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Resort Six Years In The Making

Category: Hotels, Posted:31 Aug 2015 | 06:00 am

Property developer Chris Gordon has a great reason to rejoice given the connection of a permanent power cable between Phuket island and Koh Maphrao.
Having pioneered the resort and residential project The Village at Coconut Island, Gordon who was with Sunsail previously has had the arduous task of getting connected to the mainstream power grid.
At long last, after many stops and stops, both Koh Maphrao and Naka Yai have been graced with a power connection from PEA.
For Gordon, he certainly is not going to miss the sound of generators which kept operating costs high and is now able normalize his resort operating costs.

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