MontAzure, the new lifestyle development nestled between the mountains and the sea on Phuket’s Kamala Beach, has celebrated the official handover of its first residences to their new owners.
The milestone was marked with a traditional Buddhist ceremony, giving the residents an auspicious start to their new lives by the ocean. Phrakhru Priyatayanuyu, the abbot of Wichit Sangkharam Temple, led the ceremony with the new owners, MontAzure’s management, including the Vice Governor of Phuket Province. Islamic and Brahman blessings were also performed, reflecting the rich cultural diversity of Phuket.
The ceremonies, which included prayers and the sprinkling of holy water, will help to bestow good fortune, success and happiness on the new residences and their owners, they said.
“This is oceanfront living at its finest, offering a perfect balance of peace and seclusion in a pristine setting, while also being surrounded by world-class amenities. I am delighted to officially welcome our first owners with such an auspicious ceremony, and I wish all our residents a happy and healthy new life at MontAzure,” said Setthaphol Boottho, director of MontAzure.
Twinpalms Residences MontAzure forms part of the landmark 72-hectare MontAzure project – Phuket’s largest mixed-use community, the company said.