Monday, September 29, 2008

Dubai Islands - Jasmine Gardens – The World

Dubai Islands - Jasmine Gardens – The World

The 5 star residential island resort, the Jasmine Garden, will be built on the Thailand island of The World and reflect the inspiration of customary Thai architecture. The resort will have 9 seashore villas, 10 water villas, 56 studio suites, and 56 one-bedroom attic units.

Breathtaking sea views with luxurious modern Thai style comprise the Jasmine Garden. The resort constitutes studio suites, one bedroom semidetached loft suites and four bedroom water villas. Beach villas take pleasure in a private beach at the same time the water villas have their own private wharfing capability. The building complex itself is set among beautiful Thai gardens with cascading water texture, lagoons and attractive beaches.

Richly selected, all properties of the Jasmine Garden have spacious accommodation decorated with conventional Thai trappings, including natural stone floors, teak decks, bamboo screens and high arched ceilings. Properties include the Intelligent Home System, 5 star interior furniture and equipment, private gardens and direct wireless contact, as well as a caretaker.

In the middle of the Jasmine Garden resort is the world class spa spread over an area of 2000 m². It is scattered over two floors and amenities include dual treatment rooms, a perpetuity pool, saunas, dive pools and a respite area dominating the sea. Qualified and trained staff render a diversity of conventional Thai interventions, kneads and medical care.

The World Islands are a gathering of artificial islands formed on the Dubai coast. It will have 300 small private non-natural islands alienated into 4 classes that are private homes, estate homes, dream resorts, and community islands. Each island will be between 250-900 thousand square feet in size, with 50 to 100 metres of water amid each island. It will wrap a total area of 9 kilometres in length and 6 kilometres in width. An elliptical breakwater will encircle the main island development. The means of transportation between the islands will be by water or air.

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