HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 3 August 2021
- KYOI Group, a luxury lifestyle investment platform, announces its
launch into the Hong Kong market, with its first portfolio resort in Koh Samui,
KYOI Group provides an
alternative take on property investment that coincides with the tourism
industry's current pent-up demand for travel and wellness. A result of
long-term travel restrictions and luxurious getaways, KYOI Group's first
beachfront resort provides its prospective investors an unprecedented
opportunity rarely made possible in the market.
Reinventing the dated vacation home investment
model, KYOI Group provides an all-encompassing holistic lifestyle investment
with intrinsic investment value. KYOI's property rental programme offers its
members perpetual stay in pristine locations across Asia with additional
benefits to earn passive income as a result of their initial investment. Membership will also afford unlimited access to more than 20 KYOI Group
properties in the pipeline, located in the best destinations in Asia.
With an initial
investment amount of USD500,000 to KYOI Samui, the return is estimated at 7%
within the first 2 years of operations. The first resort in Samui successfully began its build with a
groundbreaking ceremony in July and is set to be completed and opened by the first
half of 2023.
To further pursue KYOI Group's momentum is
founder, Jackson Tan, who draws from his 25 years of expertise in leading
high-growth business ventures, such as his effective expansion of the Adhesives
Research's market presence in Asia. "We have already committed to 4 properties
in Thailand, but our overall focus is to expand across Southeast Asia," said
Each KYOI Group property will be designed with its own themes and will
be equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. Investors and guests can look
forward to an all-encompassing ideal lifestyle where the
height of luxury living meets a holistic wellness philosophy, and is deepened by
purposeful connections with a like-minded community.
Centered on authentic human-centric experiences and individual fulfillment,
KYOI Group offers highly personalised touchpoints and an unmatched experience
for each valued guest.
Plans for the Hong Kong-headquartered KYOI
Group are to build and operate more than 20 resort properties across Asia's most
sought-after holiday destinations. Envisioned as the embodiment of a life
in perfect balance, the platform has been conceptualised alongside the three
main pillars of living, enjoying, and giving - bestowing every
individual with an opportunity to build their preferred lifestyle, forge
invaluable experiences and find their purpose.
offered at the resorts will be using local produce with an aim to support local
communities and cultures. When investors and guests are enjoying and refreshing
their lifestyle and ultimate relaxation, you are also contributing to sustainable
development of the local communities at large. This is essentially the backbone
of KYOI's concept," added Jackson.
Co-piloting the first project
is also KYOI Group's own Samui-based Architect, James Atkinson, and
Construction Manager, Christopher Willison. Jackson and the team's combined
decades of international architectural
flair, infrastructure development, and business acumen will be the cornerstone
of the group's foreseen prospects.
James Atkinson adds,
"The resort will feature Japanese-inspired landscaping and interior design with
145 rooms of a minimum of 70m2-sized suites. Pockets of outdoor pools and lush
greenery will expand the island's natural verdure for a fully balanced,
While the world continues the battle against
COVID, the tourism industry is seeing a trend in pent-up demand for local and
outbound tourism. As an attempt to jump-start the local economy, the Thailand
government has been promoting tourism programmes, such as the Samui Plus. The
programme which started on the 15th July, has allowed up to 1,000 inoculated
tourists to visit Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao. This demonstrates a slow
but promising start to set the stage for the future of post-pandemic tourism in
For more information
about KYOI Group and its offerings, visit https://www.kyoigroup.com.