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Layan Tara Villas, Thalang, Phuket, Thailand | Asset of Aspiration


28800 sq.m. total area

41 individual Villas

Private Pool


24/7 Security

Project highlights

Layan Tara is comprised of 41 units of 2 to 3 bedrooms pool villas in various styles. Each of these villas has a view on its private swimming pool which is the perfect place to relax under the sun on the sundeck.

The project is very conveniently located near Layan Beach and the Laguna area,

It’s the best area to find shops, restaurants, bars and community malls. It offers an easy access to Phuket international airport, and many attractions in Phuket within a 10-20 minutes’ drive.

Available Villas for Sale or Rent

You can view all our available offer by visiting “our units” page.

Property and Land Taxes

Land and building owners may be subject to annual taxes imposed by the Local Development Tax Act or the House and Land Tax Act.

The Local Development Tax Act imposes tax on land that is not exempted by the Act.

Exempted land includes land used by government and public organizations, and land with a structure that is subject to the House and Land Tax Act.

Generally the Local Development Tax rate is very low.

F.A.Q (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Are foreigners allowed to own land?
According to Thai law, foreigners are prohibited from purchasing freehold land and not more than 49% of the shares in a Thai limited company that owns freehold land under the company’s name. However, foreigners may own a building distinct from its land, such as a unit in a condominium.
2. How can foreigners own land in Thailand?
The safest and easiest methods for circumventing the law prohibiting foreigners to own land include using a leasehold agreement or setting up a Thai limited liability company.
3. Can Thai nationals buy real estate in their name and then execute an agreement that the land is held for a foreigner?
This is a dangerous approach because it is technically illegal under Thai property law for a Thai national to act as a nominee on behalf of a foreigner to purchase real estate. Therefore, the agreement may be problematic and/or illegal. It is sensible to consult an experienced real estate lawyer in Thailand for the most suitable and best available options.
4. Do you have to register the land lease at the Land Department?
The land leases that are longer than 3 years must be registered at the Land Department.
5. What is the maximum lease term available?
The maximum lease term is normally 30 years with an option for an extension of 30 years and a further 30 years after that. Each lease renewal must be registered at the local land office. Land for industrial purposes may be leased for up to 50 years by a foreign company under certain circumstances with a possible lease extension of a further 50 years.

Where to find us?

How to contact us?

Drop us a quick word!

Reaching Layan Tara Villas is easy and we will be glad to show you around.

You can contact us by phone, fax, email, messenger apps or online.

Your satisfaction is our priority!


215 Moo 4 Baan Don Kok-Tanode Rd.,
Thepkrasattri, Thalang,
83110, Phuket


Mobile: +66 (0)87 282 8118

Land-line: +66 (0)76 274 454

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Business Hours:

Mon – Sun: 09:00–17:00