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Intro for UK Visitors,

Welcome to Golden Years Retirement Homes Thailand

 The Land of Smiles

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             Retire in the Sun? How would you like to retire in the sun? And live a life of luxury. It is possible. We would like to tell you about a better life where you don’t fear getting mugged or robbed in your own street or getting broken into.

             Cold and Damp? NEVER! Thailand, where the climate is never cold and damp, the air is clean and fresh, the food is better with so much fresh fruit, herbs and spices. The people more caring. It is deeply ingrained in their culture to respect their elders, unlike the UK.

            Fantastic facility?  We open a retirement home here because the inside of many care homes in the UK have conditions that are quite poor unless you paid a fortune. Here, your savings can pay for a life of luxury, yes luxury, in an establishment more like a hotel than care home. We know it can be daunting, the unknown, but you can give it a try, take a weeks holiday here and find out. It might just be the best thing you ever did.

              Can you afford it? That’s the first question most ask. The good news is that here everything is cheaper than at home, giving you a service second to none. And there are possibilities of 10% return on your savings here. How is that possible you may be thinking? Well, think about China’s growth. The whole of Asia is outperforming the west by a long way. Take India, their GDP has just passed France, ten years ago it was half of France’s, and will soon pass the UK. Even in a basic bank account you get 6%. India’s growth has be predicted to reach 7.3% in 2018 and  China 6.6%. And Thailand is not far behind. How is our country doing? Our Government keep you in the dark. Asia is no longer a risk, it is sound and prosperous.

             What about health concerns? Our facility began as a wellness clinic, has a nurse and various medical equipment, like live on site blood testing, Ozone therapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Etc. as well as various traditional Thai Massages. We promise that you will feel ten years younger.

So if you would like to retire in the sun and live in luxury?

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You can try a weeks holiday here to find out all about the luxury and quality of life you deserve.

We have a Doctor on site who also specialises in natural remedies and diet. If you want to feel fit and healthy again? We have just what you need, try us for a week.

Hotel style bedrooms.


          Are you happy with what is happening to our country? Trying to see a doctor? Or a hospital appointment? The cost of food? Council tax, Government looking after the rich alone? We have our own Doctor. If still unsure take a week’s holiday here and see how much better life can be. You will also feel much healthier as well.

Do you think things will improve in the UK? Who is going to pay for the care of millions?

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Or, read on for the future of UK living.

Facts from Age UK;

There are now 11.8 million people aged 65 or over in the UK. There are now over 15.3 million people in the UK aged 60 and above. 1.6 million people, are aged 85 or over. There are over half a million people aged 90 and over in the UK. 70% of these are women.

There are 14,570 centenarians in the UK, a 65% increase over the last decade. Of these, an estimated 800 are aged 105 and over, double that of 2005.

The number of people aged 60 or over is expected to pass the 20 million mark by 2030  The number of people aged 65+ is projected to rise by over 40 per cent (40.77%) in the next 17 years to over 16 million. The population over 75 is projected to double in the next 30 years

 In England, 36.8% of people aged 65 and over have experienced perceived age discrimination. For those aged between 70 and 79 this figure rises to 37.2%. 60% of older people in the UK agree that age discrimination exists in the daily lives of older people. 53% of adults agree that once you reach very old age, people tend to treat you as a child. 52% of older people agree that those who plan services do not pay enough attention to the needs of older people. 68% of older people agree that politicians see older people as a low priority

 Well, in Thailand you are respected and treated as you should be.

 Do you really want to stay in UK? Read on;

 Effects of winter cold

Over the winter of 2016-17 there were 31,800 excess winter deaths among the over 65s from cold-related illness such as heart attacks and strokes. One third of all the excess winter deaths reported were caused by respiratory diseases – with this figure rising to four-fifths of those over 75.

Based on the ten-year average, this winter 28,600 older people could die prematurely from the cold. That’s over 230 preventable deaths a day. Other much colder countries have much lower death rates in winter than the UK. For instance, in the coldest city in the world (Yakutsk in Siberia), there are generally no excess winter deaths.

There are 15 times more excess winter deaths each year than road traffic fatalities

Hypothermia is rare, but heart and circulatory diseases are the largest causes of mortality in adults over 65 (England and Wales)57 and are particularly affected by winter temperature

 Age UK has calculated that cold homes cost the NHS in England more than £1.36 billion every year. Nearly 1 million people aged 65 and over have had to cut back on food shopping over recent years to cover the cost of utility bills.



There are an estimated 10 million people in the UK suffering from arthritis. Cold and damp weather are no help to this condition. In fact you do not see many Thai’s suffering from this.



Dementia is one of the main causes of disability in later life, ahead of some cancers, cardiovascular disease and strokes, and is the leading cause of death for women in the UK.

There are several types of dementia. The most common are Alzheimer’s disease (62% of all cases of dementia) and vascular dementia (27%).

850,000 people are estimated to be living with dementia in the UK, of whom 808,000 are aged 65 years or over.

By 2025, the number is expected to rise to 1.14 million. By 2051, it is projected to exceed 2 million.



Loneliness & isolation (Updated December 2017)

Loneliness can increase your risk of premature death by up to a quarter. Loneliness can be as harmful for our health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. People with a high degree of loneliness are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s as people with a low degree of loneliness.

Deficiencies in social relationships are associated with an increased risk of developing Coronary Heart Disease and stroke.

Try a week at Golden Years NOW or you will never know….

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