of the country and world.
The Fisherman’s Village Festival is a 5 day event every year that celebrates even more fun with good food,and music for your enjoyment of culture and island celebration.
Samui Regatta attracts boats Yachts and racing craft from all over the world.Its an international event.
The ease of living on the island with its natural tropical beach surroundings make Ko Samui Island in Thailand an attractive place for people looking for a good location for retirement.
For myself I have worked and lived all over East Asia ,and South East Asia and I finally chose Thailand to be my home.
Does Ko Samui Island intrigue you like it does for so many others ?
Looking at the photo shot at the most southern tip of Koh Somui island you can see the oceans edge with
1 Pendleton Place House
Constructed in 1860 by architect Charles Duggin for William S. Pendleton, this exceptional house is a rare surviving example in New York City of a High Victorian picturesque villa incorporating elements of the English Rustic and Swiss Styles. Designed to complement its hillside site, which commanded views of New York and New Jersey, the house features a dominant tower and multiple porches. It is richly embellished with decorative details and is surmounted by a complexly-massed gabled roof, which is set off by overhanging eaves, exposed rafters, open work brackets, decorative trusses, and several prominent chimneys. Born and trained as an architect in England, Duggin immigrated to New York City in 1853, where he became a prominent designer and developer of residential architecture. This house was published twice, in 1862 and 1869, in the Horticulturalist magazine, the journal which helped popularize picturesque designs in the United States. This house and Duggin’s earlier house at 22 Pendleton Place (c. 1855, a designated New York City Landmark), are considered to be his best-known works Both were part of a complex of seven houses designed by Duggin. William S. Pendleton, a prominent businessman who together with his brother John had established the first commercially successful lithographic firm in the United States, moved to Staten Island around 1845 where he served as president of the North Shore Ferry Company and invested in real estate. The 1 Pendleton Place House was initially leased to stockbroker Thomas M. Rianhard and in later years was occupied by members of the Pendleton family. From the mid-1920s to the mid-1940s the house was owned by William Wirt Mills, a prominent journalist and political leader, who served as Tax Commissioner for the Borough of Staten Island and later as Tax Commissioner for the City of New York under Mayor LaGuardia. The present owners have undertaken a careful restoration of the house and received an award from the Preservation League of Staten Island in 2005.
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Development of New Brighton
Located along Staten Island’s North Shore, New Brighton was one of the earliest planned suburban communities in New York City. Thomas E. Davis, a Manhattan real estate developer who between 1834 and 1835 acquired the triangle of land extending along the North Shore from the Quarantine Station and Richmond Turnpike to Sailors’ Snug Harbor, initiated planning for an exclusive and fashionable summer retreat named New Brighton after the famous English resort favored by the Prince Regent. The earliest buildings in New Brighton, five Greek Revival houses along the shore road, renamed Richmond Terrace, were built in 1835 (only 404 Richmond Terrace, within the St. George/New Brighton Historic District, survives). In 1836, a mansion which Davis had erected for his own use at the southwest corner of St. Peter’s Place and Richmond Terrace became the nucleus of the large and elegant Pavilion Hotel, built to the designs of the Philadelphia architect John Haviland (demolished). In April 1836, Davis conveyed his New Brighton property (minus previously sold houses and lots) to five New York businessmen who formed a corporation, under the name of the New Brighton Association. One of the five investors, George A. Ward, wrote a prospectus on behalf of the association extolling the advantages of New Brighton, noting its "proximity to the great commercial mart of the western hemisphere, … beauty of location, extent of prospect, and salubrity of climate, …unrivaled in this country." In 1836 and 1837 the New Brighton Association began grading streets and building retaining walls on the steep hillside site. A number of development parcels were sold. Ward built a remarkable concrete-block castellated villa on Richmond Terrace at Franklin Avenue (demolished). John Havilland designed houses for banker Joseph L. Josephs and merchant Joseph M. White (both demolished) and an enormous (unexecuted) terrace of houses that would have been located near present day Hamilton Avenue.
The financial uncertainty following the panic of 1837 slowed development for a few years. In 1842 the New Brighton Association was reorganized under new ownership. By the end of the 1840s, New Brighton had developed into a fashionable summer resort with several major hotels and facilities for bathing, boating, fishing, and sports. The mammoth Pavilion Hotel attracted many famous visitors and offered a rich social life of balls, concerts, and lectures. Development was largely concentrated near Richmond Terrace, where elegant free-standing mansions lined Richmond Terrace between Nicholas Street and Franklin Avenue. A few villas were also erected further inland on the hills overlooking New York Bay. Three private schools, two churches (St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church of 1844 and Christ Episcopal Church of 1849), and a factory with